Aslak Aamot Kjærulff will present at Data-Nation, an event in the context of this years Techfestival in Copenhagen.

The aim of the event is to interrogate how open data and the open source movement is reshaping both the means of production and management philosophy, and demanding a new role of the public sector in creating the city. What does this mean for our established institutions, financial structures and social cohesion? Is it possible for the public sector to adapt? If so what will be the necessary infrastructure, working methods and business models to make it happen? What are the best emerging examples of this in the world, and what can we learn?