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Transformation through AI: How intelligent may public administration be?

In light of the fact that rapid technological progress and digital innovations by artificial intelligence do not stop at our administrations. The 9th E-Government University Day is now focussing on the highly relevant topic of the modernization and digitalization of our administrative landscape. What challenges do we face and how can we tackle them?

Together with our partners, we have developed a varied programme of presentations that will provide insights into the design of AI-driven digitalisation programmes and IT solutions for administrations and shed light on their specific use.

The programme which will be moderated by Rainer Ullrich, CEO of Public Consulting Rainer Ullrich GmbH & Co. KG, is accompanied by a presentation of current students’ projects.

Admission is free of charge, however registration is necessary. Please note that the presentations and discussions will be in German (translation available).

We look forward to welcoming you to Kamp-Lintfort on the 7th of November 2024.

Timo Kahl, Professor of Business Informatics
Tobias Siebenlist, Professor of E-Government
Frank Zimmer, Professor of Computer Science and Mathematics

Faculty of Communication and Environment, Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences


About the Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences

Innovative, Interdisciplinary, International

Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences, with its two campus locations in Kleve and Kamp-Lintfort, is a university that is both deeply rooted in the Lower Rhine and connected to the world. Our some 7,300 students, who represent altogether more than 120 different nationalities, breathe life into our state of the art classrooms and lecture halls, our libraries, language courses, canteens and residence halls.

We currently offer 25 bachelor’s and eleven master’s degree programmes in fields spanning the scientific spectrum, including engineering, technology, economics as well as social, natural and health sciences.

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