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Guest speakers discuss the effects of digitalisation on a public lecture series

How does digitalisation affect business, society and security? What ethical questions are raised? Join our public lectures to hear top speakers from the industry and institutions discuss the hottest issues on digitalisation
Aalto University / Verkkoturvallisuus ja -luottamus / photo: Aki-Pekka Sinikoski

How does digitalisation affect our everyday life, business, society and security? What ethical questions does digitalisation raise?

Aalto University will organise a series of public lectures that will focus on different aspects of digitalisation with its possibilities and threats. Guest speakers are experts and leaders in their fields, including Chief Digital Officer Katri Harra-Salonen from Finnair, Advisor of Digitalization Aleksi Kopponen from the Ministry of Finance and CIO Mikko Vastela from the bank and insurance company LocalTapiola.

You can join the lectures on Aalto University Otaniemi campus on starting from September 17. Each lecture can also be viewed either via a live stream or at a later time online. The lectures are open to everyone free-of-charge. Participation does not require signing up in advance. The lectures will be held in English.

See the detailed schedule here.

The hashtag for the lectures is #aaltodigi.

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