Governance E1

Data & Platforms

Presented by Klemens Himpele, CIO, City Vienna | Cyril Hollenstein, Client Technology Lead Public Sector, Microsoft Schweiz| Fabian Schenker, Customer Engineer Data & AI, Google Cloud.

Moderation: Stephan Haller

11.30 - 11.45 h 
Digitisation in Vienna
Klemens Himpele, CIO, Vienna
How can the “most liveable city in the world” use digitisation? How can life be simplified for citizens and entrepreneurs? Where does Vienna use artificial intelligence and what do we mean by “digital humanism”?
The challenges facing the city administration are enormous. They are unmanageable without IT. The CIO of Vienna offers insight: Where does Vienna, a city with a population of two million, stand? Where does it want to go? And how does Vienna do it?

11.45 - 12.00 h
ChatGPT and the AI will do the trick... it only needs the right data...
Cyril Hollenstein,
Client Technology Lead Public Sector, Microsoft Schweiz
Since the meteoric rise of ChatGPT, DALL-E &Co (or strikingly "artificial intelligence"), the world seems to have turned completely upside down. With the breakthrough of powerful data models and algorithms such as those of OpenAI, the statement "data is the new gold/oil" takes on completely new dimensions. In addition to a brief outlook on concrete disruptive use cases that will change our everyday life in the (very) near future, the short presentation focuses on a fundamental homework for every data-oriented organisation: data governance. What data actually exists in my organisation? What am I allowed to do with it? How do I have to protect it? "Once-only approaches", "data economies" or "open government data" will only really come to life when every organisation has taken care of its data-related duties itself. We show in a practical way how this can be implemented within an organisation strategically, organisationally and technologically. 

12.00 - 12.15 h
Rich on data, poor on information – sustainable digitisation for data-driven
Fabian Schenker
Customer Engineer Data&AI, Google Cloud
Although there is often a lot of data available in public institutions, only rarely has added value been seen from it so far. In this piece, the experts at Google Cloud will show you how knowledge can be generated from data and how to create added value.


Speakers (3)

Klemens Himpele

Klemens Himpele

CIO, City Vienna

Cyril Hollenstein

Cyril Hollenstein

Client Technology Lead Public Sector, Microsoft Schweiz

Fabian Schenker

Fabian Schenker

Customer Engineer Data&AI, Google Cloud

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