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Paper Session 5


Thursday, 4 April 2019 | 10:30 - 12:30 | RMIT University


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Track 5: Emerging Technologies, Information Security, Privacy, and Ethics

Emerging technologies provide new and relevant avenues for e-Government delivery and participation. Blockchain, big data, artificial intelligence, and virtual reality are some of the new technologies that provide a platform for innovative solutions that tackle key challenges. This track is meant to explore such technologies and how they deal with information security issues, privacy, and ethics.

 

ACCEPTED PAPERS

  • Commitment on data privacy towards e-governance: The case of local government units by Vicente Pitogo
  • A Framework for the Adoption of Blockchain Technology in Healthcare Information Management Systems A Case Study of Nigeria by Irene Azogu, Alexander Norta, Dirk Draheim and Ingrid Pappel
  • Blockchain Anchoring of Public Registries: Options and Challenges by Oleksii Konashevych and Marta Poblet
  • UTILIZATION OF MOBILE PHONE AND THE ETHICAL IMPLICATIONS: A CASE OF POST GRADUATE STUDENTS AT KENYATTA UNIVERSITY, KENYA by Daniel Muthee and Johnson Masinde
  • The Development of the Digital Wellness Toolkit by Rachel Fischer and Beverley Malan
  • Can Blockchain Leverage for New Public Governance? – A Conceptual Analysis on Process Level by Maik Brinkmann and Moreen Heine

CHAIRS / SPEAKERS


Track 5 Chair / Workshop 3 Chair
Charalampos Alexopoulos
University of the Aegean
Track 5 Chair
Luís Soares Barbosa
United Nations University (UNU-EGOV)

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