City of Aarhus

Aarhus is a dynamic city on the Jutland peninsula in Denmark. From here, beach, harbour and forest are all within reach of a 15-minute bike ride. 315.000 people live in Aarhus and 1,2 million people live in the greater Aarhus Area. Think of Aarhus as a major city crammed into a mega village. Being a university city, Aarhus is the youngest in Denmark measured by average age, but historically one of the oldest. Thus, the atmosphere is a vibrant mix of youthful energy and blasts from the past.

C-Suite On Deck

Responsive image

Feature market insights and perspectives from top C-Level executives, elite technology influencers and thought leaders from your company here. This signature initiative has garnered immense support...

Contact Us

Events

Related News

U.S. AGRICULTURE SECRETARY SAYS NO NEED FOR MORE FARM AID AFTER CHINA TRADE DEAL

Reuters | January 21, 2020

news image

With China poised to increase purchases of U.S. agricultural goods this year as part of a Phase 1 China trade deal, the U.S. Agriculture Secretary said on Monday there is no need for a third year of trade-related aid for farmers. Farmers have increasingly relied on aid from the U.S. government to survive during the past two years as exports have lagged throughout the U.S.-China trade war. But USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue said China will soon begin buying U.S. farm goods to meet the $40 billion in...

Read More

PRESIDENTIAL ADVISERS SET TIMELINE FOR REPORT ON OPTIONS TO SECURE 5G NETWORKS

NSTAC | February 21, 2020

news image

The President’s National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee will vote Aug. 12 on whether to approve a report the group is preparing on the cybersecurity implications of using software-defined networking to secure 5G networks. The NSTAC is made up of senior executives from across the information and communications technology industry. A first draft of the report will be available for initial feedback from the full committee in April, said Ray Dolan, co-chair of the subcommittee ...

Read More

ACM URGES TO SUSPEND USE OF FACIAL RECOGNITION BY BUSINESSES AND GOVERNMENTS

Association for Computing Machinery | July 01, 2020

news image

An Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) tech policy group today urged lawmakers to immediately suspend use of facial recognition by businesses and governments, citing documented ethnic, racial, and gender bias. In a letter (PDF) released today by the U.S. Technology Policy Committee (USTPC), the group acknowledges the tech is expected to improve in the future but is not yet “sufficiently mature” and is therefore a threat to people’s human and legal rights. “The conse...

Read More

FACEBOOK DECIDES TO TAKE DOWN TRUMP 2020 CAMPAIGN'S 'CENSUS' ADS

Facebook | March 06, 2020

news image

Facebook Inc on Thursday removed ads by President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign that asked users to fill out an “Official 2020 Congressional District Census” because the ads violate the company’s policy against misinformation on the government’s census. The ads, which come from the pages of the Republican president and Vice President Mike Pence, link to a survey on an official campaign website and then to a page asking for donations....

Read More
news image

U.S. AGRICULTURE SECRETARY SAYS NO NEED FOR MORE FARM AID AFTER CHINA TRADE DEAL

Reuters | January 21, 2020

With China poised to increase purchases of U.S. agricultural goods this year as part of a Phase 1 China trade deal, the U.S. Agriculture Secretary said on Monday there is no need for a third year of trade-related aid for farmers. Farmers have increasingly relied on aid from the U.S. government to survive during the past two years as exports have lagged throughout the U.S.-China trade war. But USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue said China will soon begin buying U.S. farm goods to meet the $40 billion in...

Read More
news image

PRESIDENTIAL ADVISERS SET TIMELINE FOR REPORT ON OPTIONS TO SECURE 5G NETWORKS

NSTAC | February 21, 2020

The President’s National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee will vote Aug. 12 on whether to approve a report the group is preparing on the cybersecurity implications of using software-defined networking to secure 5G networks. The NSTAC is made up of senior executives from across the information and communications technology industry. A first draft of the report will be available for initial feedback from the full committee in April, said Ray Dolan, co-chair of the subcommittee ...

Read More
news image

ACM URGES TO SUSPEND USE OF FACIAL RECOGNITION BY BUSINESSES AND GOVERNMENTS

Association for Computing Machinery | July 01, 2020

An Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) tech policy group today urged lawmakers to immediately suspend use of facial recognition by businesses and governments, citing documented ethnic, racial, and gender bias. In a letter (PDF) released today by the U.S. Technology Policy Committee (USTPC), the group acknowledges the tech is expected to improve in the future but is not yet “sufficiently mature” and is therefore a threat to people’s human and legal rights. “The conse...

Read More
news image

FACEBOOK DECIDES TO TAKE DOWN TRUMP 2020 CAMPAIGN'S 'CENSUS' ADS

Facebook | March 06, 2020

Facebook Inc on Thursday removed ads by President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign that asked users to fill out an “Official 2020 Congressional District Census” because the ads violate the company’s policy against misinformation on the government’s census. The ads, which come from the pages of the Republican president and Vice President Mike Pence, link to a survey on an official campaign website and then to a page asking for donations....

Read More