600 showed up at Centralværkstedet in Aarhus
We will mention it again: 600!
We cannot say how proud, honored and totally grateful we are for this fantastic support.
This is our third year hosting the conference. Centralværkstedet in Aarhus was the perfect location for the many motivating presentations meant to interest both computer gurus, health professionals and the general public.
Among other things, Enversion’s founder, Jacob Høy Berthelsen, talked about the dream of an improved healthcare system – one of the main reasons why he founded Enversion A/S. Clinical professor at Aalborg University Hospital, Janus Laust Thomsen, described how to utilize artificial intelligence solutions in clinical life. Technical Director of Microsoft Denmark, Ole Kjeldsen, made a bid for the future looking through the lens of Microsoft and AI expert, Kaare Petersen, put things into perspective in his presentation about artificial intelligence and natural stupidity.
The nerds took over the last hour at Centralværksted. A panel comprised of Enversion’s technical director Bo Thiesson, information engineer Simon Meyer, founder Jacob Høy Berthelsen and information engineer Per Dahl Rasmussen answered questions about methods, specific challenges and all in all whatever was on the audience’s mind. Finally, three winners were found by Amazon’s intelligent assistant Alexa; the winners had all shared a story on Enversion’s Facebook page, ‘Stories from 2018’. Here, you may still share your stories of what you think we might tell the next generation about life and achievements in 2018.
”It has been an amazing day. It is a big reward in itself that people want to show up and hear about our daily work and have discussions with us. We do this because we want to discuss what we think is very important and exciting. Then it is great to see such a huge turnout. We are looking forward to next year,” said a very content Enversion CEO, Thomas Schultz, after the event.
Couldn’t make it? Don’t worry. The entire conference is available through our Facebook page.