Impact of Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence to Improve Electronic Identities
IMPULSE project focuses on the multidimensional and user-centric analysis of the transformative impact of these two disruptive technologies on electronic identities (eID) for the improvement of digital public services.
IMPULSE “Identity Management in PUbLic Services” aims to transform the mainstream discourse on digital identity by drawing up a user-centric multi-stage method of multidisciplinary evaluation of eID management that combines the bottom-up approach of co-creation with the need for a universal vision of digital identity ethics in providing public services.
The demand of more secure digital services, the opportunity to use disruptive technologies and various challenges.
The train of public service digitisation has left the platform long ago in Denmark. Nevertheless, vulnerable citizens are, to a great extent, left waiting to jump on this modern way of interacting with the public sector and important private institutions like banks and housing landlords. Using the IMPULSE solution, the Danish case study in the City of Aarhus explores new ways to hand a group of left-behind citizens the ticket to the digital society.
First IMPULSE Policy round table held on 28th April 2022.
“The digitisation of public administration services is one of the seven flagship initiatives identified in the NextGen Europe programme, which gives an idea of the strategic dimension of IMPULSE.” Luis Pérez Freire, Gradiant, PROJECT COORDINATOR
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