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The first Nordic Digital Agendas Day has started, part of the larger Estonian ICT Week 2014 that runs through April 30.

 

First Nordic Digital Agendas Day is dedicated to innovations and future plans in the field of information society focusing on e-government. You can watch a live feed here.

During the conference, the countries of Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Estonia are sharing their views of their digital agendas, and hypothesize where information technology will go in the future.

Estonian ICT week is an international information and communications technology week held in Tallinn, and is hosting numerous leaders from the IT field.

Speakers will include Google vice president Vint Cerf, as well as Gartner vice president Stephen Prentice. You can see a schedule of events here.



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