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1 - Welcome and Introduction

- Paul Chaffey, State Secretary to the Minister of Local Government and Modernisation, Norway. 

- Morten Irgens, Vice Rector, Oslo Metropolitan University.

- Dominique Guellec, Head, Division for Science and Technology Policy, OECD. 

2 - Initial reflections

Moderator: Dominique Guellec, Head, Division for Science and Technology Policy, OECD. 

The Origin of Computing, Bruce Damer, Founder, the Biota Institute, and research scientist, University of California at Santa Cruz.

3 - Blockchain – facilitating integrity, reproducibility and scope in science and innovation. Moderator: Catherine Mulligan, Visiting Researcher at Imperial College London and CTO of GovTech Lab at University College London. 

4 - Using blockchain to improve scientific publishing, Joris van Rossum, Director of special projects, Digital Science, London.

5 - Using blockchain to facilitate innovation in the creative economy, Mirjana Stankovic, Tambourine Innovation Ventures, Washington DC.

6 - Blockhain and science, what should governments do now? Stefan Krauss, Professor, Centre of Excellence, Hybrid Technology Hub, Norway

7 - Combining blockchain and AI for novel and safe data sharing, Chirdeep Chabra, Founder, Ocean Protocol Foundation.

8 - Discussions