Keno Canzler specialised in digital governance and digitalisation, management, including change management, and leadership during his MPP. Prior to joining the Hertie School, he completed a Bachelor of Science in Economics and a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration at Leuphana University of Lüneburg and took part in an exchange semester at Marmara University in Istanbul. His professional experience includes business development and sales in tech start-ups, Senozon and his own company Spacity, and project development in NGOs, dynamis and betterplace lab. Alongside his studies at the Hertie School, Keno has been working in the public sector practice Capgemini, where he is a consultant to ministries and ventures regarding open data, open governance and artificial intelligence (AI) ethics. He has also contributed to the federal government’s progress report on open government.
Master’s thesis title
Making Europe an AI hotspot: A framework for effective and efficient data use, sharing and mining