Schibsted Future Report is on its way on the 2023 Nordic road show. Next stop is at Digs in Trondheim April 20. Join us to learn how to secure innovation within a company, how Aftenposten’s synthetic voice is making news available to more people – and meet one of the founders behind the success startup Nomo.
”It will really be great to be back at Digs. We had a super nice event there last year, and we hope that everyone who wants to hear which trends we in Schibsted are interested in will come to this after work event,” says Schibsted Future Report editor Ann Axelsson.
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Future Report is our annual trend outlook where we dive into themes within tech, people and business. It’s written by our own Schibsted people, and we also share some stories about companies in our family – and things we do.
Innovation in tough times
The event theme is ”Innovation in tough times” and in Trondheim you will meet some of the Future Report contributors, like our Chief Data and Technology Officer, Sven Størmer Thaulow. He will give you the recipe for how to secure innovation. You can read the full article at the Future Report site.
Sven will also discuss the latest AI trends with Lena Beate Pedersen, Project Manager at Aftenposten who has led the job to create a synthetic voice for the newspaper. Now all written news are also available as speech, this is her article in the report.
We are very happy to have Audun Solwang on stage. He is the acoustician who saw the need to reduce noise to simplify podcasts and broadcasts. Audun is one of the founders behind the success startup Nomono, which is part of the Schibsted family. Recently Nomono won the 2023 innovation award at the tech conference SXSW in Austin. Audun will share his and Nomono’s journey and what lays ahead.
Last but not least – our Head of Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging, Sumeet Singh Patpatia will point out the importance of empowering all kinds of people to succeed with real innovation – No human should be left behind.