En podcast som ser på hvordan vitenskap og teknologi revolusjonerer måten vi lever, jobber og er på. Hvis du er nysgjerrig på hvordan fremtiden kommer til å være, så er dette podcasten for deg.
Episode #36 - Jakob Berg - Hvem lager vi filmer for?
Jakob Berg har skrevet masteroppgaven «…men hvem skal det dette her?» om målgruppedefinisjon i norsk film. Han er til daglig kommunikasjonsrådgiver og har over et tiår med erfaring fra norsk filmbransje.
I denne podcasten diskuterer vi hvordan norske filmprodusenter og distributører velger hvem de skal lage film for og hvordan denne prosessen utspiller seg fra idé til ferdig film.
Episode #35 - Jørgen Stensland - Kino Norge
Jørgen Stensland er en av Norges mest kjente og kunnskapsrike personer i kinobransjen.
I denne podcasten prater vi om hvordan koronaviruset og nedstengningen av Norge har påvirket kinobransjen. Video og videofortelling er en bransje under vekst og forandring, og denne epidemien skaper nok en ny utfordring. En interessant episode som gir innblikk i verdikjeden fra produksjon til lerret.
Film & Kino nettside: https://www.kino.no/
Episode #34 - Wilfried Pimenta de Miranda @ AIM2NORTH 2019 - IOTA (English)
As a Global BD Director in the IOTA Foundation, Wilfried focuses on DLT/Blockchain, IoT/M2M, Digital Trust, Smart Cities, Industrial IoT. The IOTA Foundation is a global non-for profit developing Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLT) for the Internet of Things, digital trust and the economy of things.
Episode #33 - Kristin Bekkeseth @ AIM2NORTH 2019 - Trust building for technology (English)
As the use of artificial intelligence (AI) rapidly increase, the AI technologies outpace the organizational governance and controls that guide their use. However, proven time and time again there are serious operational risk of using AI without a robust governance and ethical framework. To fully utilize the potential of AI, we need to trust our AI systems.
To understand the importance of trust in building successful AI systems, business leaders can start by exploring these five key questions:
Why is AI different from other technologies in terms of trust?
What are the risks of a failed AI system?
How can business leaders mitigate those risks?
Why is trust in AI so important?
When integrating AI, how can businesses sustain trust?
Kristin Bekkeseth will lead us through the presentation "How do you teach AI the value of trust". She will share his take on why digital trust is of such significance and how we can achieve it.
Episode #32 - Frode Finnes Larsen @ AIM2NORTH 2019 - AI in Distribution (English)
Frode Finnes Larsen is CTO at Distribution Innovation, a Schibsted Media Group and Amedia company. He started his career as a rocket scientist at the Norwegian Defence Research Establishment. During his time at Distribution Innovation, he and his colleagues have launched Europe's first voice service with payment, built the first blockchain-based logistics platform in the Nordics, started with digital locks, deployed secure delivery boxes and moved into the cloud.
Declining volumes are a huge challenge for traditional post and media distribution companies. Many are cutting costs, geographies and delivery days – building down the network that could be a strategic asset. Instead, they should innovate and transform your business model. How to innovate while delivering high quality on existing business? The distribution companies in the Nordics have done this. Enabled by technologies like AI, blockchain, digital locks and cloud, their existing business is replaced by delivering food baskets, parcels, breakfasts and overnight B2B express. Get inspiration on how you can change your business.
Episode #31 - Kaspars Kaulins @ AIM2NORTH 2019 - Voice + AI + Public Sector (English)
Kaspars Kaulins is an AI driven language technology evangelist and business leader with 30+ years experience in media, HR, leadership and organizational development.
One of the most critical topics in relation to ethics of AI is inclusion of different social groups. Working with conversational AI platforms we have been dealing with people who have peculiar needs - starting from language barriers in case of immigrants or national minority groups as well as people with special needs i.e. hearing or speech impairments, dyslexia, paralysis etc. I will tell some stories about how AI driven language technologies can help dealing with such challenges.