Time: 08:00 - 10:00
AI will be the single most important factor that contributes to increased value creation in a large number of industries (Accenture). In this breakfast meeting we will meet several organizations that have started their preparations to meet these future challenges and hear how Norwegian Cognitive Center can be a tool to meet the future of AI.
Lubos Steskal works as a Data Scientist in TV 2. After getting his PhD in computer science, he participated in a research project that set out to map out the structure and discourse of the climate change blogosphere. He also worked in a news and media recommendation and aggregation start-up, a bank and is currently enjoying himself in TV 2. In his spare time, he co-founded and later sold an escape room company.
TomSkolbekken's passion lies in innovating the best convergence of tech, people and processes and sharing the results. He has, since providing Escenic/CUE to 600+ media clients, had various executive roles for media-related tech companies. Tom is still married, has two daughters, holds an MBA, and a degree in Engineering.
Jenny Wiik is an Associate Professor in Media and Communication Studies at the University of Gothenburg, and Malmö University. Her research interest is professional journalism as an ideological construct as well as a democratic institution, focusing on journalistic identities in the intersection of technological, organizational and societal developments. She has had several leading positions within the academy and was the creator of the successful international MA in Investigative Journalism (MIJ) at the University of Gothenburg.
Stein Irgens is a Project Manager at Norwegian Cognitive Center for Applied AI, designed to enhance product development, build AI competence and boost AI scale-up across industries and public sector. The center is owned by the different industry clusters in the west region of Norway.
Odd Gurvin is a Project Manager at Norwegian Cognitive Center for Applied AI, designed to enhance product development, build AI competence and boost AI scale-up across industries and public sector. The center is owned by the different industry clusters in the west region of Norway.
This event is a part of the Media City Bergen Future Week, a media and mediatech festival consisting of a number of research seminars, conferences, workshops, breakfast meetings, popup talks, entertainment, demos, presentations, debates, talks, and discussions. Save the dates 7 - 10 June, for Future Week 22, a week of inspiring events in Bergen, Oslo, and Stavanger.
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