Stockholms Handelskammare - Stockholm – a future tech-city?

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Evenemang / Stockholm – a future tech-city?
jan172020

Stockholm – a future tech-city?

17 januari
12:00-13:00
Stockholms Handelskammare, Brunnsgatan 2, Stockholm
Stockholm is a European leader in tech. The region has produced the most tech unicorns per capita, second only to Silicon Valley. And with a tech-oriented population Stockholm is set to strengthen its position as front-runner in smart technology and artificial intelligence (AI).

Smart technologies have become integrated tools in today’s urban environments, streamlining city operations and improving quality of life. To realise this untapped potential for Stockholm, we need to provide start-ups and innovators with the best possible conditions.

How can Stockholm become the tech and innovation capital of Europe? How can we use data and technology to make better decisions and deliver a better quality of life? What policies are needed to reap the benefits of AI and smart technology? And how do we best handle the potential risks related to increased use of AI?

Stockholm Chamber of Commerce and Public First welcomes you to a seminar where we discuss these issues together with key players from business and politics. The seminar will include a presentation on new policy suggestions to advance Stockholm’s tech sector.    

Speakers:

  • Anna König Jerlmyr, Mayor of Stockholm
  • Rachel Wolf, Founding Partner, Public First  
  • Sara Övreby, Head of Public Policy and Government Relations, Google Sweden
  • Muriel Beser Hugosson, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Coordinator Sensible Stockholm Lab
  • Juuso Haaksivuori, Country Manager, Reaktor Sweden
  • Kristina Hunter Nilsson, VP Communications, VOI Technology

The seminar will be moderated by Andreas Hatzigeorgiou, CEO of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce

Public First
Public First is a public policy agency based in London. They combine opinion research and detailed policy analysis and creation with modern campaigning techniques.

Rachel Wolf
Rachel Wolf is a Founding Partner at Public First. Rachel’s career has covered business, charities, politics and Government. She was previously education and innovation adviser to the Prime Minister at 10 Downing Street. Rachel has written for national think tanks and major newspapers.


17 januari
12:00-13:00
Stockholms Handelskammare, Brunnsgatan 2, Stockholm
Registrering: 11:30

Kostnadsfritt
(Evenemanget Àr kostnadsfritt men du behöver anmÀla dig.)

Kontaktperson: Anna Hillelson
E-post: anna.hillelson@chamber.se

Sista anmÀlningsdag: 15 januari
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