Time: 8.00 am- 9.30 am October 10
Location: Helio GT30 Grev Ture
We are in the middle of a shift in the labor market, where automation and digitalization will change how we work. Half of all the jobs in Sweden will be replaced with the help of robots, according to research, and how will we as a society need to adapt? It will set new standards to academia, expertise, business and politics. How do we ensure that we will benefit from the robotization, instead of seeing it as a threat?
The seminar is free of charge and is hosted in cooperation with Veckans Affärer and Unionen. Read more about the event here, and sign up through this link here.
8-8:30 am Breakfast and registration
8.35-8.50 am When the robot does the job
The robot “Marple” is a news service that searches for news in large amounts of statistics. It is an attempt to automate the search for news in large amounts of data. This includes everything from finding local news, crime data, property prices to unemployment statistics. Where are the possibilities and limitations of automating editorial processes? And how can robots help us create better journalism?
Jens Finnäs, founder of Journalism ++ Stockholm AB
8.50-9.25 am Panel discussion: What happens when the robots take over our jobs?
Jens Finnäs, founder of Journalism ++ Stockholm AB, Jennie Nilsson, Chairman of Näringsutskottet, Mimmi Alladin, Head of Business Development at Siemens and Martin Linder, President of Unionen.
9.25-9:30 am Summary and conclusion
Moderator Åsa Uhlin, editor in Chief of Veckans Affärer and Martin Linder, President of Unionen.