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Published 2022-04-07

Schibsted Future Report 2022 – afterwork in Trondheim

Paving the way for the future – with Schibsted Future Report. Meet us for an afterwork at Digs in Trondheim to discuss inspiring tech trends and takes on the future!

With us is a team of inspiring speakers from all around the Schibsted organisation. Amongst them, you will find Christopher Robert Fieldhouse Pearsell-Ross who uses foresight, futures and speculative design to explore emerging technologies and social trends within Schibsted’s Tech Experiments team. At Digs he will present his team’s latest findings as to the much-discussed metaverse. Be prepared for key tech insights!

Zuzanna Zygadlo-Stenberg has been part of one of Schibsted’s most exciting futurist projects called “Horizon,” in collaboration with the Future Today Institute. She’ll walk us through how Schibsted works as a company to meet future trends and world scenarios – such as the metaverse.

Also joining us is Sigurd Stendal, CTO at Fixrate, a Trondheim startup that is part of Schibsted’s family of brands. He’ll give us some insights into what being a Schibsted family member means and why they chose Schibsted as a partner.

Last but not least, Agnes Stenbom, Responsible Data & AI specialist at Schibsted, will talk about why working with AI requires us to be more human than ever.

Leading us through the afternoon is Lisa Løvoll, previously a trainee at Schibsted, now one of our Strategic project managers in the Data & Technology team.

Don’t miss our afterwork to discuss inspiring tech trends and takes on the future!

Sign up for the event right here, keep tabs on it on our Facebook or LinkedIn events, and read the Schibsted Future Report 2022 right here. The event will be held primarily in Norwegian.