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ANNUAL CONFERENCES 2019

21 October 2019 in Norway (Oslo)

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The Future of Work – The Content of Jobs

21 October 2019 in Oslo, Norway / Board meeting 20 and 22 October

Conference topics

How will robotisation, artificial intelligence and automatisation affect how we work in ten or twenty years? And what should students learn in the age of AI and biotech?

– Learning Centers. A tidal wave in shaping the workforce of the future
– The National Platform for Learning Systems. Uniting experts from science, industry and society to strengthen Germany’s international positioning in digitalization
– Towards an inclusive robot society. Will robotisation and automation destroy jobs and create unemployment?
– Artificial intelligence in education. How will the education and learning be influenced?
– Employee 2030. What will be the required knowledge and skills? How do we fill the gaps?  Panel discussion
– Trust in a time of transition. Cases from the Norwegian private and public sector

Programme: 21 Oct. 2019

– 08:30 Registration
– 09:00 Welcome and keynote
– 10:00 Change drivers and opportunities
– 11:50 Cases from the Norwegian private and public sector
– 12:50 Lunch
– 13:50 Knowledge and skills
– 16:00 Policies for the transition
– 17:30 Reception

Speakers

JuliaPaulsen_2019

Julia Paulsen

Head of Digital Sales and Services, DNB

CharlesFadel_2019

Charles Fadel

Founder and chairman, Center for Curriculum Redesign

KatjaWindt_2019

Katja Windt

Prof. Dr.-Ing., Member of the Managing Board, SMS Group, Gmb

WalterQvam_2019

Walter Qvam

Chairperson,
Digital Norway

Présentation

Keynote

Learning Centers, a tidal wave in shaping the workforce of the future
Xavier Fouger, Senior Director Learning Centers and Programs, Dassault Systemes

Cases from the Norwegian private and public sector

Siemens – Future of automation

Frank Bråthen, Head of factory automation, Siemens

Innovation, productivity, AI, robots and employment: an impossible deal

Hendrik Van Brussel, Emeritus Professor, KU Leuven

The National Platform Learning Systems in Germany and digitalisation of the metals industry

Katja Windt, Prof. Dr.-Ing, Managing Board SMS group GmbH

Change drivers and opportunities

Future-proofing traditional companies and careers

Julia Paulsen, Head of Digital Sales and Services, DNB

Production optimization using the Cognite platform

Gunnar Staff, Aker BP

Management and value creation from integrating disparate data in the businessy

Gunnar Staff, Director of Optimization, Cognite AS

Services built on top of newspaper distribution – Svosj

Cathrine Laksfoss, CEO, Schibsted Distribution Group

Knowledge and skills

AI + Human Intelligence = Deep Learning + Deeper Learning

Charles Fadel, Founder Center for Curriculum Redesign

Filling the competence gap – The need for new skills

Steinar Holden. Head of the Department of Economics, UiO / Chairman of the Norwegian Committee on skill needs