The podcast “Digital dilemmas” is about dilemmas that arise at the intersection of technology, sustainability, and politics. Episode 5 is about the interaction between IT and sustainability, especially in the education system and the history behind the GoForIt collaboration arena.
The podcast host is Mali Hole Skogen, Director of Technology and Sustainability at ICT Norway. Every week, he invites leading experts on exciting topics in the tech world to talk about the “Digital Dilemma.”
Because it is precisely about the digital dilemma, we also don’t have to choose as an organization, or as some members of ICT Norway, we don’t have to agree with one and all. Opinion-sharing and civilized conversation about difficult matters is always a good thing.
In episode 5 “Digital Dilemmas”, we discussed the interactions between IT and sustainability, especially in the education system and the history behind the GoForIt collaboration arena. Some sort of custom GoForIt if you will.
In the new episode participate Kristine BeitlandVice President of Microsoft Norway, Simen SommerfeldtCTO Bouvet, John Krogstie NTNU Professor and Head of NTNU Digital and Leif Skiftenes FlakUIA Professor and Head of the Center for Digital Transformation
Episode number six is due out next Thursday and is about something as odd – and at least irrelevant – as what mineral extraction on the ocean floor in the North Atlantic has to do with Norway’s digital sovereignty.
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