Event

Lecture Series on the Future of Work

'Fusion of Technology, Culture and People: The journey with Watson' with Guest Speaker Thomas Anglero, Director of Innovation, IBM Norway

The Nordic Centre for Internet and Society, The Department of Communication and Culture, and BI Norwegian Business School invite you to attend:

Lecture Series on the Future of Work 

Fusion of Technology, Culture and People: The journey with Watson

Date: April 20th, 2017

Room: D3-191

Programme:

1500-1530: Reception

1530-1600: Event opening

1600-1700: Guest speaker: Thomas Anglero, Director of Innovation, IBM Norway

1700-1715: Q&A with Thomas Anglero, Director of Innovation, IBM Norway

1715-1800: Panel debate

Guest speaker

Thomas Anglero, Director of Innovation, IBM Norway

Thomas Anglero will take the attendees on a journey. After introducing what Watson is, he will provide examples of where and how Watson is being used in different industries throughout the world. He will explain how Watson can be used to produce unique results, with or without prior technical competence. The talk will be conclude with a discussion on how the latest Watson R&D is making it possible for any businessperson to use Watson as their Data Scientist for innovation. Thomas Anglero will answer questions both during the presentation and afterwards in a designated Q&A session.

About the Speaker

Thomas F. Anglero is Director of Innovation for IBM Norway and responsible for IBM Watson and Innovation projects with all IBM customers. Thomas is the creator of the new and exciting Watson Innovation Lab at the Oslo Cancer Cluster (OCC), the home of Watson for the Nordic countries. Prior to IBM, Thomas was the Director of Innovation for Skatteetaten (Norwegian Tax Authorities).  Thomas has over 25 years of global IT and Telecom experience, including launching startups. Thomas is also a social entrepreneur and has helped many people all over the world. He continues to teach Norwegian students about passion, leadership, and dignity.

Contact

The Lecture is open to the public and free of charge. 

To attend, please register in advance by email: rita.arnesen@bi.no