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Norway might have the most mature and complex aquaculture in the world, but what is Aquaculture? And what are the challenges in aquaculture today? In this episode of #LØRN Silvija talks with Co-Founder & COO of Hatch Aquaculture Accelerator, Wayne Murphy, about how a global accelerator works to find companies and help them grow fast and why you should never underestimate people skills. 
— Norway’s biggest assets are its ability to collaborate and share knowledge as it builds and maintains the world’s most mature complex experienced Aquaculture ecosystem He explains in the episode.

You will LØRN about: 

  • Farming food in the water
  • Accelerator programs
  • Algie
  • Sustainability

Recommended literature:  

What can the Norwegian energy sector learn from Australia? And how is NERA working towards supporting growth in the Australian energy resources sector in its productivity, capacity and capability, whiles still helping local suppliers access domestic and international markets, building a workforce that is ready to thrive in the ever changing workplace? In this episode of #LØRN Silvija talks with the general manager of Innovation and State at NERA, Francis Norman, about how they ensure they work towards a sensible and sustainable business future.

— Australia has become a world leader in remote operations, we have, I believe, the world’s largest concentration of self-driving industrial machinery on our mines and some of our oil and gas facilities are being controlled or monitored from over 2,000 kilometres away, he explains in the episode.

 

You will LØRN about:

  • Green vs brown coal
  • Sustainability
  • Australian energy sector
  • Australian energy clusters
  • Inter-company collaborate

Recommended literature: 

  • Mans search for meaning by Viktor Frankle
  • Work on culture differences by Geert Hofstede
  • Jonathon Livingston Seagull by Richard Bach

How can we reduce waste throughout the supply chain? And what are some of the proactive actions businesses can take in order to reduce their food waste? In this episode of #LØRN Silvija talks to CEO and Founder of TotalCtrl, Charlotte Aschim, about how they give suppliers real time inventory control and how this will reduce their waste, save money and much more.

— TotalCtrl’s vision is to eliminate food waste throughout the value chain, from farmer to consumer. So our focus is optimization and efficiency. Digitizing manual routines, preventing waste of resources, and securing more time for the tasks that really contribute to a more sustainable value chain, she explains in the episode.

You will LØRN about: 

  • Food waste
  • Big.Data
  • Digitizing manual processes.
  • IoT

Recommended literature: 

  • The TV show Shark tank,
  • The TV show Dragons Den

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How can we simplify the way we interact and remember each other? And how can a QR-code be the solution to this? In this episode of #LØRN Silvija talks to Co-Founder & CEO in Mingl, Daniel Caetanya Fossum, about how we can build more meaningful relationships.
 Smile more, listen more and next time you meet someone, ask them how you can help them, he reminds us in the episode.

Dette lørner du: 

  • Founding
  • Innovation
  • QR code

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How can we close the gap between retailers and financial institutions? And what are the advantages of having your receipt digitized? In this episode of #LØRN, Silvija talks to Co-Founder & CEO of Zeipt, David Alexandre Salvail about what they learned when they began to digitize paper receipts. 
— Always focus on creating new value for the people and businesses around you, because then you position yourself as a necessity, he explains in the episode.

You will LØRN about:

  • PST2 regulation
  • Innovation
  • Technology
  • Financial services

Recommended literature:

What can Norway learn from Finland? And how do startups find their investors? In this episode of #LØRN Silvija talks to the International Affairs Manager for FiBAN, Reetta Ilo, about how you must first invest with time and effort, then money will come.
— Our tech allows regular people to co-invest and buy shares in companies they would otherwise never have access to, on the same terms as lead investors, she explains in the episode.

You will LØRN about: 

  • Investing
  • Angel investors
  • Startups
  • Entrepreneur

Recommended literature:

This podcast was made in collaboration with Startup Extreme

How can technology be used in enslaving people and human trafficking? And how does slavery in a digital age take place? In this episode of LØRN, Silvija talks to advisor in Tankesmien Skaperkraft, Catharina Drejer, about blockchain and slavery in a digital age.
— Today, it is estimated that there are more than 40 million slaves. To fight modern slavery, we must change the way we look at slavery today. As long as our understanding of slavery lies in the past, we cannot see the terrible crimes that can happen right in front of our eyes. Today, much of this is happening in «Cyberspace», a shady digital world that lies outside our laws and human rights conventions, she says

Dette lørner du: 

  • Technology 
  • Human Rights
  • Slavery
  • Dark web

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What does it mean to hack the human behaviour? And how can we help people and organisations transform their presence? In this episode of #LØRN Silvija talks with TEDx award-winning keynote speaker & global strategist in Transform Exponential, Sangbreeta Moitra, about getting into the mind of your most valuable decision-maker.
I hack human behaviour and help people and organisations transform their presence exponentially. This transformation is enabling technology to amplify human connection, not alienate it and helps people and organizations transform their presence and impact exponentially, she explains in the episode.

You will LØRN about:

  • Human behaviour 
  • Organisations
  • Mastermind groups
  • Human relationship

Recommended literature:

This podcast was made in collaboration with Startup Extreme

How is it to share the word about technology, both positive and creepy? And can blockchain technology help us end corruption? In this episode of #LØRN Silvija talks with Founder of Mob76, Monty Munford, about Norwegians and how companies can extend their businesses.  
— It´s important to share the word about technology, both positive and the creepy. It is changing the world, but at the moment, not for the better. The drive is to find the better, he explains in the episode. 

Your will LØRN about:

  • Blockchain
  • Surveillance capitalism 
  • Ethical sourcing of minerals
  • Tech for good 

Recommended literature:

  • Olivia Laing

 

This podcast was made in collaboration with Startup Extreme

Can you make every job into a game, in order to learn better? And how do you start to use gamification in education? In this episode of LØRN Silvija talks to CEO of Processimlabs, Javier Chan, about how they simulate the real world, so their students can be ready for real life.

— We develop college-level educational games. Simulations of complex processes designed specifically for mobile devices, that enable students to learn by doing, put their decision-making skills to practice and exercise critical thinking in a fun, entertaining and dynamic way, he says.

 

Dette lørner du: 

  • Gamification
  • Experimentation
  • Teaching games
  • Education

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