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The endless possibilities of digitalisation

Recordings of the eight Internet Forum public lecture series of autumn 2016 lectures are available for viewing.
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Digitalisation and the possibilities it brings were discussed altogether on eight lectures at the Aalto University. The topic was crystallised by Nokia Chairman Risto Siilasmaa who described how fast the change can be. He prompted students to act if there is something that worries them.

‘Digitalisation is one of the mega trends. The lecture series reached its goals well and through experts, presented new points of views to the future of digitalisation on different fields. For example, traffic services are undergoing one of the largest changes right now. It was discussed right on the first lecture,’ states Professor of Practice Jarno Limnéll who lead the lecture series.

Recordings of the lectures online

Altogether eight lecture recordings are available for viewing on the assembly web site comnet.aalto.fi/video. The program of the lecture series is available on the event page.

You can continue the discussion on Twitter with the hashtag #aaltodigi.

Further information:

Professor of Practice Jarno Limnéll
Aalto University
+358 40 527 6173
[email protected]
Twitter: @JarnoLim

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