Stockholm

20 & 21 February 2020

The platform economy has introduced a convenient way to match those in need of services to those who can offer them, all with a click of a button. New technologies are challenging and changing work and labour markets. Can the Nordic Model thrive in the age of robots and artificial intelligence? What is being done today and what are the challenges of tomorrow?

Reshaping Work Stockholm brings together academics, policymakers, business and unions for two days of dialogue on the future of work. The conference features academic paper presentations, enlightening key note speakers, engaging panelists and opportunities for participants to bring their experience and expertise to roundtable discussions. Together we will penetrate the impact of the platform economy on societies. We will discuss what happens when traditional firms as well as public institutions adapt data-driven analysis and algorithmic management. We will address challenges of data management, ethics and sustainability. And many issues in between

Reshaping Work Stockholm is organized by Unionen, the largest trade union in Sweden and the Swedish Entrepreneurship Forum.

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SPEAKERS

Virginia Dignum

Keynote speaker
Professor of Social and Ethical Artificial Intelligence at Umeå University

Tobias Porserud

Panelist
Vice President of AppJobs.com and President of The AppJobs Institute

Robert Torvelainen

Panelist
Senior Public Policy Associate, Uber

Nisha Besara

EVENT HOST
Political Scientist

Martin Linder

Opening speaker
President of Unionen

Koen Frenken 

Keynote speaker
Professor in innovation studies at Utrecht university

Irene Wennemo

Panelist
Director-General, the National Mediation Office

Evgueni Vinogradov

Panelist
PhD, Senior Researcher and former Research Director at Nordland Research Institute

Bogdan Szyber 

PhD Candidate and Director of MoAR – Museum of Artistic Research

Birgit Leick

Panelist
Østfold University College

Anna Ilsøe

Panelist
Associate Professor, FAOS, Department of Sociology, University of Copenhagen.