- Exploring New Innovation from Media City Bergen
When: 9 January 2018, 12:00 – 14:00
Where: Media City Bergen, Lars Hilles gate 30, 5008 Bergen, Norway
Media City Bergen is a new landmark building in Bergen, and a world-class hub for innovation and knowledge within media technology. The MCB Media Lab, a world class media lab for cutting edge innovation and research, is situated in the new science park.
How can Media City Bergen support new innovations in seafood?
Anne Jacobsen, Managing Director, NCE Media
The Fusion of Technology, Culture and People
Thomas Anglero, Director of Innovation, IBM
Status NCE Seafood Innovation Cluster
Tanja Hoel, Managing Director, The Seafood Innovation Cluster
NCE Seafood Innovation – What do you as a partner expect?
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Anne Jacobsen, CEO, NCE Media
Anne Jacobsen is CEO of the Norwegian Media Cluster. The Norwegian Media Cluster has evolved into an exciting international environment, with more than 100 companies and a total revenue of more than USD 1 billion, and has six major universities and research facilities as members.
The cluster now comprises around 100 members and has cutting-edge competence in areas such as AR, VR, graphics and broadcast. Several of the cluster companies are world-leading enterprises in their markets. This is a highly successful environment. Fueled by a unique way of working together and combined with the best tools, more than 86 percent of the cluster members launch innovations every single year, including award winners and global game changers like Vizrt, Vimond and Sixty.
The Media Cluster has its own cluster organization, NCE Media. This is the media cluster’s innovation driver, and was upgraded in 2015 to a Norwegian Center of Expertise under the programme Norwegian Innovation Clusters.
Thomas Anglero, Director of Innovation, IBM Norway
Thomas F. Anglero is the Director of Innovation for IBM Norway responsible for IBM Watson and innovation. Thomas is the creator of the IBM Watson Innovation Lab at the Oslo Cancer Cluster which is the Nordic HQ of IBM Watson for all the Nordic countries, covering all industries.
Thomas is one of the most exciting and sought after public speakers in the Nordic countries. He is an expert in innovation, cultural diversity, and artificial intelligence’s effect on people, society and businesses. In the first-half of 2017, Thomas key-noted at over 50+ conferences to over 20,000+ people throughout Europe and consulted to executive leader groups and government officials throughout Europe.
Prior to IBM, Thomas was the Director of Innovation for the Norwegian Tax Authorities. Thomas has over 25 years of global IT and telecom executive experience including founding several startups in the US, Norway and Serbia.
In 2008, Thomas was awarded the “Top 10 Most Influential Foreigner” in Norway and remains so today with his contributions, expertise, energy, and ability to communicate complex subjects in a simple way from CEOs and Heads of State to aspiring young leaders.