Esplori at the Telenor Youth Summit, Oslo, interview
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Esplori’s CEO, Federico Pistono to speak at Telenor Group’s inaugural Youth Summit, inspiring these entrepreneurs to follow their dreams.
In partnership with the Nobel Peace Centre, Telenor Group has organised a gathering of youth from the millennial generation, who use technology for social change, aiming to fuel ideas where mobile phone technology can provide solutions that address societal and economic challenges.
All 25 candidates at the summit, through passion and commitment, have developed ideas and they will get a chance to further enhance them in an international setting and in the spirit of the Nobel Peace Prize.
Telenor Group has invited Federico Pistono, the CEO of Esplori, to the summit to inspire the participants from across Asia and Europe by sharing his experience and insight.
Esplori is already on its way to positively impact many people through the intelligent use of communication technologies.
Esplori (http://esplori.net) started in June 2013 in partnership with Dotsub, a global leader in providing multi-lingual online videos, to help democratise the tools for teachers and learning worldwide. Pistono’s 40-minute speech at the summit will focus on what young entrepreneurs can learn from his mistakes, experience, and vision, in order to positively impact millions of people.
“I think we are facing many challenges today, bigger than ever. But we also have the greatest opportunity to make a dent in the universe, and we don’t need as many resources as in the past. We need passionate young people with visionary ideas, a lot of enthusiasm, but who can also be practical and turn their dreams into reality,” said Pistono, who will turn 28 the day of the event.
Energy and creativity will be key during these inspirational days.
The summit will be hosted by Telenor Group CEO Baksaas, in collaboration with the Nobel Peace Center, a renowned strategic sponsorship held by Telenor for many years.
For further details about the summit, please visit Telenor Group’s press release here.
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The Future of Society and new ways of learning - Lecture at the University Of Life Sciences in Oslo, Norway
Here's a professional recording of my lecture at the University Of Life Sciences Oslo, Norway, on The Future of Society and new ways of learning.
In November 2013 I held three lectures while he was in the Oslo area. The one on the video was at The University of Life Sciences at Ås (UMB) arranged by StartUMB. The other lectures were held at 657 Oslo: Coworking, communication & purpose, and the last at Chateau Neuf: The Norwegian Student Society arranged by Das Kapital (Radio Nova) and Foreningen for Ressursbasert Økonomi (FRØ).
The pace of technological innovation is speeding up at an ever increasing rate. This is bringing unprecedented and incredibly rapid changes to the economy and society at large, particularly in the job market.
Automation is removing jobs like never before, while comparatively few new jobs are being created by the new digital economy. This might be one of the greatest challenges that we've ever faced, but it could also represent our biggest opportunity. What can people and companies do right now to avoid being swept away by the exponentially increasing technologies that are coming to the market? What can governments do to provide for their people? What will be the future of work and of society? What will the transition look like, who will benefit from it, and who will be left behind?
I think there is hope for the future, as new technologies for learning and sharing knowledge are becoming more accessible, ubiquitous, and people are engaging more in collaborative, open projects. Years of research, discussion, and activism have shaped my worldview and gave me clarity about how I want to positively impact hundreds of millions of people.
I first wrote a book, "Robots Will Steal Your Job, But That's OK", which I released also for free on my website and started a global discussion on the topic, and more recently I founded a startup, Esplori, to enable the sum of human knowledge to be made available to anybody, via online video courses, regardless of their language, geographical location, or financial status.
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