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Event in Elsinore

September 11 - 9:00 - 16:30

100DKK – 300DKK

Fremtidens jobs/ The jobs of the future

How does the future jobs look like?

Do you want to get insights into new technology including robots, artificial intelligence, 3D printing, biotechnology etc? Do you want more knowledge about new technologies and how they continous to get into our lifes: privately as well as in business? What are robots used for today? How can you be in China, USA and Denmark to meetings the same day? How can robotics and artificial intelligence be used to help patients and elderly, sich people or children who cannot go to school? What is artificial intelligence? How easy is it to program a robot? What is meant by Life Long Learning. Should we fear new technology or embrace it? 

New in 2019 is biotechnology and how technology is used within this area. Have anyone today placed a human embryo into a monkey? If so, where – and is this ok?

New technology is coming… and is entering our lifes rapidly– whether we like it or not. How do we want to live with the it? That´s the question. Get an update from experts within different areas. It will be possible to ask questions to the speakers after the presentation.

Included in the ticket is a 100 kr voucher for “Street Market” next to hall 21a. 



  • Where are we today and what new opportunities are the future bringing?
  • Cases showing examples of the use of new technology including robots
  • Exhibition of selected new technology
  • Speakers:
    Preben Hjørnet. Open Robotics  The sustainable path for a better world.
    According to Preben the movement is on and it is going to impact everyone inside and outside the robotics world. The equivalent to the tech driven 3D printing open framework community is emerging within the robotics space. It's the single most significant trend and its going to democratize robotics, and tare down the walls and grant access to a much broader community in exploring and utilizing robotics seamlessly in their work. Who are the victims, who are the beneficiaries, who is driving, what spaces are expected to be the frontiers and how far are we in transition towards of open robotics? Preben will ask the questions and with his extensive experience give his point of view.
    Morten Jacobsen. Skolen ved Nordens Plads: Use of new technology as a teacher - with focus on children with special needs.
    Cristina Andersson. Sharing experience from Finland about implementation of robotics and artificial intelligence in healthcare, eldercare and education.
    Uffe Koch: will show the Polaris robot - the autonomous Mobile Service Robot for Airports, Hospitals, Shopping and much more and the supporting business models, platforms and ecosystem. Polaris can help individuals with way finding, shopping assistance, plus many behind-the-scenes tasks for the facility operators using mobile environment sensors. These tasks include monitoring of air quality, people density and flow, updating maps and floor plans, foreign object detection.
    Benedikte Kiær: Why is education and new technology important for Elsinore
    Per Sjobörg has interviewed most people known in the world of robotics - Per will give insights as to what is happening in the world and into what direction we are going - should we be afraid of robots? Will they take over our jobs?
    Roberto Galeazzi works at Danish Technological University as an associate professor in automation and control: Roberto will share with us that while Industry 4.0 is still unfolding, a new technological revolution is already at the horizon that will reshape the whole society as we know it today.
    Aseem Prakash is a world's leading AI business strategist. He works at Center for Innovating the Future in Toronto, Canada. He coined the word, ALGOTIENTTM. Aseem specializes in making organizations and its leaders competitive for the new algorithmic age. (Websites: Algotient.com and InnovatingFuture.com)
    Teodor Petrov has a background in architecture and robotics. He will talk about the fusion of architecture, robotics and computation and how this creates a platform for new innovative ideas and change the architecture and construction industri we know today.
    Jennifer Faridi. Data Scientist at Criterion. What is artificial intelligence and how is it used today? Should we be afraid of what is coming in the future?
    Helle Rootzén. Professor and head of learnT at DTU. She will explain how learning in the future will be more efficient, more deep and more fun. The world changes very fast these days and jobs will change all the time which means we need to learn new things continously: Life Long Learning is important.
    Majken Overgaard will present Catch. Catch is a center for art, design and technology launched by Elsinore Municipality in 2017 with the aim to attract and promote innovation, creative entrepreneurship and education. Catch is located at the Culture Yard near the harbour where they have established a co-working space and a makerspace.
    Miranda Harck is introducing biotechnology at RoboInsights which is about new technology - In a world with growing population and changing climate, we need new ways to produce fuel and food. Biotechnology offers promising solutions to many of the challenges humanity is facing. Miranda will give a short introduction to biotechnology and also ask some of the relevant questions regarding ethics.  
    Marianne Andersen will talk about the robot market in general: how big is it in different segments and how is it developing.  

Who should attend

 Everybody who wishes to see how new technology can be used and how parts of our society already now are using it. The event is for associations, people who want to be inspired, people who are interested in how society changes these days when new technology is becoming a larger part of everybody´s life. From Elsinore municipality, North Zealand, Greater Copenhagen to the world. The event language is English and all speakers will work on speaking in a non academic, easy to understand language. Our goal is to share knowledge and insights about new technology in society and to minimize the gab from academia to outside academia.  

Robots are coming – whether we like it or not. How do we want to live with the robots? That´s the question. Get an update from experts within different areas. It will be possible to ask questions to the speakers after the presentation.

Morten Jacobsen will share with us the experience he has had introducing telepresence for one of his studens with special needs. A real life story that will touch everybody: Yusef and how he gets to school even though he must not get out of his home…

Some of the speakers


Cristina Andersson

Master in robots

Morten Jacobson

Morten Jacobsen

School at Nordens Plads

Benedikte Kiær

Benedikte Kiær

Mayor of Elsinore

Roberto Galeazzi

Roberto Galeazzi

Associate Professor in Automation and Control at Technical University of Denmark

Per Sjöborg

Per Sjoborg

Founder of Aptomica, Host of Robots in Depth

Jennifer Faridi

Jennifer Faridi

Data scientist. Criterion

Helle Rootzén

Helle Rootzén

Professor at Technical University of DenmarK COMPUTE. Head of LearnT

Teodor Petrov

Teodor Petrov

TLP Robotics Research Hub

Aseem Prakash

Aseem Prakash

AI business strategist.
Center for Innovating the future


Preben Hjørnet

Open Robotica

Majken Overgaard

Majken Overgaard

Program Manager. Catch

Uffe Koch

Uffe Koch

Lean Startup-er & Design Sprinter


Marianne Andersen

BSc, eMBA CoInsights. High5girls


Miranda harck



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Business/others - including 100 kr voucher for Street Food market - please show your ticket at the entrance to get your voucher300,00 DKK
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Student - including 100 kr voucher for Street Food market - please show your ticket at the entrance to get your voucher150,00 DKK
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Special invitation100,00 DKK


September 11
9:00 - 16:30
100DKK – 300DKK
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Skibshallerne, Hall 21a