Anita Scjøll Brede is CEO and co-founder of the Iris.ai and has insight to share at KnowHow EdTech. She will be co-moderator on 25 September when the topic is Predictive learning.
Iris.ai is an artificial intelligence company announced by Fast Company to be one of the 10 Most Innovative Companies in AI in 2017.
Iris.ai provides the world’s first AI researcher. The company offers AI and applications which are semi-automating the literature review process for academia and R&D. The goal is to help people make better sense and use of all the world’s scientific knowledge. Iris.ai received SingularityU’s Grand Global Challenges Awards in Learning in 2017.
Anita Schjøll Brede was named by Forbes as among the Top 50 European females in tech in 2018. She is a twice TEDx speaker, a startup mentor with the Katapult impact accelerator and the first Norwegian to attend Singularity University’s Global Startup Program.
She has never had what she refers to as “a real job” and Iris.ai is her fourth own startup.
We can’t wait to hear her views and angles on Predictive learning.
The founders behind the DIGme Learning have received funding from Innovation Norway to help commercialise their product. After presenting their innovation at the KnowHow EdTech conference in September, another incubator company has also made contact to find out more about the startup’s potential.
Here you go. Links to some of the interesting stuff our speakers at KnowHow EdTech talked about. We hope you will check them out and be inspired.
He was earlier Denmark’s ambassador to the global tech industry (the world’s first!) and is now Microsoft’s Vice President for European Government Affairs. At KnowHow EdTech, he will talk about how technology met the challenges of the corona pandemic.