On the 26th and 27th of May, we said Yes! And to live music, live improv theatre and live creative competitions. We enjoyed live discussions on a range of topics from free-will, to what the future of the communication industry might be in a post-corona world. And of course, we’ve had enough killer grad work to make you jealous (in a nice way).
That might all be over, but you can watch highlights from our live stream. Plus you can check out some fantastic creative projects by some amazing students - there’s sure to be something you’ll love. So grab a drink, settle in, and enjoy. And if there’s anything you like, be sure to get in touch and let them know.
Some student work
During the course "Insiktsdriven kommunikation" we were challenged to identify a global problem linked to technology and to solve the problem with an insight-driven solution. The problem that we identified was the one linked with the issue of online surveillance and how it actually can threat basic human rights and our democracies.
NOVA – Vehicle concept
In 2050 we will have succeeded in becoming fossil free; however, the CO2 in the air will still be too high. If we want to keep the freedom that a personal vehicle provides, we need to take action against further pollution. Carbon removal is possible through forestation, algae cultivation, or slow agriculture. It’s our mission to build a world where innovation is the universal language and technology and creativity join forces. The future may be uncertain, but together we must pave the way to a better society.