Zynapp pushing AI debate at Nordic Tech Week

 Nordic Tech Week is underway in Berlin, showcasing the hottest startup companies on the Nordic market for German politicians and business interests.

Digital content organiser, Zynapp, has been handpicked to chair the Swedish debate on AI, particularly on how it will be used to strengthen the individual’s position in the European digitisation policy.

In the wake of Brexit, the focus is shifted towards Berlin. Over two days, legislators, tech companies, investors and organisations will get together at the Nordic embassies to discuss a new technology-positive digitisation policy.

As Sweden’s representative in the debate, tech company Zynapp wants to raise the individual’s perspective in digitalisation.

Sweden has a good international reputation and a high trust capital. We will use it to drive our thesis on how artificial intelligence should serve the individual and not the other way around.

Because we allow the user to take ownership of his or her data, Zynapp is also one of the few Swedish tech-companies who are really involved in this issue, both politically and operatively. Next time we engage in this, we find ourselves in Berlin, this time discussions take place at European level.

Tomas Olsson, CEO of Zynapp