The Finnish high school graduation cap is more than just a white hat with a narrow black visor, and its use isn’t limited to graduation ceremonies. The subtleties and peculiarities of this particular headwear need some explanation.
Despite progress during Finland’s Arctic Council term, the world still faces a “time of great urgency”
We take a look at the legacy of Finland’s time as chair of the Arctic Council, whose importance is more profound than ever as the Arctic region’s global significance grows and becomes more widely known.
The year Francisco Tárrega composed the waltz that later became the Nokia ringtone
On April 14, 2019, Finland holds its parliamentary election, with about a dozen parties that have a realistic chance of winning seats. Coffee and interactive online resources (often referred to as “election machines”) may play a part.
Risto Siilasmaa, founder of F-Secure and chair of Nokia, tells us about how his career began, how to think entrepreneurially and how he got a deeper understanding of AI and machine learning. The latter is “much more fascinating than I had dared hope” and “dangerous to ignore.”
The world's northernmost metro station, in Helsinki
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