Finns are tapping into the vast opportunities provided by artificial intelligence (AI). Sooner or later, intelligent machines will think, learn and react like human beings.
The tenth annual Slush Helsinki brings together innovative startup entrepreneurs, investors, top-notch speakers and tech-heads. As we look at the progress of an event that continues to get more comprehensive every year, we check in with Niklas Wahrman, whose idea won first prize at the first Slush ever.
Innovator in cleantech
Source: Global Cleantech Innovation Index
At Aalto University in Helsinki, students have built two nanosatellites, both of which were recently launched into space. In the near future, numerous nanosatellites will provide a wealth of new information relevant to the environment, transport and business, including critical challenges such as climate change.