Tech Tales – at home

Dictionary definition: “Tech tale: An inspiring, educational and eye opening talk relating to a technical subject told in a simple, ordinary and understandable language.”

Who can tell the best tech tale that is catchy, relevant for the public and innovative?

At Tech Tales at home we have invited the most tech savvy people to join us online and explain their area of expertise without using buzzwords and abbreviations, so EVERYBODY understands the purpose and potential.

From your very own couch – we have the coolest live-streaming team. 
We’ll stream it here: TECH TALES LIVESTREAM & on Facebook

We also have 100 tickets available for a live audience in Musikhuset. 
Find one of the last tickets

– WHEN – 
June 22nd 2020 at 6 pm

– WHAT –
First a Keynote speaker on the topic of creating valuable tech for our society.
After that, 5 presenters will each spend 15 minutes sharing their tech tale outlining a complex area in a simple inclusive language.


– Gro Sørensen, Microsoft
Gro will talk about tech in times of crisis. How can we utilize tech to give value to society and peoople?

– Allan Rocha, ProActive A/S
Allan will talk about the COVID-19-chatbot developed by ProActive and Microsoft to give citizens quick access to COVID-19 informations during the current health crisis

– Signe Ungermand and Maria Engermann, founders of the XR-company MANND
Signe and Maria will show how story telling can be more impactful and relevant through Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR).

– Kasper Verdich Lund, CEO of Toitware
Have you ever heard about Chrome? Well, Kasper was one of those Googlers who build it and, together with a few people from the Google-team, he has now decided to do the same thing for Internet of Things (IoT) devices as they did for browsers with Chrome. Kasper will introduce us to their new IoT-platform and the related coding language Toit.

– Jacob Høy Berthelsen, founder of Enversion A/S
Enversion A/S is on a mission to create a better health care system through big data and artificial intelligence (AI).

– Geeta Schmidt, CEO of Humio
Geeta will introduce us to the magic world of logging, which for many of us is hard to relate to. What is logging? And why is it important? Logging keeps software secure and running, so as a citizen we only notice when logging is NOT working.

– Mads Voigt Hingelberg, CEO of BigData of Innovation Lab
Everybody is talking about Big Data and Artificial Intelligence (AI), but who knows what it really is? Mads will give us an introduction to these fluffy buzzwords in a personal and compelling way, that makes the concept more tangible and relatable.


The event is for everyone curious about tech. No matter skill set, age and background.
We find that tech talks normally is filled with buzzwords and abbreviations which makes it difficult to understand. But is it really necessary? Do you have to explain artificial intelligence with words like neural networks and algorithms or can it be explained in everyday words. We think so!
We believe that complex tech topics can be explained in general terms, so non-tech people also understand the message. We also think it is necessary to include more people into the world of tech magic to drive a sustainable implementation and utilisation of technology.

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