In this interview we spoke to Arūnė Matelytė, Manager of GovTech Lab Lithuania, to hear how the Covid-19 crisis has prompted an influx of GovTech startups that are innovating to solve public sector challenges.
The EdTech sector in the Nordic-Baltic region has been accelerating [...]
The crisis has not been met with a lack of opportunities, nor has it cancelled out the need for innovation. We've listed examples of the sense of urgency for innovation and an even more explorative approach to solve public sector challenges.
Access to up-to-date and trustworthy information is critical in a crisis. We spoke to Kaspars Kauliņš, International Business Development Director at Latvian Tilde, to get his perspective on conversational AI, chatbots and cross-border, multilingual communication during and beyond Covid-19.
From virtual hackathons to discussions on AI in smart cities, we’ve gathered a list of some of the most interesting technology focused webinars, podcasts and events from across the Nordic-Baltic region to keep you busy during the rest of lockdown.
The outbreak of Covid-19 has sped up the transformation of the care sector, forcing providers to experiment with new working models and seek technologies that help deliver care in a socially distanced society.
Estonia is globally known as a digital frontrunner. In this article, we highlight how the Estonian startup ecosystem is taking the lead in everything from e-services to cybersecurity - throughout and beyond the crisis.
In the first episode of a new podcast series from PUBLIC, Edd Elliot sits down with Morten Moller Senior Advisor for Digitalization at The Nordic Council of Ministers and Kiann Hein, Managing Director of PUBLIC Denmark, to discuss the value of using signposting to connect disparate initiatives and actors in a crisis.
We spoke to Elliot Tikhomirov, CEO and Co-Founder of Estonian pregnancy tracker app Velmio, to hear about how they adapted their solution to track symptoms of Covid-19 and are now helping women by providing advice on pregnancies during the crisis.
In accordance with plans to gradually reopen the country, Norway is relaxing restrictions on public mobility. However, while Norway was in many regards well-positioned prior to the crisis, economic recovery and return to daily life will demand a new phase of the response to Covid-19.