In this week's column Valeria Azovskaya tells about why collaboration between scientists and designers is beneficial and what role visualisation plays in materials research in Finland.
What's so great about Finnish working life? Let Tero Lausala from the Association for Finnish Work spill the beans.
The elderly in Finland are top of the global digitalisation class, writes Caro Vehmas.
Further legislation is needed to rectify the imbalances of the gig economy, writes Jonathan Öller.
Don’t panic! Build human-in-the-loop AI to augment, not automate, writes Ville Hulkko.
Gender and cultural diversity have a direct effect on the productivity and profitability of companies, writes Anusha Ramakrishnan.
Mika Klemettinen explains why MyData can bring the ownership of our data back to us.
Finns are collaborating to create the education of the future, writes Lilli Mäkelä.
Technological change and soaring customer expectations are driving businesses to collaborate in new ways, and the banking industry is no exception, writes Jussi Valsta.
“Changes begin with small actions,” writes Laura Varja. “Reducing our emissions and compensating for those we cannot reduce plays an important role in preventing climate change.”
The Finnish brand is strong in Hong Kong, writes Gitta Hägg-Lundvall, epitomising trust, cleanliness and technological knowhow, combined with soft values.