Elsa Landberg

Elsa Landberg

Technology as time-giving innovation

What does it take to actually make us put our phones back in our pockets, as fast as possible? And how can we use technology to actually feel better and to be more productive?

There are so many applications out there that are eroding the pillars of our society- mental health, democracy, social relationships, and kids. It's a shame that we give in to this because technology can actually be time-giving innovation too. To exemplify, what about all that AI that could bring us more time? Or those gig apps where people can help people?

Elsa Landberg

Elsa is an explorer, which permeate basically everything that she takes on. Knowing that she wanted to be able to work in different contexts, with different people, and in different countries, she chose to go for MSc in Media Technology/Media management and she also has a BBA from NUS in Singapore. She is pretty keen on doing "the right thing", which is why she has developed a specific passion towards equality, human rights, and sustainability, and those areas are topics that she usually talks about. Whenever she will get tired of that, she might pursue that musical career that she dreamt of when she was a kid.