Who invents the world and why does it matter?

It is still largely men who control which innovations are developed. How can increased gender equality improve the solutions of tomorrow? The podcast is in Swedish.

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Sophia Ivarsson, Erik Ringertz och Katrine Marçal.

How we look at who are the innovators and who the innovations are for affects which solutions are developed. What can society gain by including more people to participate in and drive development?

Hear a conversation between Katrine Marçal, author and author of the book Inventing the World, Erik Ringertz, CEO of the IT company Netlight and named Diversity Leader of the Year 2018 and Sophia Ivarsson, responsible for Vinnova's work with gender equality innovation.

The conversation is led by Liselott Bergman, Vinnova.

<p>Strengthened gender equality has positive effects on the national economy, the education system and the labor market. Vinnova has commissioned the consulting company Ramboll to map and analyze how artificial intelligence (AI) can contribute to increased gender equality.</p>
<p> In order to challenge norms in the innovation work, Vinnova has developed the method material NOVA. The purpose is inclusive innovation processes for solutions that contribute to a more equal society. </p>
<p>Innovation projects where women and men have the same power to influence will be more successful. That is why Vinnova is investing in equal opportunities for innovation. We believe that sustainable and equal development is a prerequisite for innovation.</p>

Last updated 8 December 2020

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