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AI and Data

Program 2021 - 2024 Active

All the Nordic countries have strongly regulated data environments based on common values and understanding of security and responsibility of collecting, sharing, and using data. Nordic countries can make public data a competitive advantage by collaborating on high-value data sets that can be made available across the Nordic region.

Collaboration contributes to:

  • Increased access to data that supports Nordic companies' digital opportunities and contribute to the development of new solutions and technologies such as artificial intelligence.
  • Increased Nordic opportunities for digital and data-driven interaction between relevant stakeholders, both in the public and private sector.

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Contacts

Portrait Anna-Maija Sunnanmark

Anna-Maija Sunnanmark

Senior Innovation Adviser
Anna-Maija is a finance and business development professional with 20 years’ of experience in identifying innovations and scalable business models in various industries in international context with execution capability, a can-do-attitude, holistic perspective and passion to build on Nordic strongholds.

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Olivia Rekman

Olivia Rekman

Innovation Adviser
Prior to joining Nordic Innovation in 2022, Olivia has worked for several years as an innovation consultant. In her role, she helped international consortiums of SMEs, start-ups and large companies as well as universities, to secure soft funding for green & deep-tech innovation projects. Olivia holds an MSc in International Business & Politics, and founded a CSR consultancy in 2010. Besides her experience in navigating innovation ecosystems and international business development & public policy analysis, Olivia has lived and worked in all Scandinavian countries.

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