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Our work of the future will most likely be shaped by automation, artificial intelligence and robotics. Nonetheless, certain factors will be still determined by us humans. In this episode, we will take a closer look at three different topics...
In this episode of Future Forward Aarhus, we will explore alternatives that have been developed by entrepreneurs living in Aarhus, who want to help people learn a foreign language. First, we will hear about a startup that connects people...
In the second episode of Heimat in Aarhus, Pia and Shubham meet with Zoran Lekovic, who is quite possibly the most unusual Danish language teacher in Aarhus. Zoran came to Denmark almost three decades ago as a refugee from...
  In this episode of Future Forward Aarhus, we explore the future of relationships—how apps and social media are changing the way we communicate with our beloved ones. https://soundcloud.com/planet-mundus/the-future-of-relationships   Reporter Karis Hustad digs into romantic story vignettes. Three people share stories about how...
In this episode of Future Forward Aarhus, we explore the future of fashion—how tech is changing the clothes we wear everyday. Reporter Karis Hustad peeked behind the scenes of the Arhus Walks on Water. A fashion runway based on technology...
The future goes beyond technology developments. It also means a change in the social environment. Migration, as a broad topic is an item on every country's agenda. In this episode we introduce you to the "Voices of Migration" festival...
On this episode of Future Forward Aarhus, we're digging into food. More than 9 billion people will need access to fresh food by 2050 and 2/3rds of them will live in cities. There need to be solutions for sustainable food...
Cities consist of more than just buildings and people. Arts and culture, residential and industrial areas, public transportation and recreational areas. Urban planners must meet the challenges cities face in the 21st century. Like other European cities, a number...
  https://soundcloud.com/user-331686898/unpack-your-luggage In this episode, Farah and Breny meet with Rabih Azad-Ahmad, a Palestinian refugee who was born in Lebanon but grew up in Denmark, to discuss the notion of home and culture. Once a resident of the socially-disadvantaged area, Gellerup, Rabih begins...
The UN is the world’s most idealistic organization: a place where representatives of countries all over the world can get together and talk about governance, peace, human rights, and a bunch of other nice stuff. As fluffy as these...

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