Emerging Tech Beat on the 15th of October

Emerging Tech Beat is a conference about emerging technologies. Four speakers will share a glimpse of the already existing future and how technology at the edge of possibilities are used. The purpose of the conference is to inspire and share what technology could do. Anyone interested in emerging and future technology should join.

What to expect

Speakers that will share what technology of today is capable of. Inspiration, new ideas and fun with other people interested in technology.


Tickets for Emerging Tech Beat cost 100 SEK, like a lunch. The idea is that anyone who is interested in emerging technology should be able to join. Tickets can be purchased below.

Date and program

On the 15th of October.

12:30 – 13:00 Mingle and drop in
13:00 – 13:15 Introduction and welcome
13:15 – 14:00 AI at the core of innovation - Peder Ribbing
14:00 – 14:15 Break
14:15 – 15:00 Choosing the Erlang Ecosystem for Developing the Applications of the Future! - Stavros Aronis
15:00 – 15:15 Break
15:15 – 16:00 AI power for the consumer will disrupt the society - Jesper Eriksson
16:00 – 16:15 Break
16:15 – 17:00 Seeing Around Corners - How to Spot Technology Trends and Make Them Happen - Erik Schön
17:00 Closing remarks

All you need to know


Generator Stockholm
Torsgatan 10 - Stockholm

The venue is in walking distance from T-Centralen

Food and bevreges

Coffee, tea and soft drinks and lighter snacks will be served during the afternoon.



Peder Ribbing
Head of Services, Peltarion

AI at the core of innovation

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Stavros Aronis
Developer at Erlang Solutions

Choosing the Erlang Ecosystem for Developing the Applications of the Future!

In recent years, Erlang and several new dialects of it, such as Elixir and Luerl, have been successfully used in several non-telecom industrial applications. This might come as a surprise to developers who have only heard of Erlang as a telecom language or have no experience with it at all. In this talk, Stavros highlights the reasons why Erlang and the BEAM (Erlang's virtual machine implementation) compose a platform that is very suitable for developing applications meeting the current and future needs for autonomy, distribution, and resilience and makes a case for why Erlang is more relevant today than in the initial telecom era of the language.

Stavros Aronis

Stavros Aronis loves testing and making tools and is now trying to bring all his favourite techniques from academia into industry as a consultant and trainer.

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Jesper Eriksson

AI power for the consumer will disrupt the society

Jesper will be talking about the impact of automation in consumer servicing as well as the societal effects he is working hard to make a reality. As AI-powered capabilities reaches further and ends up in the control of the consumer, the entire knowledge based power balance in society could be disrupted. That disruption is what Jesper, and his startup “Hint”, are looking to accelerate.

Jesper Eriksson

Jesper has consulted some of the leading brands in the world with their Creative Digital Strategy ranging from Adidas to Volvo Cars. Today Jesper is the Co-Founder of an AI based startup that is aimed at taking the lead in a whole new category of servicing, “think-tech”.

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Erik Schön
Managing Director @ Erlang Solutions AB

Seeing Around Corners - How to Spot Technology Trends and Make Them Happen

In this talk, Erik will show how to visualise the present to create the future. It turns out that by mapping the technology and business landscape, you can start anticipating the future by looking at climatic patterns of technology and business evolution, and then, start influencing the movements by applying patterns known as doctrine and gameplay. Erik will explain how to do this using Wardley Mapping through concrete examples how to navigate your way to the future.

Erik Schön

Hacker turned software researcher turned system engineer turned manager, leader & navigator, Erik Schön loves succeeding with customers, strategizing and developing solutions, people, teams & organizations in complex, multi-site R&D.

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