Seres, Silvija (NOR), Independent Investor
Silvija Seres is a mathematician and technology investor. She has a background in algorithm research and PhD from Oxford University, development of the Alta Vista search engine, strategic management in Fast Search and Transfer, and service development in Microsoft.
She is currently a board member in several major companies, including Oslo Børs and NRK, and an active investor in several technology companies.
She has worked on algorithm research in Oxford, development for the search engine Alta Vista in Palo Alto, strategic leadership in Fast Search and Transfer in Oslo and Boston, and later in Microsoft.
She now works as a board member in several major companies such as the Oslo Stock Exchange and DNV-GL, and as an active investor in several startup companies. Dr. Seres has recently built one of the most popular podcast series in Norway
Silvija Seres, investor and techie
Silvija Seres is an investor and developer of technologies and companies. Her background is from research and education within software, where she did a PhD in algorithm optimization at Oxford University, programming at Alta Vista, and leadership at Fast Search and Transfer and Microsoft. Silvia has served on more than 30 major boards in private and public sector, and her current directorships include the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation and the Oslo Stock Exchange. She has recently developed the most popular technology podcast in Norway, and is passionate about lifelong learning in practice, now. Silvija lives in Oslo, with a husband and four children.
The fourth industrial revolution and the future of work
The fourth industrial revolution changes how we work and who we are. The exponential development in digital infrastructure affects all other technologies in the same exponential manner, so that sensors, robotics, virtual reality, transportation and energy technologies and biology, medicine, materials science and blockchain all merge into a dizzying cocktail of solutions for the future. They do not only provide new efficiencies. They also transform business and society. These three changes (efficiencies, business transformation and social transformation) are felt ever more strongly in all value chains. Silvija explores their consequences and strategies for constructive futures.
The business and politics of data
The fourth industrial revolution is based on a cyber-digital cocktail of technologies, where the physical, biological, financial, social and legal worlds converge on a common platform and a common basic ingredient: data. The five most valuable companies in the world today all come from software, and their basic business model is to improve efficiencies in all value chains and all industries based on the data they amass. The way we deal with data will challenge and change not only our work and our capital, but also our societies and our humanity. We will discuss how to best meet this change from a perspective of leadership and law.
The bottom line is for the people to regain their original, moral principles, which have intentionally been watered out over the past generations by our press, TV, and other media owned by the Illuminati/Bilderberger Group, corrupting our morals by making misbehavior acceptable to our society. Only in this way shall we conquer this oncoming wave of evil.
Silvija Teres was invited to the Bilderberg meeting in Switzerland 30 May to 1 June 2019.
Many of the topics discussed were certainly of interest to her:
The key topics for discussion this year are:
1. A Stable Strategic Order
2. What Next for Europe?
3. Climate Change and Sustainability
6. The Future of Capitalism
8. The Ethics of Artificial Intelligence
9. The Weaponisation of Social Media
10. The Importance of Space
11. Cyber Threats
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