Category Archives: communication

Emotion radar?

Augmented (AR) and virtual reality (VR) have found their way to everyday life. The idea that the future of humans in the AR and VR tech space includes multiple opportunities to enhance (augment) performance and provide new ways for experiencing … Continue reading

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Grasping masked emotions

A tiny coronavirus rapidly spread around the world causing havoc to the health of many infected people. The virus-pandemic quickly put societies and world economy on their knees. Unprepared, humans faced the challenge of getting a grip on the coronavirus … Continue reading

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ÄLY: Talking about intelligence and feeling the room temperature rising

Are you looking for a topic that livens up a somewhat boring get-together party? Pick three words: intelligence, human, artificial. I guarantee they are a sure choice for putting into action a discussion that can fast escalate to heated arguments. … Continue reading

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Eye-witness to 45 years of advances in medicine – the importance of a doctor’s clinical eye

This is a blog about a doctor’s back and forth mental jumps around past, present and future medicine and age-old truths that still make a difference. I have now had the opportunity to follow for 45 years first-hand the many … Continue reading

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The X-Factor in Mind – Brain Wirings and Behavior

As a part of 2017 International Women’s day celebrations at Nokia, I had the pleasure to talk at our Espoo Campus in Finland about brains, minds, women and men. The popular quote “Men are from Mars and Women from Venus” … Continue reading

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Future work: Even the greatest minds get tangled when over-stressed

Are you a highly creative, cognitively flexible, emotionally intelligent critical thinker; a person who excels in managing people and negotiating. Do you have a service orientated mind set and just love to coordinate with others? If this is you, then … Continue reading

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Sharing lessons learned – diversity rocks

I was starting work and looking at my computer screen calender reminder. It said: email cleaning. And there’s a lot of that to do! So I dutifully clicked open my email. My eye soon caught a yammer update and recent … Continue reading

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Health Hype and Unmentionable Reality Bites

In early October, in sunny and warm California, I am sitting in a darkened conference hall. I once again hadn’t remembered that there where people enjoy (at least from a Finn’s perspective) year-round summer, one shivers indoors. Air-condition cooled air … Continue reading

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Cultivating ideas ripe – just right for consumer bite

While walking my mind raced How are economic battles fought I thought Transparency, being open and true Golden thumb rules for company success I’ve been often told Those who claim they know the secrets to success also say Leaders of … Continue reading

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Brewing coffee and tea at the pulsing heart of the work site

You, my dear reader may have noticed that there has been a bit of a dry spell in my blogging. Also the next chapter of my diary “The adventures of a neurologist at Nokia” has been in waiting. I’ve been … Continue reading

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