Digital Waves is a podcast by Node1 in which host Marcel Bamberg talks to entrepreneurs, innovators, investors and specialists from the Dutch business world. Innovation and technology are key in the conversations. We discuss new developments in the market and how they impact your business.
In this edition, Daan Alkemade (co-founder Breeze) and Bregje Jonkhart (relationship therapist and speaker) sit around the virtual table with Marcel. They discuss various propositions around dating and the influence of algorithms and AI. This way, different perspectives will be discussed. The question remains, are you on the offline or online side of dating?
During this episode Marcel will talk to Peter Joosten (biohacker and speaker) and Sebastian Buurma (co-founder Emotiplus and sports psychologist) and discuss the subject of biohacking, its effect on our emotional intelligence and our society.
In this summer special episode we speak to Wim de Boer, Interim CIO at Stedin. Marcel and Wim discuss the climate agreement, the energy transition and how Stedin is working on it. They discuss a number of practical examples and Wim explains how Stedin is preparing for the future.
In the last episode of this season we will speak to Charlotte Melkert, Co-Founder and CEO of Equalture. Among other things, we will discuss her view on entrepreneurship and her experience as an entrepreneur in recent months. In addition, Charlotte explains why she is convinced that data can give us a better first impression than we ourselves can.
This week we spoke with Graciëlla van Vliet van Closure about the subscriptions and accounts that continue to run after someone dies. All technological innovations mean that we take out many subscriptions to different services, but what happens to all subscriptions and accounts at the time of someone's death?
In the eighth episode of this Digital Waves season we will talk to Tjeerd Oudkerk, strategy and innovation advisor at the NS. We discuss the old-fashioned stigma surrounding the NS and how they are working on renewal on the railways.
What does the future of events look like? In the new Digital Waves, Daniël van der Waals, founder of Xplane, talks about the ins and outs of virtual conferencing. Not only on a technical level, but also in terms of 'experience' many steps have been taken in recent years. Will we soon be attending a festival or conference in VR?
Also in the sixth episode of Digital Waves, we are remote. We talk to Marc-Peter Pijper, Holaracy Coach at Viisi, about the positive effects of the Corona crisis. Is it true that we're all more distant from each other now? We get a very personal look into the lives of colleagues. Something that wasn't possible before!
In the fifth episode of the Digital Waves season we go remote! Together with Maarten van den Heuvel, managing partner at Go Weekly, we talk about the new way of working from home. How do you manage group dynamics and keep everyone involved in large online meetings? Are design sprints and brainstorms still possible working from home?
In the fourth episode of the season we'll talk to Diane Janknecht from Wizenoze about smart search algorithms. In doing so, we explicitly zoom in on the relevance and application within education. Various terms such as Contextual Search, Fake News, and Russian bots come along.