Tobias Ahlin gives inspiring lectures about the digital revolution, innovation, and the future. He’s reached an international audience through his lectures and has the last two years lectured in 18 countries; he was recently invited by The New York Times to New York and to Facebook’s headquarters in Tel Aviv.
He’s had a central role in forming the digital revolution that is transforming society and changing how we live, work, and think. Tobias was a design director at Mojang where he directed the experience design for one of the most popular games of all time; Minecraft. Tobias Ahlin was the third designer to be hired at Spotify, and he’s been a developer and designer at GitHub in San Francisco. Today he’s part of the jury for the Swedish Design awards, a frequent speaker and teacher at schools and companies across Europe, and still building products that millions of people use every day.
Despite his technical background his lectures are inspiring and accessible, and he uses his expertise to look critically at the future through the lenses of leadership, society, and digital transformation.
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Designer | Maker | Keynote Speaker
Agile, Apps, Artificial Intelligence, Automation, Award ceremonies, Basic income, Biases, Critical thinking, Data, Distributed and remote work, Facilitation, Fake news, Frameworks, Games, Ideas, Interactive sessions, Iteration, Machine Learning, Playfulness, Predictions, Startups, Uncertainty, Work-life Balance