Telenor Research

Telenor Research: 7 Tech Trends for 2018
Fancy wearing your wallet instead of carrying it? Well, Telenor Research picks this as one of the 7 tech trends it sees in 2018.
Asia’s millennials see AI as possible gateway to world peace: Telenor
New digital survey reveals views on how best to empower youth leaders and the role of technology in supporting social causes and promoting peace.
Millennials to finally take a break from social media: Telenor Research
Flight mode will be used more frequently and it may become trendy to leave certain social media platforms all together Transparency on AI needed
In Telenor markets, Malaysian youth are foremost ‘digital frontrunners’
Seven-country survey shows Malaysians are leaders in mobile communication Young Malaysian smartphone users ‘most eager’ for Internet communication  
2016 the Year of ‘softwarisation,’ and data for social good
2016 will be marked by smarter machines and customers as co-creators, as well as data for social good and ‘softwarisation,’ according to Telenor Group’s Research arm.
Defeating epidemic diseases with big data
Data-rich private sector players like mobile operators and research institutions can work together to harness big data in the pursuit of large-scale positive societal impact, writes Mai Oldgard of the Telenor Group.
Thailand, Malaysia among world’s most mobile Net-hungry: Telenor
Young mobile Internet users in Thailand and Malaysia have rapidly adopted new mobile Internet services and rely on their mobile phones for an unexpectedly wide variety of connectivity needs, according to a new study by Telenor Group’s research arm, Telenor Research.
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