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The AI@work conference – a conference beyond our usual focus

15 April 2020

Gunnar Holmberg

Attending international conferences is an important part of the work for researchers connected to WASP-HS. Here reports Gunnar Holmberg, adjunct professor at Linköping University and responsible for business...

Responsible AI in times of pandemic

21 March 2020

Virginia Dignum

Virginia Dignum is Program Director at WASP-HS and Professor of Responsible Artificial Intelligence, Umeå University. The last few days, I’ve received several questions on the possible contributions of...

Sweden needs to take a lead in humanistic and social scientific perspectives on AI

8 March 2020

Amanda Lagerkvist

Amanda Lagerkvist, Senior Lecturer at Uppsala University, is project leader in the WASP-HS project BioMe: Existential challenges and ethical imperatives of biometric AI in everyday Lifeworlds. Debunking myths...

Making friends with your robot …

27 February 2020

Katherine Harrison

Katherine Harrison, Senior Lecturer at Linköping University, is project leader in the WASP-HS project The ethics and social consequences of AI & caring robots, together with Ericka Johnson,...

Ethics in the human-drone interplay

24 February 2020

Kristina Höök

Kristina Höök, KTH, is the project leader for the project Ethics as Enacted through Movement – Shaping and Being Shaped by Autonomous Systems. Together with Airi Lampinen, Stockholm...

Beyond the current day hype of AI

14 January 2020

Anna-Sara Lind

Anna-Sara Lind, Uppsala University, is the project leader for the project Artificial Intelligence, Democracy and Human Dignity. Together with her research group, she wants to anchor humanities and...

Trust and transparency in AI-systems

9 January 2020

Stefan Larsson

Stefan Larsson, Lund University, is project leader for the WASP-HS project AI transparency and consumer trust. The project focuses on consumers – basically all of us, but in...

AI research with high ambitions

22 December 2019

Nicolette Lakemond

Nicolette Lakemond, Linköping University, is project leader for the WASP-HS project The emergence of complex intelligent systems and the future of management. What’s your view of being a...