Recent blog posts

A Call for Cross-Sectoral Research

27 February 2023

Sarah de Heer

Sarah de Heer, WASP-HS PhD student in Public Law at Lund University, shares her experience after taking part of the WASP-HS Winter Conference in Gothenburg on 15-17 February,...

Reasons for Why the WASP-HS Winter Conference Was Successful and Enriching

24 February 2023

Johannes Geith

Johannes Geith, WASP-HS PhD student in Political Science at Stockholm University, shares insights from his experience of taking part of the WASP-HS Winter Conference in Gothenburg on 15-17...

Intermediary Reflections on AI for Humanity and Society 2022

8 February 2023

Anna-Sara Lind

Professor Anna-Sara Lind and Associate Professor Francis Lee, both principal investigators within WASP-HS, and chairs of the annual conference AI for Humanity and Society 2022, share their reflections...

The System World’s Colonization of the Life World – A Canopy for Research on AI

17 January 2023

Johan Wejryd

Johan Wejryd, PostDoc in Political Science at the Institute for Housing and Urban Research, Uppsala University, shares his speech at the WASP-HS AI for Humanity and Society 2022...

Researchers in the Social Sciences and Humanities and the General Discourse About AI

13 January 2023

Teresa Cerratto-Pargman

Teresa Ceratto-Pargman, Professor in Human-Computer Interaction at Stockholm University, and Principal Investigator of the WASP-HS project Ethical and Legal Challenges in Relationship to AI-Driven Practices in Higher Education,...

Will AI be an Equalizer or Oppressor?

19 December 2022

Ericka Johnson

Ericka Johnson, Professor at the Department of Thematic Studies (TEMA), Linköping University, shares her presentation at the WASP-HS conference AI for Humanity and Society, 2022, in written form....

Twitter as a Hive-Mind?

12 December 2022

Marisa Ponti

Marisa Ponti, Associate Professor at the University of Gothenburg, reflected on “is the system world going at the expense of the living world” during the session Mapping the...

Mind the Gap: AI as Equalizer or Oppressor in Healthcare?

7 December 2022

Jason Tucker

Jason Tucker, Assistant Professor of the AI and the Everyday Political Economy of Global Health project at the Department of Global Political Studies, Malmö University. This blog is...