To visualize the efforts and impact of the program, WASP-HS has just published the report “This is WASP-HS 2023”. The document exemplifies the endeavors of the program since its launch in 2019 until 2023.
“Through foresight and strategic implementation of a series of activities, WASP-HS has built a strong community of young and senior researchers. It is inspiring to see how their curiosity, dedication, and commitment is shaping important future research on the implications of AI for humanity and society”, says Christofer Edling, WASP-HS Program Director.
The report delves into the multifaceted ways in which WASP-HS has contributed to the development of expertise and competence. Readers will find insights into research findings and progress, the establishment of a national graduate school, capacity building, recruitment efforts, and an array of impactful events organized by the program.
Since its launch in 2019, The Wallenberg AI, Autonomous Systems and Software Program – Humanities and Society (WASP-HS) has played a crucial role in advancing cutting-edge research. The program serves as a catalyst for fostering interdisciplinary knowledge, bringing together experts to explore the profound impacts of AI on humanity and society. Through its initiatives, WASP-HS has contributed to the development of expertise and competence in understanding the multifaceted ways in which AI influences various aspects of our lives.