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AI and complex intelligent systems

How can organisations be managed to responsibly contribute to, and benefit from, the emergence of artificial intelligence and complex intelligent systems? This is the overall question addressed by the project “The emergence of complex intelligent systems and the future of management” in the WASP-HS program.

New article on AI and health

A new article on medical AI and health has been published in The Lancet Digital Health (July 2020).

Transparency in artificial intelligence

Stefan Larsson and Fredrik Heintz, both project leaders in WASP-HS, has published an article on Transparency in artificial intelligence in the journal Internet Policy Review.

New book from the Quantum Law Project

The Quantum Law Project is the first research project dedicated specifically to the study of the legal implications of quantum computing. The project is funded by and forms part of WASP-HS.

UppTalk Weekly with WASP-HS researchers

The impact of artificial intelligence on people and society was the main focus when UppTalk Weekly at Uppsala University invited to a digital lunch seminar.

Virginia Dignum one of 50 top AI ethics influencers to follow in 2020

The French digital web agency IPFC has released their list of the top 50 AI Ethics influencers. WASP-HS program director Virginia Dignum coming in at #24.

Trustworthy AI in Europe

How can we guarantee a reliable and trustworthy development of AI in Europe? That was the focus in a keynote speech Dr. Fredrik Heintz held recently in a webinar hosted by the think tank Fores.

Researchers says Corona-apps can be a risk

Virginia Dignum, program director of WASP-HS and professor at Umeå University is interviewed on the main national news broadcast channel SVT Rapport. Virginia Dignum warns in the interview...