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AI Regulations – Open Doors for National Discussion

How will regulations shape AI technology in the future? How do national policies and organisations work together? These are some of the questions that will be discussed by...

WASP-HS Welcomes 6 New Affiliated MMW Projects

WASP-HS welcomes six new affiliated projects generously funded through a grant by the Marianne and Marcus Wallenberg Foundation. Read more about each project on the website: Who’s in...

Open Call for Invited Universities – Guest Professors Stage 2

The Wallenberg AI, Autonomous Systems and Software Program – Humanities and Society is now launching the second stage for the call for Guest Professors across Sweden. The call...

Open Call to Strengthen Networking – NetX

The Wallenberg AI, Autonomous Systems and Software Program – Humanities and Society is now launching the call Networking Excellence Projects in the Humanities and Social Sciences for the...

Information About the New Wallenberg Program WASP-ED

On April 20, an information meeting about the new Wallenberg program WASP-ED, a joint initiative between WASP-HS and the sister program WASP, will be held online. The purpose...

Ambassador Visits to Strengthen European AI Research

Last week, Sara Martins, the Portuguese Ambassador in Sweden, visited Umeå University to meet Professor Virginia Dignum and Assistant Professor Pedro Sanches to strengthen the network of European...

Information Meetings for the Upcoming Call NetX

On April 5 and April 11 WASP-HS is hosting online information meetings for all Swedish Universities who are interested in the upcoming call NetX. Networking Excellence Projects in...

Broad Competence on Sustainable, Smart Cities, and AI Added to the Discussion

Legal frameworks, environmental impacts of AI, big data, quality data, safety, strengths and difficulties of designing for broad target audiences, and more, was discussed at the WASP-HS Community...