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Social scientists focus on the rise of AI

Artificial intelligence is becoming increasingly ubiquitous in society. For science and technology studies, this provides a unique opportunity to understand social and technological change. Francis Lee, researcher at...

International collaboration gives new research ideas

Working together with other researchers in a cross-country collaboration makes you more open to develop new ideas and look at things from another angle, says Swedish researcher Annika...

AI’s impact on UN sustainable goals

Artificial intelligence (AI) represents a powerful but double-edged sword as nations confront global warming, poverty and issues of peace and justice. An international team of scientists, among them...

Welcome to collaborate with WASP-HS

Open invitation for collaboration between WASP-HS and public and private partners in Sweden. Welcome to the meeting, 12 February in Stockholm. Increasingly, AI and autonomous systems are changing...

Expansion of Sweden’s largest research program

The Wallenberg AI, Autonomous Systems and Software Program (WASP), Sweden’s largest individual research program, has been extended by three years and will receive a further research grant of...

Virginia Dignum hits Christmas AI reading list

Virginia Dignum’s book Responsible Artificial Intelligence hits the Christmas Reading List from techUK. Virginia is scientific director of WASP-HS and professor at Umeå University. techUK has created a Christmas AI Reading...

Robotic research and WASP-HS

In an interview in Lund University magazine Professor Christian Balkenius, responsible for the WASP-HS research school, talks about how far robotic research has come and whether a robot...

Excellent researchers in WASP-HS

Great start with great minds! Inter-disciplinary in a form that has not been seen before. The WASP-HS program in AI and autonomous systems has had the first workshop...