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AI Ethics online: Refracting social norms through AI

In an AI ethics seminar Ericka Johnson, professor of gender and society, Linköping University, discuss Refracting social norms through AI. Together with Dr. Katherine Harrison, Ericka Johnson is...

A graduate school with interdisciplinary focus

It was with a strong focus on human-computer interaction, and research in artificial intelligence within humanities and social sciences, that 35 PhD students attended the first annual Winter...

WASP-HS Graduate school offer AI key areas

From medical AI ethics, drones and social robotics to design technology for a better life and legal accountability of AI. Those are some of the topics raised by...

Workshop in Responsible Learning Analytics

An interactive workshop that aims to provide focused discussions on ethics in Learning Analytics (LA) systems is organized by researchers that also are active in WASP-HS. The workshop...

12 humanities and social science projects in AI and autonomous systems receive funding

Digitization, automation, and artificial intelligence will mean great opportunities and bring about changes both for society as a whole and for individuals. Opportunities and changes that are important...

11 new positions as assistant professors within WASP-HS

The national research program The Wallenberg AI, Autonomous Systems and Software Program – Humanities and Society (WASP-HS) expands its contribution to the humanities and social sciences research for...

Virginia Dignum elected to the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences

Virginia Dignum, Program director of WASP-HS, is one of the top names as the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA) strengthens its competence and know-how when 42...

New article on Social Science perspectives on AI

Amanda Lagerkvist, project leader in WASP-HS and Professor of Media and Communication Studies at Uppsala University, has published a theoretical article in the Journal of Digital Social Research...