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Challenges and Opportunities of AI Regulation – New Report

WASP-HS has published a new report on the challenges and opportunities of regulating AI. The report is a summary based on the discussions and conclusions brought up during...

Open Registration for AI4HS2022 – Risks and Consequences of AI in Formative Times

Welcome to the third WASP-HS Conference on AI, Humanity and Society – a meeting place for dialogue on the opportunities and challenges of artificial intelligence and autonomous systems...

Understanding AI With the Help of Social Robots

How can a robot set limits and how should a robot behave in sensitive situations? A multidisciplinary group PhD of students from The WASP-HS Graduate School gather at...

Open Call for Seed-Money

The Wallenberg AI, Autonomous Systems and Software Program – Humanities and Society (WASP-HS), and SciLifeLab and Wallenberg program for Data-driven Life Science (DDLS) is now launching a join...

Successful Networking Meeting Between the WASP-HS and DDLS Programs

Last week, a networking meeting between The Wallenberg AI Autonomous Systems and Software Program (WASP-HS), and SciLifeLab and Wallenberg program for Data-driven Life Science (DDLS) took place. The...

AI, Smart Cities, and Sustainability – New Report

WASP-HS has published a new report on AI, smart cities, and sustainability. The report is a summary based on the discussions and conclusions brought up during the Community...

AI and Its Effects in Focus for NetX

The WASP-HS call for NetX is now in full swing. Projects in the humanities and social sciences studying the implications and challenges of AI are in focus.“It is...

AI Act Discussed Between Industry and Academia

Reliability and responsibility, biases, exclusions and inclusion, participation, and more was discussed at the WASP-HS Community Reference Meeting (CRM) Challenges and Opportunities of Regulating AI on May 19....