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CRM Report #2: Life in the Digital World

The second WASP-HS Community Reference Meeting (CRM) Report has now been published as a report. The CRM took place in May 2021, at which AI in the digital...

Call for Affiliated PhD Students is Now Open

The Wallenberg AI, Autonomous Systems and Software Program – Humanity and Society (WASP-HS) hereby announces a call for PhD students to be affiliated with the WASP-HS Graduate School....

CRM Report #1: AI in Healthcare

WASP-HS releases its first report on Community Reference Meeting (CRM). The first CRM was organised in March 2021 and was devoted to AI in Healthcare. Artificial intelligence (AI)...

AI that benefit us all – researchers prepare for the future

Research in AI has taken great steps in Sweden recent years. A newly produced film from the Wallenberg Foundations shows some of the questions that researchers face. Today,...

Healthcare and trustworthy AI addressed in roundtable discussions

Healthcare and trustworthy AI, ethical issues, cyber security, legislation, empowering people, human-centered AI, multidisciplinary research and more was discussed at the WASP-HS community reference meeting held on 25...

WASP-HS highlighting healthcare and AI

On Thursday, March 25, WASP-HS is to host an online community reference meeting about healthcare and AI. Keynote speaker Maja Fjaestad, Sweden’s State Secretary to the Minister for...

Wallenberg Foundations publish list of grants 2020 – SEK 2.4 billion

The full list of grants by The Wallenberg Foundations in 2020 is now published. Among them 12 new research projects within WASP-HS, one of the ongoing long-term strategic...

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...