Many countries are investing in artificial intelligence (AI) and developments are rapid. It is essential that Swedish research environments participate in these developments and stay in touch with relevant research environments abroad. In addition, international research cooperation enhances quality, and international networks give access to participation in the development of AI technology, implementation, standards and ethics frameworks.

The aim of this study is to provide an overview of current AI research networks involving Swedish and international researchers, to provide a better understanding of the initiatives needed to position Sweden as a leading research and innovation nation in this area.

In this webinar, authors Dr Erik Forsberg, Dr Niklas Kviselius and Dr Hans Pohl will guide you through their fresh STINT report on international collaboration patterns in AI. Dr Sara Mazur, Chair of the Wallenberg AI, Autonomous Systems and Software Program (WASP), will introduce the discussion and panel. There will be time for questions from the public.

Introduction, Dr Andreas Göthenberg, STINT

Presentation, Dr Erik Forsberg, Dr Niklas Z Kviselius, and Dr Hans Pohl, STINT

Expert commentary, Dr Sara Mazur, Director Strategic Research, KAW, and Chair WASP

Panel discussion and questions from the public



Online: via Microsoft Teams

Date:  Tuesday 8 November 2022, 15:00–16:00.

The webinar will be held in Swedish.

Registration: Please register by 3 November 2022, via this link.

Participants will receive the webinar link via email.

Niklas Z Kviselius
STINT’s Representative in North America

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