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University of Gothenburg publishes new web for Artificial Intelligence and digitalisation

News: Jan 27, 2020

In 2017, the Swedish government decided on a digitalization strategy with the main goal to make Sweden world leading at using the opportunities of digitization. In response to this, the University of Gothenburg has established a common platform, SAID, and a new web, gu.se/ai

SAID, the Artificial Intelligence and Digitalisation Coordination Group, is a network that will visualize and coordinate research and education areas linked to AI and digitalisation for the development of a sustainable and inclusive digital society. The initiative also aims to facilitate communication with companies, organizations and public sector so that collaboration on research projects, skills development courses and seminars is promoted.

The structure of SAID is to reflect the width of research and education at GU and currently consists of a group of a total of eleven people from different institutions under the leadership of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor, responsible for issues regarding outreach and cooperation, Fredrika Lagergren Wahlin. Photo of Fredrika

- SAID acts as a node for research and education on AI and digitalisation throughout the University of Gothenburg. At the first stage, we have focused on two areas: to contribute to the start-up of the collaboration projects AI Competence and AI Innovation, and to build a website that will function as a digital meeting place - gu.se/ai - to develop research and education about AI and digitalization at GU, says Fredrika Lagergren Wahlin and continues:
- We are now up and running, so anyone interested in joining the network is welcome to contact the administrator of the website, ai@gu.se. In the first step, we turn to you who are active at the University of Gothenburg, but we will also open up to external collaboration partners.


BY: Erika Danielsson

Originally published on: medarbetarportalen.gu.se

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