Seminar #8. ‘Aligning Digitalisation and Sustainability: The Role of Governance‘ in NordAI’s series The Past and Future of AI: Tales, Tropes and Speculations is held on June 14, 13:00–14:30 (CEST) on Zoom. At this seminar, Daria Gritsenko (University of Helsinki, Finland) proposes we can learn from environmental
Seminar #7. ‘AI imaginaries and their influence on the development of AI in Scandinavia’ in NordAI’s series The Past and Future of AI: Tales, Tropes and Speculations is held on May 5, 13:00–14:30 (CEST) on Zoom. The seminar includes presentations by Maja Horst,
Seminar #6 ‘Inside the data furnace: thinking with data materialities’ in NordAI’s series The Past and Future of AI: Tales, Tropes and Speculations is held on March 31, 14:00–15:30 (CET). The seminar includes a presentation by Julia Velkova (Linköping University, Sweden) who will share research on
We are pleased to announce Seminar #5, ‘Preserving the integrity of media newsrooms in the age of AI‘, which will be held on March 16, Tuesday, 13.00–14.30. The seminar includes a presentation by Agnes Stenbom (KTH Royal Institute of Technology,
At Seminar #3, the NordAI community came together with Niels van Berkel and David Moats to speculate on how national AI policies and other grey literature can be studied to better understand public perceptions of AI. These Speculations are now available here.
Organized as a panel, Seminar #2 on ‘Travelling Algorithms: How developers of data analysis from finance to health copy each other’, drew on the collective wisdom on both scholars in Europe and the U.S. The seminar participants speculated on how