Competence and Compliance
A crucial part of the Data Factory is the integrated know-how. Aside from cutting-edge infrastructure and compute power, every successful project relies on technical and legal know-how.
The Data Factory provides expertise on how to set up data factories as well as legal and strategic knowledge and frameworks.
Legal Expert Group
The ongoing work with the Data Factory demonstrates a growing need for how to deal with the legal aspects of data sharing and model training. As a result, AI Sweden set up a group of legal experts exploring challenging legal questions related to AI, data sharing and GDPR.
The Legal Expert Group consists of a number of legal experts from our partners who discuss legal questions related to AI and data. They are collaborating in an effort to produce, for example, white papers, guidelines and/or common interpretations and solutions for legal issues that could benefit all partners within AI Sweden.
Infrastructure expert group
AI Sweden is creating an expert group for infrastructure know-how among Swedish AI computer centers. The purpose is to share knowledge and experiences around building and operating larger, multi-user AI centers for research and development. The network will identify common challenges, needs and interests and build knowledge in an unexplored domain in order to accelerate learning, use and secure, efficient operations. This will increase the possibilities of collaboration, and connect key resources across Sweden.
Possible topics for discussion and knowledge sharing:
- Building infrastructure, hardware and peripherals
- Safety and security policies, cyber and information security
- User models and policies for accessing common resources
- Scheduling, scaling, efficient use of overcapacity
- User interfaces
- Studies of usage and user patterns
- Training and learning within ethics and technologies
Want to engage?
If you are a partner to AI Sweden and interested in participating, please contact us.
Legal: Ebba Josefson Lindqvist and Josefine Rembsgård
Infrastructure: Niclas Fock