How do business and Swedish AI research interact? What skills and resources do companies ask for? And are more efforts needed to equip Sweden as an AI nation?
Sara Mazur leads the Wallenberg AI, Autonomous Systems and Software Program (WASP) research program. At the meeting, she talks about the initiative and her thoughts on what AI research means for Swedish innovation power and industry.
Staffan Truvé, head of research at the cybersecurity company Recorded Future - and a member of the National Innovation Council - shares his experiences and insights on what investments need to be made in research and education to stimulate AI development in Sweden.
The meeting is part of the seminar series AI-shift, which is carried out with support from the Bertil Edlund Foundation.
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