Tag Archives: göteborgs universitet

Artificiell intelligens- hot, möjlighet eller både och?

De flesta har lagt märke till hur intresset för artificiell intelligens har ökat under de senaste 2-3 åren och den här ökningen tycks inte mattas av- tvärtom. Medierna lyfter ofta främst faror och risker; det ligger i mediers natur att skapa starka känslor och driva klick. Men vi vet att den bild som medier väljer…
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10 years of medtech research, innovation and cooperation

On 24 October 2019 we celebrated the 10-years-anniversary of MedTech West. We started with a cake party at Sahlgrenska University Hospital. The first half of the day we invited everyone to take part of research presentations and innovation demonstrations. In the evening we kept celebrating at Wallenberg Centre together with our owners, steering committee, researchers…
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Gothenburg research group with Rolf Heckemann studying lack of trust in artificial intelligence

Jonas Ivarsson Marcus and Amalia Wallenberg Foundation has granted SEK 96 million to be shared by 16 research projects at nine universities and institutions around Sweden studying the impact of artificial intelligence and autonomous systems on our society and our behaviour. The project Professional Trust and Autonomous Systems led by Professor Jonas Ivarsson at the University of…
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fNIRS used to investigate mental fatigue from traumatic brain injury

Simon Skau, PhD student at Gothenburg University and MedTech West, is the main author of an article published in the scientific journal Frontiers in Human Neuroscience in April, 2019. The article with the title ”Mental fatigue and functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS)-based assessment of cognitive performance after mild traumatic brain injury” is about pathological mental fatigue…
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