Artificial intelligence, AI, can be used in game design, healthcare, energy production, public transport and more. The development of the technology presents great opportunities but also challenges and risks. Academics at Malmö University are researching how AI can be integrated and improve the use of different systems, but also what democratic, ethical and societal consequences the rapidly changing technology may have.
More and more smart gadgets are appearing in our homes, but are there any risks associated with, for example, a light bulb that can be controlled by your phone? Researcher Joseph Bugeja explains more about smart homes, and the risks involved and gives concrete tips on how to improve safety.
Fredrik Portin, Associate Professor at The Centre for Teaching and Learning, discusses the issue of artificial intelligence and critical thinking in a series of films. The premise of the lecture is that teachers cannot hinder students from using AI technologies, which makes their ability to critically evaluate the texts, images, and more, that AI technologies produce necessary.
A research centre that studies how people can get the most out of the Internet of Things. Through applied research, IoTaP addresses a range of current challenges in society within areas such as energy, transportation, health, learning and home automation.