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Focus: The future with AI
A future with AI
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.
Malmö University's AI research may include, for example:
- developing AI for sustainable solutions in energy consumption and environmental impact
- exploring the potential of AI to increase productivity in industry and business
- application of AI in medical research to improve diagnosis, treatment and medical technologies
- AI-based tools and platforms for education and learning
- studying ethical and societal implications of AI in areas such as justice, healthcare, security, privacy, liability, and regulation
- automation in public organisations using AI
News | Published: 26 April 2023
Is artificial intelligence the future of healthcare in the Nordics?
The Nordic countries' national strategies point to the growing...
News | Published: 24 March 2023
When can we trust an AI system?
What challenges and opportunities can arise when humans use an...
News | Published: 1 February 2023
Could an AI robot be able to perceive a fourth dimension?
What happens when the brain tries to create an image of the...
News | Published: 26 September 2022
Exploring how AI can collaborate with human game designers
Game designing is a collaborative and multi-faceted task. It is...
News | Published: 7 September 2022
Artificial Intelligence doesn’t have to lead us to a dystopic future
Artificial intelligence could help us solve both environmental...
News | Published: 6 July 2022
How can our connected gadgets become smarter and safer?
How do the systems behind all our connected devices become...
News | Published: 8 June 2022
To understand technology, we must first understand people
A new book on the relationship between automation technologies...
News | Published: 1 June 2022
Machine learning can help create new energy materials
With the help of machine learning, expensive and time-consuming...
News | Published: 15 March 2022
Pandemic-hit companies to be helped by University’s AI knowledge
Companies hit by the pandemic will be helped by Malmö University...
News | Published: 11 January 2022
Designing better music listening experiences through transparent AI
Every day, different content is recommended to us through...
Intelligent and Trustworthy IoT Systemspaul.firstname.lastname@example.org
Intelligent Management of Hybrid Energy Systemsreza.email@example.com
AI Enhanced Mobilitypaul.firstname.lastname@example.org
Research project | DOCTORAL PROJECT
Autonomous transport and connected email@example.com
AI DigIT Hubpaul.firstname.lastname@example.org
AI and the everyday political-economy of global email@example.com
AI-Driven Contextual Communication: Implications for Citizens and Societysara.firstname.lastname@example.org
Working with Algorithmic Colleagues: Expectations and Experiences of Automated Decision-Makingmartin.email@example.com
Re-humanising Automated Decision-Makingmartin.firstname.lastname@example.org
UR Samtiden: Is your home revealing your secrets?
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.
AI and Critical Thinking
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.
Alberto Enrique Alvarez Uribe - Associate senior lecturer
Human-AI collaborative systems for games and creative content: procedural content generation, Quality-Diversity Algorithms, Designer Models.email@example.com
040-665 77 23
Martin Berg - Professor
AI in the public sector, the impact of AI on firstname.lastname@example.org
040-665 80 60
Steve Dahlskog - Senior lecturer/Program director
AI for digital games. AI related to generative technologies like ChatGPT, design ethics related to AI.email@example.com
040-665 71 27
Paul Davidsson - Professor
AI for IoT, intelligent agents, agent-based systems with applications to district heating control, and social firstname.lastname@example.org
040-665 86 18
Jose Maria Font Fernandez - Senior lecturer
Game AI, Machine Learning, and Human-AI interaction for creativity: procedural content generation and mixed-initiative email@example.com
040-665 76 24
Jess Haynie-Lavelle - Doctoral student
The potentials and limitations of AI technologies to navigate transnational and transcultural boundaries within a global health firstname.lastname@example.org
040-665 77 16
Helena Holmström Olsson - Professor
About business opportunities in AI and automated tests and experiments in large systems to find and solve problems and optimise email@example.com
040-665 73 19
Magnus Johnsson - Senior lecturer/Program director
Broad knowledge of AI, especially machine learning, cognitive systems (AI systems that simulate human thinking) and cognitive firstname.lastname@example.org
040-665 82 13
Reza Khoshkangini - Senior lecturer
Use AI techniques to look at data collected from machines or humans to understand their email@example.com
040-665 82 73
Sara Leckner - Senior lecturer/Head of unit/Associate Professor
On the consequences for individuals and society when artificial intelligence (AI) is used in digital firstname.lastname@example.org
040-665 71 29
Dennis Munetsi - Doctoral student
The effects of globally-produced AI-driven women's reproductive health interventions on the marginalized communities of the global email@example.com
040-665 73 82
Fredrik Portin - Associate Professor/Senior lecturer
Explores the ethical and political implications of AI. He has also looked at how AI affects academic values and critical firstname.lastname@example.org
Arezoo Sarkheyli-Hägele - Senior lecturer
On AI systems with self-awareness, situational awareness, cognitive capabilities and contextual reasoning for email@example.com
040-665 75 38
Michael Strange - Associate Professor/Senior lecturer
Governance models in response to the role of AI in global healthcare and its implications for the distribution of firstname.lastname@example.org
040-665 72 16
Jason Tucker - Associate senior lecturer
Global politics of AI health, including political-economy, governance, futures and the email@example.com
040-665 78 85
Internet of Things and PeopleInternet of Things and People
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.
Department of Computer Science and Media TechnologyDepartment of Computer Science and Media Technology
Research in computer science, information systems, software engineering and media technology. Education and research are conducted in close co-operation with both private and public actors.
Data SocietyData Society
Research on digitalisation and datafication as key change agents in today's society. The programme focuses on the social and cultural issues arising from data-centric technological development.