Artificial Intelligence – Trends, Challenges and Opportunities, LiU SAI #5

23 May, 08:30-12:00

Norrköpings Visualiseringscenter C

Welcome to LiU SAI #5!

The rapid development in artificial intelligence means both great opportunities and significant challenges for individuals, companies and organizations as well as for society as a whole. To shed light on and discuss the development and its consequences, Linköping University invites you to a half day where national and international experts give their views on the possibilities and challenges of AI development.

At the event, Jeannette Wing (Executive Vice President for Research, Columbia University) and Göran Lindsjö (Senior Advisor, AI Sweden) will present development and challenges from an international perspective. Furthermore, Miriam Ben Hadj Ali (Department Secretary, Ministry of Infrastructure) will present the development and its consequences from a government and EU perspective, followed by presentations by Anders Ynnerman (Program Director, Wallenberg AI, Autonomous Systems and Software Program) and Fredrik Heintz (Professor and Director of Strength AI (Linköping University) on trends, challenges and opportunities in AI-related research and education.

The event is aimed at anyone with an interest in AI development and its consequences, especially for decision-makers in the private and public sector. Very welcome!

PROGRAM

09.00-09.05 Intro

09: 05-09: 35 Dr. Jeannette Wing, Executive Vice President for Research and Professor of Computer Science, Columbia University: The research front and development trends in AI (based on Ten Research Challenge Areas in Data Science)

09: 50-10: 35 Göran Lindsjö, Senior Advisor, AI Sweden:
This is how the AI revolution affects individuals, welfare and companies around the world

10: 50-11: 10 Miriam Ben Hadj Ali, Department Secretary at the Unit for the Digitization of Society at the Ministry of Infrastructure: AI development from a ministry and EU perspective

11: 15-11: 35 Anders Ynnerman, Program Director at Wallenberg AI, Autonomous Systems and Software Program:
Developments in AI-related research – trends, challenges and opportunities

11: 40-12: 00 Fredrik Heintz, Professor of Computer Science at Linköping University:
Accelerate development in the AI area at Linköping University

The program is preliminary and details may change.