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AI can help – as well as hinder – sustainable development worldwide.
Students explore if artificial intelligence can be a support for sick children.
Diego Calvanese, visiting Professor at the Department of Computing Science, has been named ACM Fellow.
Diego Calvanese, Italy, is employed as a Wallenberg visiting Professor at the Department of Computing Science.
Sweden’s largest individual research programme, WASP, will receive a further grant of SEK 1.3 billion.