I am a postdoctoral researcher at the Department of Informatics, Swedish Center for Digital Innovation (SCDI). My research area concerns the value of A.I platforms, theoretical perspectives on these, with a focus on the forest industry. The research is funded by the Kempe Foundation.
I received a large part of my undergraduate education at Umeå University, with bachelor's degrees in philosophy and media and communication science. These became my main subjects in a master of education at Mid Sweden University.
After working as a teacher and web editor / strategist in the public sector, I began my doctoral studies in Information Systems at Mid Sweden University in 2014. In 2019, I defended my dissertation "The Relation Between Digital Technology and Values: Thinking Through Multiple Technologies". The dissertation won second place in the Swedish Information Systems Academy's (SISA) Börje Langefors Prize 2020.
In early 2021, I became affiliated with Umeå University as a postdoctoral researcher.