New partnership within AI Sweden and access to the workplace environs at Lindholmen Science Park
The University of Borås has signed a partnership agreement within AI Sweden from 1 September.
AI Sweden is the Swedish National Center for Applied Artificial Intelligence. AI Sweden is supported by the Swedish government as well as the business and public sectors throughout the country. The core of the work is to increase the use of AI in Sweden with the goal of strengthening Swedish societal functions and our competitiveness as well as improving the quality of life for people living in Sweden. To achieve this, projects of national interest are run in areas such as information-driven healthcare, AI solutions for the Swedish language, data-driven journalism, and AI to deal with climate change.
As a partner within AI Sweden, we have the opportunity to work together with a large number of organisations to solve common problems and experiment with new technology. The partnership also clarifies the position of the University of Borås in the area, and provides the conditions for creating new contacts and maintaining existing collaborations.
Workplace access at Lindholmen Science Park
The University of Borås has also signed an agreement for access to the workplace environs at Lindholmen Science Park. Jonas Waidringer, Director of the Centre for Digitalisation, is the university's contact person and will be on site, at Lindholmen, a couple of times a week. The workplace setting is open for everyone at the university to use; contact Jonas Waidringer, email@example.com for more information if you are interested.