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AI could detect grooming

AI could detect grooming

Press releases   •   Jan 10, 2020 09:19 CET

“There are many situations in which the voice is the most reliable or the only clue to someone’s identity. That is why this research is important,” Sara says. “Knowledge about these effects refines our abilities to evaluate the accuracy of people’s descriptions of perpetrators.”

The paradox of disclosure when exchanging ideas

The paradox of disclosure when exchanging ideas

Press releases   •   Dec 05, 2018 17:33 CET

“There is a clear tendency that businesses are no longer able to renew themselves on their own; they need collaboration to boost their innovation process,” “The paradox is that to succeed in open innovation you have to share information and disclose your idea, but then it risks being stolen,” says Ioana Stefan, researcher in industrial engineering and management at the University of Gävle.

The FBI receive assistance from Swedish leading negotiator

The FBI receive assistance from Swedish leading negotiator

Press releases   •   Nov 16, 2015 09:00 CET

The FBI receive assistance from Swedish leading negotiator. Lars-Johan Åge researcher at the University of Gävle has continual contact and collaboration with both the FBI and the Swedish Task Force, both of whom show great interest in his research. They have listened to his lectures on a number of occasions both in Sweden and abroad.

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Lars-Johan Åge

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