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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.”

AI - the bleak end of auditors?

AI - the bleak end of auditors?

Press releases   •   Dec 13, 2018 09:00 CET

“We will develop an automated audit function based on artificial intelligence (AI), because AI can definitely take over repetitive and time-consuming work tasks in auditing,” says Jan Svanberg, senior lecturer in business administration at the University of Gävle. “Policy holders will benefit from this. Management of claims will improve in precision and there will be fewer incorrect decisions.”

University of Gävle provides professional development to specialists in basic industry

University of Gävle provides professional development to specialists in basic industry

Press releases   •   Dec 05, 2018 16:56 CET

University of Gävle and Luleå University of Technology will collaborate on developing courses for lifelong learning in Swedish basic industry. “We believe in close collaboration with the industry and participant-driven learning, and we would also like to try ingredients of gamification in the digital environment,” says Niclas Björsell, senior lecturer in electronics at the University of Gävle.

We must create safety rules when AI develops

We must create safety rules when AI develops

Press releases   •   Dec 02, 2015 12:00 CET

We must create safety rules when AI develops ”Human beings will continue to develop machinery to serve us, but robots need rules to follow,” says Magnus Hjelmblom, researcher at the University of Gävle.