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About AI Lund

AI Lund is a network for understanding, explaining and improving education, research and collaboration around AI based on the scope of the university activities.

The Vision 

Artificial intelligence and Machine Learning have been on the curriculum at Lund University since the 1980’s. Today, AI Lund represents a multidisciplinary research and innovation network, of particular relevance for the increasingly applied versions of AI & ML in our everyday lives, technologies and platforms. 

In addition, AI Lund represents scholarship on challenges and consequences of AI & ML as applied in society - such as ethical, cultural or legal. Beyond being a research area of its own, AI & ML is therefore also representing a set of methodologies with vast potential for innovations and business development as well as for research within disciplines like medicine, social sciences, humanities, and more. The projects with different research agendas,arbitrarily classified into those dealing with applications, development, and the consequences of the technology, as well as successfully commercialised projects developed at LU can be found here.

Below, you can find the big picture vision fostered in the network. Essentially, it represents the different spectra of AI-related research and the associated actors and activities at AI Lund. 

Representation of the AI Research structure and the related actors at AI Lund. Illustration.

The AI Lund Network

The AI Lund network consists of employees at Lund university and actors from both the private and public sector. For now, the core infrastructure of the network consists of:

  • This web site ai.lu.se
  • Moderated mailing lists:
    • For LU staff (600+ subscribers)
    • Non-LU staff (1.200+ subscribers)
    • Students at Lund university or other universities (180+ subscribers)
  • A contact list of more than 120 AI Researchers at Lund University
  • The AI Lund coordination group that coordinate with the activities

Related networks, centres and communities at Lund University

COMPUTE – A research school dedicated to scientific discovery using computers

Digital Cultures – Providing cultural perspectives on the on-going digitisation of society

Digit@LTH – an organisational network and a portal for the competence available within the areas of computer science, electrical and information technology, automatic control, robotics and computer vision at LTH, Lund University

eHealth@LU – a collaboration platform for digitalisation of health and medical care

eSSENCE – The e-Science Collaboration organised by the universities of Uppsala, Lund, and Umeå

ELLIIT – The Linköping-Lund initiative on IT and mobile communication

SamTech – a network at Lund University for a social science perspective on technology. Network members

WASP – Wallenberg AI, Autonomous Systems and Software Program

WASP-HS – Wallenberg AI, Autonomous Systems and Software Program – Humanities and Society