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The School of Engineering at Jönköping University is hosting the Scandinavian Conference on Artificial Intelligence (SCAI) on 10-11 May.

Latest AI findings presented at international conference at JU

On 10-11 June, the 14th Scandinavian Conference on Artificial Intelligence (SCAI) will be held at the School of Engineering (JTH) at Jönköping University (JU). This year's theme is "AI for a better society". The conference brings together researchers and practitioners within AI, who present their latest findings and discuss future opportunities for AI.

“The goal of the SCAI conference is to share the latest research results, foster collaboration and promote the spread of cutting-edge research and development in the field of AI, says Einav Peretz Andersson, programme manager for the AI Engineering master's programme at JTH and general chair of the conference.

Furthermore, the SCAI conference encourages knowledge exchange among researchers, practitioners and industry experts in AI. Networking opportunities and partnerships between academia and industry to drive innovation and advancement in AI technology will also be discussed. The conference attracts participants from Scandinavia and around the world.

Real world challenges

The conference presents research projects on various AI technologies, including machine learning algorithms, natural language processing, computer vision, and robotics. In the business sector, SCAI provides a forum for industry professionals to showcase AI applications, share best practices and explore how AI technologies can be leveraged to address real-world challenges and opportunities.

“This may include presentations on AI-driven innovations in finance, healthcare, manufacturing, marketing and beyond," says Einav Peretz Andersson.

Four keynote speakers

Einav is the general chair of the conference, but emphasizes that it is teamwork together with SCAI's organizing committee and several people at JTH. She is particularly looking forward to listening to the four keynote speakers. These are Professor Timo Minssen from Copenhagen University, Professor Shalom Lappin from Queen Mary University of London, Patrik Jägenstedt from Husqvarna and Professor Virginia Dignum from Umeå University.

Read more about the SCAI conference and register by 2 June here