Event on AI research between JTH and the business community
The School of Engineering (JTH) at Jönköping University (JU) organized an afternoon on applied AI and AI research on 22 November.
“It is always fun when you get new images and a clear thought ahead that you benefit from immediately, says Lovisa Hamrin, owner and working chairman of Herenco and chairman of the Hamrin Foundation, about the AI afternoon at JTH.
The purpose of the event was to inform about the AI research that is being conducted at Jönköping University in the research profile AFAIR ini collaboration with the business community and to show what results have been achieved. Lovisa Hamrin thought it was a good, exciting, and fun event.
"There are so many possibilities with technology"
“After all, it is a lot about understanding which fields where technology can be a tool to save time, reduce risks or relieve people. If you can get better at realigning, planning and making use of materials in your business with the help of AI, then why shouldn't you use it? The threshold does not have to be that high either, but it often has to do with simple applications. There are so many possibilities with technology if you just get started and dare to try, says Lovisa Hamrin.
The target group for the AI afternoon was primarily researchers, students and companies who already work with or are curious about AI. Several companies talked about their research projects with JU and what they mean for them.
"A very interesting and exciting day"
Tina Roos, Head of Sales & Operations planning at Siemens Energy in Finspång, works with AI within her organization and has participated in several research projects at JTH. She came to the AI afternoon to find out what will happen in the future in this field and was super pleased with the event.
“A very interesting and exciting day. We work a lot with predictability in our planning, but also with our machines.
To learn more about the research at JTH
Sophia Alexandersson from Share Music & Performing Arts was at the AI afternoon to learn more about AI and about the JTH's research as they themselves are involved in a research project.
“AI is an exciting and interesting subject and it has been a good and rewarding day,” says Sophia Alexandersson.
Anette Johansson, Assistant Professor Work Organisation at JTH, organized the AI day.