Photo by: Embassy of Sweden Washington, DC

Swedish AI research is now on display at the House of Sweden, Washington DC. Wallenberg AI, Autonomous Systems and Software Program (WASP) is one of three main partners of the exhibition.

With its participation, WASP showcases research collaborations between academia and industry. It tells about how artificial intelligence accelerates the development of medicine, how the technology is used to improve the security of banks, and about how the latest developments enable new innovations in public safety. Interdisciplinary research on representation in synthetic data, a collaborative project between WASP and WASP-HS, is also shown.

The exhibition “Artificial Intelligence IRL: How Sweden is putting AI to good use” was inaugurated on March 28 and is open until February 2025. It is open to the public on weekends. During the year, the embassy will arrange several meetings and activities based on the exhibition’s theme.

Images from the exhibition with courtesy from the Embassy of Sweden, Washington, DC.

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Published: April 26th, 2024

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