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Örebro researcher leads research effort of EU initiative for a common AI platform
The EU is investing EUR 20 million in a European platform to make artificial intelligence available to everyone. The three-year programme brings together 79 partners from across Europe, and the research effort is led by Örebro professor Alessandro...
Örebro University receives EU award for its recruitment of researchers
Örebro University is one of the first higher education institutions in Sweden to receive the HR Excellence in Research Award from the European Commission for its efforts for good working conditions and transparency in the recruitment of researchers and...
Fewer and poorer quality sperm
Örebro researchers have identified a gene that is essential in producing sperm in zebrafish. The next step is to test whether the same is true in humans.
Twenty-year collaboration between Örebro and Stanford on pain in newborns
“For me, it all started with a girl named Emma and her need for heart surgery,” says Stanford professor Kanwaljeet Anand. He has now been appointed honorary doctor at Örebro University – after 20 years of collaboration with Professor Mats Eriksson on the...
People at the focus of future AI systems
A new network uniting AI with social sciences and the humanities has been formed at Örebro University. “Artificial intelligence can help us create a better world, but we need to be better at designing AI with a focus on human beings and sustainability,”...