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New AI method makes self-driving vehicles better drivers
A cyclist drops out of sight for a few seconds behind a car – a not-so-uncommon traffic situation for us humans. But for a self-driving vehicle, the cyclist ceases to exist. “We have succeeded in developing a new way for self-driving vehicles to...
Researchers investigating how AI affects the labour market
Artificial Intelligence (AI) affects the labour market. Researchers at Örebro University will now find out how. “This knowledge is necessary to make correct decisions in the future,” says Magnus Lodefalk, researcher in economics.
SEK 4 million for research on more human-centred artificial intelligence
Working together with robots and AI systems in the future will need to be more proactive and human-centred. This is the goal of Professor Alessandro Saffiotti’s research project, which has received SEK 4 million in funding from the Swedish Research...
Silicon Valley next stop for Ravi’s innovation: “It feels amazing’”
Silicon Valley has made a name for itself as the breeding ground for world-renowned tech companies like Apple, Google, and Facebook. Now an innovation from Örebro has made its way over there.
Study on PFAS and fatty liver disease – women more affected than men
Women are affected to a greater degree than men when exposed to PFAS, a group of highly fluorinated chemicals. A study from Örebro University shows how PFAS affect metabolism and lead to liver damage, so-called fatty liver disease.