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Artificial Intelligence (AI) at Örebro University

Amy Loutfi, pro-vice-chancellor for artificial intelligence at Örebro University, sits outside the Robotlab.

With its strong research environment AASS, a growing number of collaborations with universities and companies, both nationally and internationally, as well as an offensive initiative for AI training for working professionals, Örebro University is a hub for AI development in Sweden.

Örebro University’s management has designated Artificial Intelligence (AI) as a prioritised focus area. There are some fifty AI researchers are working with developing solutions and platforms within AI, robotics and autonomous systems. Through collaboration with other universities, companies and innovative environments – as well as training inititives designed for working professionals – we ensure that our research and expertise reaches far outside our campus.