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  • Can AI understand human concepts? Interview with Riccardo Scandariato

    [15 Oct 2018] Riccardo Scandariato's main area of expertise is secure software engineering and privacy, with an emerging focus on artificial intelligence. Can "synthetic co-workers" help create more secure software? And how can autonomous cars understand and follow ethical reasoning? These are some of the questions in Riccardo's research.

  • Intel funds research to investigate major security flaws found in all modern processors

    [26 Sep 2018] At the beginning of 2018, computer security experts discovered that all modern processors have two major security flaws that can be used to access sensitive data, such as password or credit card information. A new research project at the Department of Computer Science and Engineering will investigate how to find and fix similar hardware bugs in the future, funded by a grant from Intel.

  • Article in Nature: AI technology as a tool for surveying scientific literature

    [11 Sep 2018] As artificially intelligent tools for literature and data exploration evolve, developers seek to automate how hypotheses are generated and validated. (Interview with Christian Berger in Nature.)

  • Award winning SCDI research

    [17 Aug 2018] The European Research Paper of the Year award recognizes the best, most solid and relevant European research papers of the past year. Fredrik Svahn, Lars Mathiassen, and Rikard Lindgren was recently awarded the Runner-up for their MIS Quarterly article ¿Embracing Digital Innovation in Incumbent Firms: How Volvo Cars Managed Competing Concerns¿. The prize was received June 11, during the CIONext conference in Brussels.

  • The engineer who switched to informatics - meet Fredrik Svahn

    [13 Aug 2018] As a recently graduated engineer in the late 1990's Fredrik Svahn early discovered the tension that appeared in large projects when traditional industry production went over to use digital software. Many years later Fredrik has started a research project where the intention is to do a survey of how Volvo Cars integrates the mechanics with modern electronics.

  • Research field: Citizen Science - interview with Marisa Ponti

    [4 Jul 2018] Marisa Ponti will spend a year of absence at the EU Commission's Joint Research Centre located in Ispra, Italy, working in the research programme "Digitranscope: Digital Transformation and Governance of Human Society".

  • From the Spring Ceremony 2018

    [26 Jun 2018] The 4th of June it was time for the annual Spring Ceremony at the IT Faculty. Here are the photos!

  • Can we trust a self-learning machine?

    [26 Feb 2018] Security and trust is needed before self-driving cars can finally be launched. With the help of machine learning and deep learning, key technologies are being developed that will take us there - the self-learning system.

  • Building a solid ground for cybersecurity

    [12 Feb 2018] Substantial tools and methods to counter the most common vulnerabilities on the web. Efforts to develop a secure internet of things for industrial use. Two new, extensive cybersecurity projects are about to start at the Department of Computer Science and Engineering.

  • How much can a computer understand?

    [17 Jan 2018] Machine learning has revolutionized computers understanding of language in just a few years. Yet they still do not truly understand what it is that they know.

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