Today Stockholm Science City (SSCi) publish a report entitled Artificiell Intelligens och machine learning för sjukvård och life science. The report is authored by Henrik Ahlén and provides an overview the technological advances during the last couple of years that has enabled implementation of artificial intelligence (AI) in a growing number of services and applications. It also lists companies and organisations that are active in the field and develops health related products based on different types of AI technologies.
The purpose of the report is to survey the field of AI and provide a starting-point for SSCi’s strategic work with tying together individuals and organizations that are active in the field in the Stockholm area. SSCi aim to bring science, health care, industry and urban developers together to spur innovation and strengthen the Stockholm region. One part of that is to highlight current topics and create arenas that can lead to interdisciplinary collaborations.
The report (in Swedish) is available via the link below.