Are you curious about augmented intelligence? Save the date for 13th of May, 13.00-15:00, where PAI (Platform for Augmented Intelligence) will offer you some of the best expertise in the field and open a call to action.

There is no doubt that human participation and interaction is one of the most important factors of the next wave of AI technologies, and visual interfaces will thus play a crucial role in the success of AI in all its forms. The webinar will present three emerging projects at the forefront of exploring human-automation collaboration and ask you to join us, as Visual Sweden actors, to shape the future of augmented intelligence together. Welcome to the launch of the next phase of PAI!



  • Introduction to the Platform for Augmented Intelligence
  • Inspiration from the first-half:
    • Human operators and AI working together at the airport to handle baggages
    • How augmented intelligence can empower heart surgeries
  • Invitation to collaboration
    • Human-automation collaboration in augmented environments (HACAE): Exploring how people and AI can work together through AR and tangible interaction.
  • Break 15 mins
    • Human-automation interaction analysis tools for immersive and traditional environments (HAIA): Developing tools for analysing and describing human-automation interactions, focusing on applications in virtual reality for training and qualification in complex situations. 
    • Modelling, analysis and visualization of machine learning and AI (MAVMA): Developing and understanding robust AI/ML technologies and behaviour to explore how such technologies can be efficiently used to support a human data analyst.

Detailed agenda

In the webinar, you will have a brief overview of the platform as well as the outcomes from our collaborative projects that took place in the first-half. One example is the joint work we did with Toyota Material Handling in Mjölby on exploring possible futures of human-AI collaboration in autonomous warehouses. This platform project adopted an effective co-production and co-design approach in which Toyota employees became directly involved in the design process which resulted in both successful industrial and academic outputs: on the one hand, it generated an interactive prototype presented to the public and business stakeholders in various occasions that demonstrates a future vision of how humans and the AI can work together to run a semi-autonomous baggage handling system at the airport. On the other hand, the project generated an academic publication on the design process that will be presented soon at one of the most prestigious conferences in the field of human-computer interaction.

After the overview and inspiration, Ahmet Börütecene, Patric Ljung and Jonas Unger — researchers from the division of Media and Information Technology at Linköping University — will introduce three stimulating projects mentioned above.

At the end of the presentations, we will open a call-to-action and get in touch with those who are interested in these projects to discuss possible collaboration opportunities in the first week of June.

We are looking forward to seeing you!

We’ll send the registered participants the link and also publish it here closer to the webinar.




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