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Applied artificial intelligence

Luleå University of Technology has many years of experience in applied artificial intelligence. Our ecosystem of AI-related research links directly to real-world applications in companies and industries. We contribute to safe and measurable AI innovations that make a difference in everyday life and that benefit society at large.

MOOC: An Introduction to Artificial Intelligence in the Tourism Industry

Discover how artificial intelligence is set to shape the future of tourism, in this introductory tourism management course.

Autonomous drones for safer mines

Autonomous drones can replace humans when monitoring gas toxicity after blasting in open-pit mines. Researchers in Robotics and AI at Luleå University of Technology are working together with Boliden and ABB to find solutions for a safer mining environment.

George Nikolakopoulos, Luleå University of Technology Photo: Linda Alfredsson
Researcher will have an impact on Robotics in Europe

George Nikolakopoulos, Professor of Robotics and AI at Luleå University of Technology, has been appointed member of the Board of Directors in euRobotics. – Becoming a member of the board is a proof of quality for our entire robotic team, George Nikolakopoulos says.

Working to ensure that AI are equal

Artificial intelligence can help create discrimination. That is why the Machine Learning Group at Luleå University of Technology works actively to ensure that future AI solutions combat inequalities and improve gender equality.

Photo: Sofia Stridsman
Autonomous robots useful from the underground to space

Researchers from Luleå University of Technology are developing the next generation of autonomous robots – which can be used for enabling the future autonomous exploration of planets as well as multiple search and rescue missions and explorations on Earth. The University's new Spot robot plays an important role in the research.

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Summer job with AI engine in the center

Six people have been hired to work on the AI-Factory Railway project, AIFR, during the summer. Most of them are students from different universities. In different ways, they will work with the development of an AI engine. "It is exciting and fun to work practically with what you read about in theory", says Martin Arenbro, who is studying civil engineering, computer technology.