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Autonomus cars driverless self-driving Nissan Barry Brown

Self-driving cars confuse pedestrians

Barry Brown, points out that while robot cars are safe their actions can sometimes seem strange to pedestrians or other drivers who struggle to know what they are going to do next.

Barry Brown Autonomous cars

Teslas in autopilot can make lane changes considered as rude by human drivers

Press-clip. Barry Brown found that Teslas in autopilot can make lane changes in ways that would be considered rude by human drivers. Article in The Guardian.

THE world ranking Timed Higher Education

Stockholm University in shared second place in Sweden within Computer science

In the newly released 2018 Times Higher Education World University Rankings by subject, Stockholm University is found at 151-175 within Computer Science.

Salah Addin ElShekeil

DSV students rewarded for master thesis in the field of IT security

Master students Salah Addin ElShekeil and Saran Laoyookhong were awarded the ISACA Sweden Chapter's master thesis scholarship in the field of IT security for the master thesis ”GDPR Privacy by Design - From Legal Requirements to Technical Solutions”.

Photo of Oskar Juhlin, Department of Computer and Systems Sciences, Stockholm University.

Software revolutionizes the fashion industry

Unlimited opportunities to integrate technology into everyday clothes hamper when a focus is not on software development, Oskar Juhlin says, in El Espectador.

Lazar Rusu & Gianluigi Viscusi

New book: Information Technology Governance in Public Organizations - Theory and Practice

Lazar Rusu from Stockholm University, Sweden and Gianluigi Viscusi from École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland are the editors of a recently published book by Springer that is entitled “Information Technology Governance in Public Organizations – Theory and Practice”.