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Information regarding the war in Ukraine
Have you or a colleague written a new book? Received an award or research grant/s? Are you planning an interdisciplinary conference and expect interesting guests? Have you been interviewed? Or written an article in a newspaper? Or something else that might be interesting or important for all employees at the faculty to be informed of.
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Wednesday 29 November
Create in Makerspace, play games and explore our exhibitions. enjoy a movie in the dome theater Free admission under 20!
Today at 17:00 - 21:00
Friday 1 December
How do existing laws affect AI-assisted art? What types of legal issues arise at each layer of the AI production stack?
Friday 1 December at 12:15 - 13:00
Getting to and from Umeå
The Swedish Migration Agency
Does your research have a connection to the Baltic Sea region or Eastern Europe, regardless of discipline? On Monday, 27 November, from 9 to 11 AM, the Foundation for Baltic and East European Studies invite you to a digital information meeting about their various forms of funding for 2024.
Students can now manage their student work that contains sensitive personal data in a customized collaboration site in Teams in Microsoft 365. The responsible teacher or supervisor orders the site.
Apply for the MIRAI 2.0 short course "Gerontechnology for health, participation, and quality of life". This short course intends to bring together doctoral students and postdocs from Swedish and Japanese member universities.
A new website can be found on Aurora with advice on how teachers can relate to artificial intelligence, AI, (such as Chat GPT) in teaching and examination.