FLOX Robotics Part of ”Artificial Intelligence IRL: How Sweden is Putting AI to Good Use” Exhibition in Washington D.C.

Washington D.C., March 26, 2024 – FLOX Robotics is proud to be part of the ”Artificial Intelligence IRL: How Sweden is Putting AI to Good Use” exhibition, held at the House of Sweden in Washington D.C. The exhibition, which opens today, March 26, 2024, at 6:30 PM, shines a spotlight on the beneficial uses of artificial intelligence, spearheaded by Swedish innovators to foster a more open society, a healthier world, and a greener planet.

The exhibition is set to run through the end of the year, with a potential extension into 2025, allowing ample time for visitors to explore the impactful and positive uses of AI in daily life.

Organized by the embassy of Sweden in collaboration with the Swedish Institute, the exhibition aims to demystify AI, focusing on its real-life impacts and the potential for societal progress. ”Artificial Intelligence IRL” showcases the leading efforts of Swedish companies and organizations in utilizing AI technology for the greater good, aligning with themes of environmental sustainability and societal welfare.

FLOX Robotics’ solutions perfectly align with the exhibition’s objectives to present AI applications that are innovative and significantly contribute towards a healthier world and the betterment of society.

The event is more than a technological showcase; it’s a forum for ideas and discussions on the future of AI in real-world applications. A roundtable discussion titled ”What AI will Mean for Transatlantic Trade and Private Sector Partnerships” will also take place, providing a platform for dialogue on the implications of AI for international cooperation and trade.

FLOX Robotics warmly invites everyone to the House of Sweden for the exhibition’s opening, offering an opportunity to delve into the discussions about artificial intelligence’s role in society. The exhibition provides a unique chance to explore groundbreaking AI applications and network with leading experts from both the United States and Sweden.

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