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Reports on gender equality

Here we list current reports about gender equality.

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Current reports

Hur AI can contribute to increased gender equality

The report below is part of the series of reports on how AI can contribute to increased gender equality. It summarizes the lessons and insights gained from previously implemented efforts.

Author: Sophia Ivarsson together with Garance Legrand, Edvin Stertman and Hanna Lycken.

AI to promote gender equality - a learning summary.pdf

Mapping and analysis of how AI can promote gender equality

In collaboration with Ramboll and the Women in AI network, Vinnova has produced two reports that investigate how artificial intelligence (AI) can be used as a tool to contribute to increased gender equality.

I Rambolls's report gives an overview of which AI applications exist today that are applied to gender equality problems, nationally and internationally. The report also describes how AI could be applied to gender equality problems, what obstacles exist to it today and suggestions for future initiatives.

The report from Women in AI compiles the results from workshops held in different countries and arranged by Women in AI. In these workshops, AI and gender experts have participated to develop proposals for solutions linked to gender equality challenges in each country and where AI could be applied to contribute to solving these.

Read the report from Ramboll: AI for gender equality – Addressing inequality through AI

Read the report from Women in AI: AI for gender equality


Do you have questions about how Vinnova works with gender equality and gender perspectives? Feel free to contact one of us.

Moa Persdotter

Programme manager

+46 8 473 30 17

Sophia Ivarsson

Programme Manager

+46 8 473 31 60

Last updated 23 February 2023

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