What is Elements of AI?

What is Elements of AI?

Registrations for the Spring 2020 course round are open! KTHAIS Elements of AI is a free-of-charge mini-course organized...


Partnership with McKinsey & Company

Hello, fellow KTHAISers! We are thrilled to announce our partnership with McKinsey & Company! They are now the society's main partner and will open up a new world of possibilities for us in terms of events, projects and impact. Their analytics...

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Our mission

At KTHAIS, we believe in the creative force of ambitious students to, from the very onset of their careers, explore and shape the future of technology. To this effect, we are inclusive of all backgrounds and seek out collaborations with other parties to achieve maximum impact in all endeavours that spike our curiosity. We organise networking events, educational lectures, workshops, hackathons and research projects for students by students.

Our goals

Provide all students at KTH with working knowledge of AI and its impacts on society in general and their specific field in particular.

Cultivate collaboration between academia and industry to promote job placement and business creation.

Broadcast new insights and results stemming from our activities to further the development and adoption of universally beneficial AI.

Our history

  • An idea is born

    August 2018

    Alexander Jacobsen came to Filip Matz with an idea: To create a driven community of people interested in AI at KTH that could enable students to change the future of the field.

  • Out the gates running

    January 2019

    A core team is recruited and several soon to be successful projects are planned. Massive positive feedback is received from the KTH student community and KTHAIS becomes the fastest growing organisation at KTH.

  • The first KTH AI day

    September 2019

    Over 150 students attend KTHAIS flagship event at Nymble. Members join Ericsson and Accenture during workshops, listen to a panel discussion with AI Startups and chat with the wonderful Furhat of Furhat Robotics.

  • Brand new start

    January 2020

    A new board was elected for the year of 2020 and a long-term partnership with McKinsey & Company was signed. 2020 is looking to be the greatest year yet for KTHAIS.

Project group

Emelie Sundström


Filip Matz


Isak Engström