Q: I have just filled in the information required on the platform Ignite Magic. Does it mean that my startup is now part of the landscape?
A: No. An evaluation committee will assess your information and make the final decision. This evaluation takes place before the next launch of the AI landscape. This means that you might have to wait a few months before we confirm whether your startup will be featured in the landscape or not.
Q: How often will the landscape be updated?
A: We are aiming to update it every 6 months.
Q: Where will the landscape be published?
A: The landscape is part of the European AI Startup Landscape and it will be published on its website. Click here to check it out. Only your startup name, logo website and a short description will be published on the website.
Q: What information about my startup does the evaluation committee have access to?
A: Apart from your startup name, description, logo and website, the evaluation committee has access to the answers to the six specific questions that you filled out in your application. These questions include the type of AI and data you work with, the datasets you have access to, the datasets you train your model on and its size, the number of AI engineers in your team and if you have had support from academia.
Q: The information that I provide in my application is confidential, right?
A: Yes! Any information you provide us is and will be strictly confidential.
Q: What happens if the evaluation committee doesn't approve my startup?
A: Your startup won't be part of the next update of the landscape, but no one will know that it has been evaluated either. Don’t worry! The evaluation committee will re-consider your applications prior to every update of the landscape.
Q: I don't wish to be a part of the AI Landscape anymore. How should I proceed?
A: Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will remove you from the landscape.
AI Sweden is the Swedish National Center for applied Artificial Intelligence, supported by the Swedish government and the public and private sectors across the country. The mission is to increase the use of AI for the benefit of our society, Swedish competitiveness, and for everyone living in Sweden.
To achieve this, AI Sweden runs projects of national interest in areas such as information-driven healthcare, AI solutions for the Swedish language, data-driven journalism, and AI to help tackle climate change. The center provides targeted training for partners and the general public. The Data Factory enables partners of AI Sweden to make available and access data and make use of computing power and storage capacity in AI projects.
Ignite Sweden is a national program that aims to establish tighter bonds between Sweden’s vibrant startup scene and the country's thriving, established companies.
Since its start in 2017, Ignite has organized matchmaking events in Sweden and abroad connecting 648 startups with 216 corporates, resulting in 3602 meetings and most importantly 230+ commercial collaborations.
Ignite Sweden is led by Kista Science City, LEAD, Minc, Sahlgrenska Science Park, Sting, THINGS and Uminova Innovation, and coordinated by SISP – Swedish Incubators and Science Parks. It is co-funded by Vinnova – Sweden’s innovation agency, the Swedish Energy Agency and Tillväxtverket - the Swedish Agency for Economic and Regional Growth.