Mikael Anneroth

Expert Human and Society Perspective of ICT

Ericsson, Board member Viable Cities

Mikael Anneroth holds an expert position at Ericsson Research,
studying the use of ICT and communication systems from the
human and society perspective. Special interest is given to AI &
Ethics, Sustainability and Smart Urban Development. Mikael has
been working with the impact of digitalisation, user experience and
interaction design for mobile and fixed communication systems at
Ericsson since 1995.
In addition to several publications and patents within the area he
has participated at panels and as invited speaker at international
conferences and seminars. He has long working experience from
international standardisation, university collaborations and research foras. He is currently
sitting on the board for the Swedish Innovation Program Viable Cities and as an expert within
U4SSC at ITU.
Mikael has a Master of Science degree in Applied Physics and Electrical Engineering from
Linköping Institute of Technology, Sweden.

Mikael Anneroth

Expert Human and Society Perspective of ICT

Ericsson, Board member Viable Cities

Mikael Anneroth holds an expert position at Ericsson Research,
studying the use of ICT and communication systems from the
human and society perspective. Special interest is given to AI &
Ethics, Sustainability and Smart Urban Development. Mikael has
been working with the impact of digitalisation, user experience and
interaction design for mobile and fixed communication systems at
Ericsson since 1995.
In addition to several publications and patents within the area he
has participated at panels and as invited speaker at international
conferences and seminars. He has long working experience from
international standardisation, university collaborations and research foras. He is currently
sitting on the board for the Swedish Innovation Program Viable Cities and as an expert within
U4SSC at ITU.
Mikael has a Master of Science degree in Applied Physics and Electrical Engineering from
Linköping Institute of Technology, Sweden.