Nordic Ethical AI Landscape

Project 2022 - 2024 Active

The purpose of the Nordic Ethical AI Landscape project is to create an overview showcasing Nordic companies specialized in ethical AI and responsible use of data. The landscape addresses the question of how Nordic businesses can best position themselves at the forefront of legislative, technical and ethical developments in order to become leading in the AI & Data field.

A business tool for Nordic companies

The Nordic Ethical Landscape will work as a business tool and a quality stamp for Nordic companies, and they can use it in their own branding and communication.

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The Landscape can be used by companies looking to improve the ethics of their AI solutions, while investors and other stakeholders can draw upon it as a knowledge repository to find potential investment targets and collaborators in their own AI journey. The landscape can also function as an information tool in sourcing new collaboration partners, potential customers, subcontractors and investment prospects as well as a knowledge repository. 

How to become a member of the landscape

Members of the landscape are selected based on a range of criteria related to ethical use of AI. If you want to know more about the specific criteria and what it takes to become a part of the landscape, please contact us at: or

The Nordic Ethical AI Landscape will be updated on a regular basis. If you represent a company or an institution working to foster the application of ethical AI – or know such a company or institution – please fill in the form on EAIDB’s website for submission.

Project partners

The Nordic Ethical AI Landscape is developed in collaboration with Ethical AI Database (EAIDB) and Ethical AI Governance Group (EAIGG).

If you want to know more about the Nordic Ethical AI Landscape and the methodology behind it, please have a look at EAIDB.


The Nordic Ethical AI Landscape is funded under the AI and Data program which is one of the eight initiatives launched by the five Nordic Ministers of Trade and Industry.

Our aim is that the landscape can be used as a platform for matching companies and organizations within the Nordics, to help them on their ethical AI journey. In this way, we hope to propel ethical AI capabilities in Nordic companies to help to foster a competitive advantage which is needed to meet the Nordic Council of Ministers’ 2030 vision in AI & Data to become world leading in digitalization, ethical AI and responsible use of AI.

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Olivia Rekman - Innovation Adviser

Olivia Rekman

Innovation Adviser
Prior to joining Nordic Innovation in 2022, Olivia has worked for several years as an innovation consultant. In her role, she helped international consortiums of SMEs, start-ups and large companies as well as universities, to secure soft funding for green & deep-tech innovation projects. Olivia holds an MSc in International Business & Politics, and founded a CSR consultancy in 2010. Besides her experience in navigating innovation ecosystems and international business development & public policy analysis, Olivia has lived and worked in all Scandinavian countries.

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