Love Ekenberg holds a PhD in Computer Science and a PhD in Mathematics. He is Professor of Computer Science at Stockholm University and holds a UNESCO Chair, as well as an ICDE Chair. He has over 25 years’ experience of involvement in the development and application of new concepts, methods and models for decision support, risk analysis and decision analysis. Furthermore, he has extensive practical experience in a number of sectors in Sweden and internationally with modelling the cost of risk, urban development, procurement, analysis of the telecom sector, and evaluations of energy and flood strategies.Harald Kjellin is Professor of Computer and Systems Sciences at Stockholm University. He received a PhD in Artificial Intelligence in 1994, and has since applied his research to systems used in public administration in most Swedish cities. His research is focused on knowledge acquisition, knowledge management and digital transformation. He also has 25 years of consultancy experience in management with specialisations in communication, decision-making, negotiation skills, and power play in organisations.Kristina Sygel is a medical doctor and specialist in both general and forensic psychiatry. She has worked for almost 20 years as a doctor in the UK and Sweden, and is currently a consultant at the National Board of Forensic Medicine, Sweden. She received a PhD in Forensic Psychiatry from Karolinska Institutet, Sweden, and her research focuses on simulation in the assessment and treatment of perpetrators of violence and the use of computer-based decision support in psychiatry.