On Thursday, 7 March, Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden visited the Google headquarters in Stockholm.
The Crown Princess was welcomed to the office by Google’s Sweden Chief Anna Wikland and the head of Social Policy Sara Övreby. While there she was given a tour of their offices and learned about their operations in Sweden.
Her Royal Highness was also given a presentation which included how Google uses Artificial Intelligence (AI). The Head of Sweden’s Google Cloud, Eva Fors explained “how Google works to get Swedish companies to develop and grow with the help of digitisation,” according to the Royal Court.
Crown Princess Victoria also spent time in the sound lab where she saw how new products are evaluated alongside Google employees Anna Wikland and Maria Palmqvist. Victoria then viewed the hardware work for audio products with Richard Herlitz. Her Royal Highness was provided opportunities to try out some of the products, as well.
Before concluding her visit, the Crown Princess saw a presentation of how Google has the potential to be used for the development of smart products at home.