Beyond ChatGPT: How can Europe get ahead in generative AI?
When? Thursday, May 25th (14:00 – 16:00)
Where? Brussels, Belgium @ the European Parliament | Room A5G1
What? In-person event (by invitation) + Public Online Event (by registration)
How to Register? Fill out this form to get the streaming link (Deadline: Tuesday, May 23rd)
More information about the event can be found here: https://www.humane-ai.eu/event/humaneai-parliament/
AI and Mental Health Series
27 & 29 March 2023 | online
CLAIRE | Brussels
The relationship between AI and mental health is reciprocal and can be a double-edged sword: AI is now increasingly being used as a tool to help mental health researchers and clinicians in understanding how our brain functions. The use of neuroscience-inspired AI holds great promise in discovering new regimes for treatment, diagnosis, and prevention. At the same, we also often encounter real world cases depicting how AI can affect our mental well-being, such as the case of addictive algorithms and how recommender systems can manipulate behaviors.
In this two-part online events, we will explore these two sides of the coin:
Webinar: AI as a tool for Mental Health
On March 27 at 4PM CET, we will dedicate 1.5 hours on discovering how AI transforms our understanding of brain functions and how it helps in psychiatric practices e.g. diagnosis, treatment, prevention. We will be joined by neuroscientists, psychiatrists, and AI developers to bring use cases and future applications.
All-Questions-Asked (AQuA event): Impact of AI on our Mental Well-being
On March 29 at 10AM, we open the floor for you to ask our multidisciplinary panel of experts about the link of online algorithms and recommender systems to our mental well-being, especially in this day and age where we interact with AI more often, unconsciously. In this AQuA forum, we will tackle the ways by which algorithms (in social media and other platforms) impacts us, our behaviors, our way of thinking, and some mental disorders associated with these everyday technologies.
CLAIRE AQuA: ChatGPT and Large Language Models
8 March 2023 | 16:00-17:00 CET | online
CLAIRE | Prague
Save the date for the next All Questions Answered (AQuA) Event on ChatGPT and Large Language Models!
Sustainability & Robotics Series – Webinar 1: Getting Started!
7 March 2023 | 15:00 CET | online
CLAIRE | Brussels
Robotics and AI hold great promise to help solve the challenges related to sustainability, while there is at the same time the possibility that they outbalance the positive impact they aim to achieve. It is up to the AI and Robotics community to shape their role on how to help address sustainability and strive for a positive impact only.
This first webinar focuses on
- How AI and Robotics can help to address the challenges of sustainability.
- Why the AI and Robotics community should consider sustainability as an integrated part of their work.
- What the challenges are for academia and industry in AI and Robotics to balance the positive and negative contributions towards sustainability.
Let’s get started!
We are happy to announce the next TDW on “AI for Future Energy & Sustainability” which will take place online via Zoom on the 23rd of February 2023.
For this workshop, we are looking for strategic thinkers and AI researchers from industry as well as academic institutions and other interested parties in the energy sector. You should be open to discuss and contribute long-term strategic topics and challenges as well as more focused short-to mid-term activities. We are welcoming participants at all career stages and levels from all over Europe to include multiple and different perspectives.
Register by 31 January 2023, 18:00 CET. Via this form, you also have the opportunity to suggest topics for the workshop. Further information about the program will be available in January. With your pre-registration, you will receive an update as soon as possible.
For any questions or suggestions please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org!
CLAIRE All Questions Answered Event 2023:
“All you ever wanted to know about how CLAIRE shapes the future of AI in Europe”
18 January 2023 | 16:00 – 17:00 CET | online
The CLAIRE All Questions Answered (AQuA) Series continues with a much requested AQuA focused on CLAIRE itself! Join us on 18 January 2023 on the CLAIRE YouTube Channel and put your questions directly to a panel of CLAIRE’s top leadership, from across the CLAIRE Networks and activities. Find out more about CLAIRE’s plans for 2023 and beyond, including updates on the various CLAIRE Networks, CLAIRE’s Strategic Agenda for AI for Research and Innovation in Europe (SAFARI) and more.
Your questions will be answered by
- Marie Anastacio, Rising Researchers Network Kernel Team, CLAIRE
- Emanuela Girardi, Extended Core Team, CLAIRE
- Holger Hoos, Chair of the Board of Directors, Director of Research, CLAIRE
- Morten Irgens, Vice-Chair of the Board of Directors, Director of Innovation, CLAIRE
- Ana Paiva, Extended Core Team, CLAIRE
- Philipp Slusallek, Vice-Chair of the Board of Directors, Director of Strategy, CLAIRE
All Questions Answered (AQuA) on “AI, Robotics & Human Augmentation”
CLAIRE & euRobotics: Does anybody need humanoids?
9 December 2022 | 14:00 – 15:00 CET | online
Do we need humanoids? Do robots play a significant role in the future? Bring your questions to our upcoming All Questions Answered (AQuA) Event on “AI, Robotics & Human Augmentation” in partnership with euRobotics.
Join us online via CLAIRE Youtube Channel: https://lnkd.in/eAjhRedR
Your questions will be answered by
Workshop on Artificial Intelligence
12 & 13 September 2022
The Czech-French AI Workshop is jointly organised by the Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the French Embassy in Prague, the Czech Institute of Informatics, Robotics and Cybernetics CTU in Prague, and Inria, with the support of other partners and synergic networks.
The aim is to bring together leading experts from various AI fields, entrepreneurs and decision-makers. The event should be a platform for connecting the key stakeholders active in the development and application of digital technologies and AI. The workshop will include a high-level session with key stakeholders and a session on impact and industry.
The workshop is in-person or online upon registration – please register and join the discussions.
“Responsible AI: From Ethical Principles to Organisational Processes”
with Ricardo Chavarriaga
07.00 – ca. 08.30 am @ Technopark Winterthur organized by Digital Hub Winterthur
15 September 2022
The future legal framework for Artificial Intelligence systems will require companies to certify that the systems they develop meet the requirements of transparency, fairness, reliability and security. Bridging the gap between ethical principles and organisational processes that make this possible is not easy. Ricardo Chavarriaga reports on this challenge at the Digital Breakfast and presents examples of applied research to support AI certification.
Theme Development Workshop on AI for Future Manufacturing
10 May 2022 | 9:00 – 17:00 CET
The TDW Organising Team from CLAIRE, TAILOR and VISION is delighted to announce the joint Theme Development Workshop “AI for Future Manufacturing”, which will take place via Zoom on the 10th of May 2022.
During these two days, the participants will have the opportunity to discuss with other experts the importance and the use of AI in the Manufacturing Sector. Further information about the topics and the programme can be found in the flyer, some more general information about Theme Development Workshops and its target groups is available via the VISION website.
cross-cutting Theme Development Workshop
“AI: Mitigating Bias and Disinformation”
18 May 2022 | 9:00 – 17:00 CET
The TDW Organising Team from CLAIRE, AI4Media, HumanE-AI-Net, TAILOR and VISION is delighted to announce the first cross-cutting Theme Development Workshop “AI: Mitigating Bias and Disinformation”, which will take place via Zoom on the 18th of May 2022.
During these two days, the participants will have the opportunity to discuss with other experts the importance of mitigating bias and disinformation in Artificial Intelligence. Further information about the topics and the programme can be found in the flyer, some more general information about Theme Development Workshops and its target groups is available via the VISION website.