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2018/06/27 Cooperation with ELLIS, Participation in EU High-Level Expert Group

Ongoing conversations with supporters of ELLIS have resulted in an agreement to jointly push for common infrastructure, including compute resources “at Google scale”. Such infrastructure is critical for cutting-edge research in many areas of AI, including machine learning, automated reasoning, multi-agent systems and robotics. There is now substantial overlap in the group of supporters of the ELLIS and CLAIRE initiatives, which share key goals, including the support of young researchers and those on their way to becoming the next generation of excellent AI researchers. We see much value in the ELLIS proposal for supporting excellence in machine learning and fields directly impacted by machine learning in Europe, and we are pleased to be working with supporters of the ELLIS initiative towards realising our common goals.

Today, the EU high-level expert group on artificial intelligence (HLG-AI) had its first meeting in Brussels. Six key supporters of CLAIRE are members of the HLG-AI. While HLG-AI has a broad agenda, part of its mission can be achieved by our proposal for strengthening and integrating AI research and innovation in Europe, and we look forward to working with the HLG-AI towards helping them reach that goal. For CLAIRE, participation in the HLG-AI is an important component of working with representatives of the European Union and the European Commission, and we are very pleased to see this work getting underway.

 

 

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