Networking event: "Scalable and Trustworthy AI"

23 ( evening before) – 24. November 2022 at Hotel Estrel Berlin, Sonnenallee 225, 10257 Berlin

This is the first event of the AI Innovation Contest that can take place in presence. Therefore, the evening before the event on 23.11. will be the prelude to a cross-project exchange and getting to know each other personally. Regarding the program focus platform economy of the AI Innovation Competition, achieved goals of the funded projects and the overall program shall be presented and discussed together on November 24th. In view of the upcoming completion of the projects of the first funding call, the focus will be on exploitation perspectives and findings that can be taken into account in subsequent projects.

The program includes moderated discussions on recycling ways, technological aspects and cross-cutting challenges such as in the legal field. All project participants of the entire funding program are explicitly invited. Therefore, please feel free to forward the invitation to any associated partners of your project that you would like us to address, but whom we are not allowed to address ourselves.

Day 2: 24.11.2022

11:15 – 12:15:

What makes good technical platforms for AI-based services and how can they be operated?

Project representatives will discuss technical challenges and solutions in working out the exploitation perspective of their platforms.

Dr. Volker Ahrens, Advaneo GmbH, (PAIRS): “Trustworthy Data Exchange through Data Spaces using the Example of Resilience and Sustainability Data Space “

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