European AI Forum (2020-12-10)
Following the success of the first European AI Forum held in June, the second edition aims to check in with policymakers in Brussels and Member States to examine new developments relating to AI in terms of digital and green policies and business uptake.
Strengthening European AI to compete worldwide
To this day Europe falls short in providing a European equivalent to the big American and Chinese technology companies even though potential, expertise and knowledge are abundant. On this panel, entrepreneurs, experts from science and policymakers illuminate the current Status Quo of European AI and discuss possible future strategies, incentives and policymaking needed to push forth a competitive European AI.
Making Europe a climate neutral continent with AI
This panel discusses the potential that lies at the application of AI to the challenges of climate change and for the protection of our environment. It seeks to identify the framework needed for this objective, the possible ways of using AI in and for sustainability and evaluates what impact can be ultimately hoped for.
The State as the first client: A model to ignite Europe’s AI industry
At the moment, European AI R&D is still in a fledgling state, largely due to a lack of critical mass of demand that is needed for the AI industry to flourish. To ignite the AI ecosystem, Member States have the potential to be the ideal first client by seeking AI solutions to some of the public sector’s key challenges.