A brainstorming Event
Artificial intelligence (AI) is already used in various fields of applications. AI is a promising technology to increase social well-being, enhance the common good and foster innovation. In order to achieve those goals, AI has to be trustworthy. According to the European Commission, AI should be lawful, ethical and robust. But what does this mean in practice and what are challenges to implement trustworthy solutions?
Together with Keep-Current Meetup, the Vienna Business Agency is organizing a brainstorming event. Carina Zehetmaier (taxtastic), David Reichl (European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights), Stefan Gindl (Research Studios Austria) will present different facets of trustworthiness in three keynotes. Afterwards, participants and speakers will discuss challenges and various aspects of trustworthy AI followed by networking and finger food.
From the current perspective, the event is planned as a physical event with a maximum of 25 people. If it is not possible to host an event on site due to the measures related to Covid-19, it will be switched to a virtual event.
If you have any questions, please contact Georg Sedblauer.
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It should be noted that photographs will be taken at the event location and may be published for the purposes of documenting the event.
Your health is very important to us!
Compliance with the 3-G-rule (tested, recovered, vaccinated) is required. Please have the proof ready and show it upon entry.
We request that all attendees to wear mouth-nose protection when entering the venue. Please do not attend the event if you have
- any respiratory ailments or symptoms of illness
- had any contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19 or been in close proximity to a suspected case.
Information and networking are co-funded by the European Fund for regional development as part of the „IC3 Innovation by Co-Operation, Co-Creation and Community Building“ project. Additional information on the IWB/EFRE funding programme
09:00 – 13:00
Mariahilfer Straße 20, 1070 Wien