Trustworthy AI Conference - 13th of February 2020 - Brussels
Artificial intelligence (AI) is set to become one of the most disruptive technological developments we have ever seen. AI is already a part of our every day life, and the more we involve and start to rely on AI, the more we'll need to be able to trust the recommendations and decisions that autonomous systems, AI solutions and robots make. Because whether you call it responsible AI, ethical AI, accountable AI, explainable AI, interpretable AI, etc, trust is going to be the key success factor in making the move from human-centered over augmented intelligence to artificial intelligence.
During this one-day conference on Trustworthy AI, we look at strategies, guidelines and technologies for building trust and explainability into the AI solutions of the future. For many critical applications like recruitment, lending, credit scoring, education, health care, housing, safety, ..., people will question automated "black box" solutions how they reach their conclusions, and whether these are unbiased, ethical and trustworthy.
This conference will address both the problems and the solutions, the opportunities and the challenges of trustworthy AI solutions. Topics at this conference include, but are not limited to:
If you are building human-centric AI applications, you should understand the associated opportunities and threats from a human-centric perspective, to ensure acceptance and deliver maximum business benefit, by building trust and explainability into your solutions.
Confirmed Speakers (you can still send in your proposal and we will let you know before the 10th of January 2020 (probably sooner) if you are selected):
|Compact Programme of the Trustworthy AI Conference:|
|Time||Room A||Room B|
|9h30||Words of Welcome by the Conference Chairmen (Rooms A + B)|
|10h30||Session Pitches: every speaker gets 1 minute to present his/her talk|
|11h00||Coffee/Tea, Networking and Exhibitions|
|11h30||Morning Presentations (all presentations are 30 minutes, with 15 minutes after these 2 presentations for Q&A|
|11h30 - 12h45||Cluster 1A: Business Track - Morning Sessions
||Cluster 1B: Technical Track - Morning Sessions
|12h45||Lunch, Networking and Exhibitions|
|14h00||Afternoon Presentations (all presentations are 30 minutes, with 15 minutes after these 3 presentations for Q&A|
|14h00-15h45||Cluster 2A: Business Track - Afternoon Session
||Cluster 2B: Technical Track - Afternoon Sessions
|15h45||Coffee/Tea, Networking and Room Switch|
|16h15||Closing Keynote: Patrick Van Eecke - The robots are coming: how Europe is planning to regulate Artificial Intelligence|
|17h15||End of the Conference, Start of the Networking Drink|
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