Information and Communication Technologies

AI, Data and Robotics Partnership SRIDA Information session (session 2)

To deliver the greatest benefit to Europe from AI, data and robotics, this partnership will drive innovation, acceptance and uptake of these technologies. The partnership will boost new markets, applications and attract investment, to create technical, economic and societal value for business, citizens and the environment.

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AI, Data and Robotics Partnership SRIDA Information session (session 1)

To deliver the greatest benefit to Europe from AI, data and robotics, this partnership will drive innovation, acceptance and uptake of these technologies. The partnership will boost new markets, applications and attract investment, to create technical, economic and societal value for business, citizens and the environment.

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COVID-19 AND CONTACT TRACING APPS

The AI4EU Web Café provides the users with possibilities to participate virtually in live sessions with experts on specific AI domain or areas of interests.

The upcoming AI4EU Web Café Session: 

On Wednesday , June 17th at 3 pm

Anna Franziska Michel, (CEO & Founder YOONA TECHNOLOGY), with her talk on: Fashion industry can not long resist new technologies any longer.

Title: Will the fashion industry survive without AI?

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WEBseries for Broadband Competence Offices: 'Enabling conditions' and '5G'

This series of webinars (until June 30th, 2020) will cover enabling conditions and 5G. The sessions on enabling conditions will focus on the conditions Member States will need to meet in connection with broadband programming under the new multiannual financial framework (MFF). The sessions on 5G will address use cases as well as the development of 5G communities. Registration is open to all members of the European Broadband Competence Offices (BCOs) Network. The agenda will be made available to participants directly.

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Webinar - AI4Cities global Open Market Consultation

The AI4Cities project brings together six European cities and regions looking for AI solutions in the fields of mobility and energy to accelerate their path to carbon neutrality. Helsinki, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Paris Region, Stavanger and Tallinn (‘The Buyers Group’) are following a pre-commercial procurement (PCP) approach to challenge suppliers that can respond to these needs. Throughout the whole challenge-based procurement, a total of 4.6 million euros will be divided among the selected suppliers.

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