The third edition of the European AI Forum will have a look into the new AI regulation draft. We will have a focus on European AI and how European AI can sell products in the world and also, look at sandboxes and how to make them efficient. On the last days of the Portuguese Presidency and as a new Trio takes the Council of the EU helm, European AI Associations invite you to join us in finding the right answers on :
*The AI Act - the future foundation of the EU’s AI ecosystem?
*AI “made in EU” - how to scale and export AI from Europe ?
*AI regulatory sandboxes - from theory to reality
The European Commission released its first draft of a European AI regulation. It proposes a risk-based approach to regulating high-risk AI products and banning certain applications. The goal of the regulation is to generate trust in AI solutions and create a safe and human-centred AI ecosystem in Europe. We are very pleased to be joined by one of the leading figures behind the proposal:
Head of AI Policy Development & Coordination Unit European Commission
Head of Public Policy
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.
On the last days of the German Presidency and as a new Trio takes the Council of the EU helm, European AI Associations invite you to join us in finding the right answers on :
* Strengthening European AI to compete worldwide
* Making Europe a climate neutral continent with AI
* The State as the first client: A model to ignite Europe’s AI industry
On the last days of the Croatian Presidency and as a new Trio takes the Council of the EU helm, European AI Associations invite you to find the right answers on:
* Challenges ahead for European AI
* European AI regulatory framework
* European digital infrastructure for AI