Robotics4EU at ERF 2024 with workshop, the RoboCompass, and a VR Exhibition!

It is with great pleasure that the Robotics4EU project will be one of the exhibitors present at the European Robotics Forum (ERF) in Remini, Italy, from 13-15 March 2024. In booth number 26 we will be showcasing our newest tool RoboCompass, as well as the VR Exhibition. In addition to our exhibit, Robotics4EU will be organizing the workshop “Implementing Responsible Robotics Ready for Society” on the 13th of March.

The AIoD: The European AI On-Demand Platform and Ecosystem

The AIoD platform aims to facilitate the sharing of AI resources, including datasets, algorithms, and software artifacts, as well as computational resources. These assets and computational resources adhere to a unified conceptual schema and governance model, promoting the reproducibility and reuse of AI research findings. The platform is designed to be extensible, allowing the research community to develop and incorporate additional services as needed. AI4Europe is one of the projects, funded under the Horizon Europe programme, that is responsible for the management, development and facilitation of the AI-on-Demand Platform (AIoD).

Workshop on fairness and diversity bias in AI-driven recruitment: Call for Papers – Deadline Jan 31st

Dr. Carlotta Rigotti and Dr. Eduard Fosch-Villaronga from the eLaw Center for Law and Digital Technologies at Leiden University, partner of the BIAS project, will be organising a workshop entitled “The ambitions and limitations of AI-driven recruitment and selection: Unfolding fairness and diversity bias” under the JSAI International Symposia on AI, taking place in ACT CITY Hamamatsu, Hamamatsu, Shizuoka (Japan), between the 28th and 31st of May 2024. You can contribute to this workshop by submitting your paper until the 31st of January 2024.

ChatGPT vs Bard vs Bing vs Claude 2 vs Aria vs human-expert. How good are AI chatbots at scientific writing?

While large language models have revolutionised content generation, their ability to produce original scientific contributions in the humanities remains limited. We expect this to change in the near future as current large language model-based AI chatbots evolve into large language model-powered software.

The AIoD Community Forum and ICT-49 Final Event Unveils Success Stories and Opportunities for European Industry and Society

In a groundbreaking two-day event held at the Aemilia Hotel in Bologna, Italy, the AI-on-Demand (AIoD) Community Forum, hosted by the ICT-49 cluster Projects in collaboration with the AI4Europe project, showcased an array of insightful discussions and success stories surrounding the theme, “The AI-on-Demand Platform: European Industry and Society Success Stories and Opportunities.”

Video Series: Trustworthy AI Explained

The TAILOR network has produced a series of videos, based on the major chapters of the TAILOR Handbook of Trustworthy AI. The videos are available on YouTube for anyone seeking independent, qualified and accessible information about Trustworthy AI.

The AI Ecosystem Forum brings the community together in Athens

The Artificial Intelligence and Earth Observation communities surrounding the AI on Demand Platform gathered in a two-day event on Thursday 29 and Friday 30 June 2023 in Athens, Greece which was organised by the AI4Copernicus project, and was supported by AI4Europe and the AI-on-Demand platform.

Unique opportunity to shape European AI innovation

The European Innovation Council is hiring a Programme Manager in Artificial Intelligence – Apply by 26 January 2024.

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