Learn from top experts on the importance of data quality in AI applications
Data Science and Artificial Intelligence techniques impose challenging demands on the quality of data that are often characterised by huge, integrated or connected volumes and a large variety of data formats. Trusted and explainable data are of vital importance for the success of applications. Legal requirements even put extra challenges in view of data protection and non-discrimination. With this event, we share experiences on data quality handling from the Flanders AI Research Program and provide networking opportunities for (potential) actors in this program.
Target Audience: Research and development leads, data scientists, IT developers and researchers from companies, CTOs and CIOs, research centers and universities.
The event is free of charge, but registration is mandatory.
Ontdek op dinsdag 7 juni wat Vlaanderen te bieden heeft op het vlak van Artificiële Intelligentie. Het Vlaams AI-Onderzoeksprogramma en de andere partners van "AI Vlaanderen" brengen bedrijven, onderzoeks- en onderwijsnstellingen bijeen op een dag met veel gelegenheid tot netwerken en uitwisselen van kennis en ervaring.
Jan Helsen and Ann Nowé (VUB) present "Lessons learned towards getting the right data for enabling AI-based analytics and AI supported farm control". More on this research in the Flanders AI Research Program: see Research Challenge "Multi-Agent Collaborative AI" and in the application "Improved Energy Production of Wind Turbine Parks" in the domain "Energy".
AI4Growth and Flanders AI are organizing the 2nd edition of the AI4 Your Business Conference, taking place during the European’s AI Week on Tuesday March 15, 2022 in Ghent.
Get inspired by industry leaders in the field of AI, and learn more about how our region is supporting companies that accelerate innovation. With a full day of sessions, and plenty of networking opportunities (breaks, lunch, and evening drink), this is your first opportunity since lockdown to meet in person with key decision-makers, AI entrepreneurs and data scientists during the business and technical sessions.
Artificial intelligence has great potential for the clinical domain. At this workshop we will connect researchers from the AI Flanders program to clinicians and biomedical researchers. Are you interested in participating at this workshop? Please register via this link.
Jo De Boeck in panel on "Enabling Conditions for AI in Europe"