AI4EU Shows Pilot Results and Usage of Experiment Platform at EBDVF2021
Seven task leaders of the eight AI4EU pilots will present results, users’ experience and features of the experiment platform at a dedicated session “AI4EU in practice: the industrial pilots’ perspective” at the annual European Big Data Value Forum (EBDVF2021) from Nov 29-Dec 3. The EBDVF2021 theme is Digital Transformation powered by data and AI.
Within the project, eight industrial pilots were set up to provide industrial requirements, to early experiment platform features and to provide components to the platform catalogue. In the session from 3:30-5 PM on Monday 29 Nov 2021, four pilots - AI4Citizen, AI4Industry, AI4Agriculture and AI4IOT - will share with the community their return on experience while showing how to onboard AI components on the AI4EU experiments platform. A brief recap of the platform features will also be presented for the audience to have an overview of what’s possible on the platform.
Following this demonstration, a discussion panel will discuss the highlights and pitfalls of using the platform, its main useful features, potential requests for enhancement, roadmap, and engagement on platform development. AI4EU pilots’ leaders are open and welcome the audience and interested participants to engage with them via the Q&As, including those of experiment platform features and favourite ones.
The EBDVF2021 is jointly organised by BDVA and European Commission (DG CNECT). The European Big Data Value Forum (EBDVF) brings together industry professionals, business developers, researchers, and policymakers from all over Europe and other regions of the world to advance policy actions, and industrial and research activities in the areas of Data and AI.
This year, EBDVF is held live and online. Being an associated Slovenian EU Presidency event, part of EBDVF 2021 is hosted in Ljubljana. The event is organised in collaboration with DIH Slovenia, ICT Association of Slovenia (Chamber of Commerce and Industry Slovenia), Jožef Stefan Institute (JSI) and the University of Ljubljana.
Book your calendar now to join the European data and AI enthusiasts, policymakers, researchers, academics, and experts for the week-long event.
The AI4EU project was established in January 2019 to build the first European Artificial Intelligence On-Demand Platform and ecosystem with the support of the European Commission under the H2020 program to bring together the AI community while promoting European values. The platform is a facilitator of knowledge transfer from research to business application and catalyses to aid AI-based innovation, resulting in new products, services, and solutions to benefit European industry, commerce, and society.