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Visegrad 4 Conference on Artificial Intelligence

Foreign policy, Security and Defence
Date: Thursday, 11 October 2018 09:00 - 18:00

Venue: Permanent Representation of the Slovak Republic to the EU in Brussels  |  City: Brussel


The V4 Conference on Artificial Intelligence is organized by the Permanent Representation of the Slovak Republic to the EU together with the Liaison Office of the Slovak Republic for Research and Development in Brussels in cooperation with the V4 countries. The event is part of the official events organized during the Slovak Presidency in V4.

The aim of the Conference is to bring together distinguished experts, professionals, researchers and practitioners from various areas of economy and society, which have been directly confronted with the uptake and real application of artificial intelligence solutions.

Given its eminent ranking in the novel technological trends across the globe with an enormous impact on working habits and daily lives of people, a phenomenon of artificial intelligence has been rising exponentially over the last few years. The advances in the ICT developments, the achievements in extending the high performance computing capacities and the introduction of smarter algorithms make serious preconditions for a paramount revolution the human society has ever encountered in such a very short span of its existence. Or shall we treat it rather as an evolution? The technology now proves that it can significantly improve the work environment or social interactions between people.

We can, nowadays, find the AI-based solutions in a wide variety of applications from smartphones and vehicles to stock exchanges. Expectations say, for instance, that systems based on artificial intelligence used in autonomous transportation can substantially reduce the number of accidents and, as a result, reduce the number of fatalities. These systems can also contribute to achieving better results in health diagnoses. Moreover, digitization of industry and data-driven economy, where the application of AI plays a significant role, will be among the first sectorial enablers. Last, but not least, it is public administration, and not forgetting, military sector, which can make accurate predictions and better decision-making.

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  • Thursday, 11 October 2018 09:00 - 18:00

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