History, Status, Ecosystem, Vision, Network and work with UNESCO (presentation)

author: John Shawe-Taylor, Centre for Computational Statistics and Machine Learning, University College London
published: April 9, 2021,   recorded: March 2021,   views: 20

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IRCAI is the result of a long tradition of Slovenian research in AI and a number of large-scale partnerships across several decades over a number of European networks of excellence and almost a decade of activities with UNESCO. It exists within an ecosystem of AI players, across different research departments at the Jozef Stefan Institute, non-profits such as the Knowledge 4 All Foundation and a number of start-ups between London and Ljubljana. Its mission is to cover the vertical from research, to implementation and policy input showcasing unbiased, rigorous, and comprehensive dialogue for policymakers, researchers, journalists, executives, and the general public to develop a deeper understanding of the complex field of AI.

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