The ETSI Artificial Intelligence (AI) Conference - Status, Implementation and Way Forward of AI Standardization, will take place face-to-face on 5-7 February 2024 in ETSI, Sophia Antipolis, France.
Artificial Intelligence / Machine Learning (AI/ML) technology has made major advancements in recent years and is becoming a key enabler for new disruptive features and applications in any digital product.
This face-to-face event will offer attendees the unique opportunity to come together to exchange with experts, network with peers, visit the demos and posters around the subject of Machine Learning with a specific focus on Information and Communications Technology (ICT).
AI/ML will fundamentally shift the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) industry, as technologies such as Natural Language Processing, Deep Learning, and others will enhance the performance of communications, applications, content, and digital commerce.
Artificial Intelligence / Machine Learning are already part of the networks and services, and are present across multiple sectors such as finance, manufacturing, medical, telecommunications and transportation. AI Chatbots and AI voice assistants are widely deployed in society. Still this field is quickly evolving and the event will provide an opportunity for experts to have insights into the latest developments.
Europe and other regions are drafting policy and legislation which will impact the deployment of artificial intelligence. In the context of the draft AI Act, the EU puts forward objectives including:
- “ensure that AI systems placed on the Union market and used are safe and respect existing law on fundamental rights and Union values";
- "facilitate the development of a single market for lawful, safe and trustworthy AI applications and prevent market fragmentation”.
Attendees will learn about the latest status and will have the opportunity to meet and discuss with experts in this field.
The event will present the regulations in the different regions of the world and will provide the opportunity to get involved in standardization that will play an important role in the context of European and global regulation. It will also discuss corresponding new market access requirements, conformity assessment, etc. Additionally, the event will be an opportunity for research organizations (academia and industrial research) to discuss new trends and features in the field of AI.
The conference will build on available work in the domain of AI. ETSI’s experts will present published and ongoing work on cybersecurity, testing of AI, trustworthy AI, sustainable AI, applications of AI for verticals and many more.
Demonstrations and Posters on the latest advances in the field of AI/ML applied to ICT systems and applications will complement the conference programme.
The detailed event’s programme including the conference agenda, list of demos and posters will be available in November. Participation to the event is open to all and free of charge upon registration.
The conference agenda will be available soon. Stay Tuned!
650 Route des Lucioles
06560 Valbonne - Sophia Antipolis
Tel: +33 4 92 94 42 00
Information on venue, travel, visa, local accommodation is available at www.etsi.org/events/find-us
The Conference attendees will have the opportunity to visit the following demos and posters during the networking coffee and lunch breaks. Demos and posters will be located adjacent to the networking area in ETSI lobby.
- European AI Scanner: Achieving EU AI Act Regulatory Excellence with Cutting-Edge RegTech GRC - AI & Partners B.V.
Managing the European Aviation Network with AI - Eurocontrol
- Enabling AI in the physical Layer for 6G: Learning channel estimation on a Sub-Terahertz Over-the-Air link - Keysight Technologies
- Towards Safer Large Language Models - NEC Laboratories Europe
- Explainable AI-based Data Poisoning Attacks Detection and Defence: Approaches for Better Accountability in Robust Algorithms for Federated Learning - University College Dublin
- Deceiving Post-hoc Explainable AI (XAI) Methods in Network Intrusion Detection - University College Dublin
- AI-enabled Cyberattack Detection in Open-Radio Access Network - University of Western Macedonia
- Generative AI based enterprise knowledge hub - SriLanka Telecom Mobitel PLC
- Resilient cobot-powered warehouse inventory/manufacturing management through AI/ML mechanisms - WINGS ICT Solutions
- StandICT.eu Infostand
- Navigating the EU AI Act: Implications and Challenges for Generative AI, Cybersecurity, Regulations, and Market Access - AI & Partners
- Cybersecurity for AI Applications - Cyber Governance Ltd
- Ethics-by-Design in AI-Driven Human-Robot Collaborative Manufacturing: Navigating Regulatory and Ethical Challenges - Eunomia Limited
- Standardization: AI Act’s cornerstone - Eunomia Limited
- Multi-modal Latent Diffusion - Eurecom / Renault Software Labs
- AI Standards in Aviation - EUROCAE
- Cybersecurity Requirements for High Risk AI Systems: The Roadmap for an Holistic Approach - INESC TEC
- 6G-XR - An evolvable experimental infrastructure of key B5G/6G candidate technologies - Intel Deutschland GmbH
- Transforming ICT with Cutting-Edge AI Enablers: A 6G Perspective - Nextworks
- Generative AI for Network AIOps - Omdia
- Enhancing remote patient monitoring through Integrated AI and Open-Source platforms: A Detailed Examination of Complex Cardiovascular and COVID-19 Symptomatology - OpenNovations
- TAII Framework - SocialTechLab.eu
- EU AI Act’s High-Risk AI Applications and Harmonised Standards - ADAPT Centre, Trinity College Dublin
- 6G Revolution in Healthcare: Bridging the Healthcare Data Chasm - Turkcell İletişim A.Ş.
- Resilient Mobile Networks under Earthquake: Next-Generation Disaster Management - TURKCELL
- End-to-end AI for Intelligent 6G Networks - University of Bristol
- AI-powered evolution towards open and secure edge architectures - UPC (Polytechnic University of Catalonia)
- Leveraging Machine Learning for Throughput Prediction in Cellular Networks - University College Cork
- Preserving Privacy of Federated Learning Systems via Recommendation-based Defence - University College Dublin
- Deceiving LIME Explainable AI Method in Network Intrusion Detection - University College Dublin
- Artificial intelligence for optical wireless communication - University of Strathclyde
- Markus Mueck, Programme Commitee Chair, ETSI OCG AI Chair, ETSI Board Vice Chair, INTEL (Germany)
- Alexander Cadzow, ETSI ISG SAI Secretary, Cadzow Communications Consulting Ltd (UK)
- Scott Cadzow, ETSI ISG SAI Chair, Cadzow Communications Consulting Ltd (UK)
- Ray Forbes, ETSI OCG AI Vice Chair, ETSI ISG ENI Chair, Huawei (UK)
- Jochen Friedrich, ETSI Board Member, IBM (Germany)
- Antoine Mouquet, ETSI OCG AI and ETSI ISG SAI Technical Officer, ETSI (France)
- François Ortolan, ETSI OCG AI Vice Chair, NEC (Germany)
- Helene Schmidt, ETSI OCG AI Support Coordinator, ETSI (France)