EU Regions Week 2022 - AI across different sectors and regions in Europe - World Café
Artificial Intelligence can provide great value to businesses, public organisations and many more by transforming processes and enabling the implementation and development of new products and services. This world café (13 October 2022) targets a broad audience from all sectors looking to learn more about AI, available funding and support, to discuss challenges and solutions in AI solution development and adoption or to make new connections.
It aims to connect European regions, organisations and industry to facilitate access to and increase awareness of a variety of European resources available for adopting AI in businesses (especially SMEs) and for developing AI solutions. This café (13 October 2022) is organised by the ICT-49 projects to encourage discussions on the opportunities and challenges associated with the adoption of AI, as well as how to best support and connect with different European regions, organisations and industry.
Miguel De Prado
Speaker for Session 1 - Introduction to AI and use case examples - BonsAPPs (Bonseyes)
Speaker for Session 2 - Overview of funding opportunities - StairwAI (FundingBox)
Senior Project Manager - Moderated discussion with real use cases overcoming challenges in AI adoption and development in businesses - BonsAPPs (Fundingbox)
Co-Founder & Partnerships and Business development - Introducing DIHs as a channel to the regions- Project Coordinator I4MS – (FundingBox)
Research Associate at NCSR DEMOKRITOS - AI4Copernicus project
What is it?
The European Week of Regions and Cities (#EURegionsWeek) is the biggest annual Brussels-based event dedicated to cohesion policy.
It has grown to become a unique communication and networking platform, bringing together regions and cities from all over Europe, including politicians, administrators, experts and academics. Over the last 19 years, it has done much to promote policy learning and the exchange of good practice.
In 2021, the second digital edition, reached a record number of almost 18.000 registered participants and 300 sessions over a week, involving more than 590 partners.
What is the purpose of the EURegionsWeek?
- To discuss common challenges for Europe's regions and cities and examine possible solutions by bringing together politicians, decision-makers, experts and practitioners of cohesion policy, as well as stakeholders from business, banking, civil society organisations, academia, the EU institutions and the media;
- To provide a platform for capacity-building, learning and exchange of experience and good practice for those implementing EU cohesion policy and managing its financial instruments;
- To facilitate cooperation and networking between regions and cities;
- To feed into the debate on EU cohesion policy in a wider context, including recent research and views from third countries and international organisations.
See more here.