EXPO Dubai 2022

Venue: Pavilion Spain (Multipurpose room)
Date and time: 16th March 2022, 14:00-16:00 GST/11:00-13:00 CET

Artificial Intelligence (AI) can contribute to reaching the European Green deal targets and global Sustainable Development Goals in various ways. This can be, for example, through a more efficient use of scarce resources, prediction and management of environmental impacts, optimisation of production processes, and policy foresight ideas. A global value-based conversation is needed to address the opportunities as well as implications of AI for sustainability and the green transition.

At this workshop experts explored the role of AI in the green transition. The EU aims to promote the vision of sustainable and trustworthy AI in the world. As the implications of new digital technologies such as AI transcend borders, the EU seeks cooperation with like-minded countries and the broader multi- stakeholder community and will support a human-centric approach to AI.

Dr. Spiros Mouzakitis (I-NERGY Coordinator, ICCS) participated presenting the project's scope.

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Watch the video here or at the end of this article.

Moderator Gry Hasselbalch, Senior Expert in AI Ethics
EU research projects' representatives AI4Cities, Anja Reimann, Project Lead AI4Cities for the City of Amsterdam
Cybele, Yiannis Georgiou, CTO, Ryax Technologies
I-NERGY, Spyros Mouzakitis, Project Manager Institute of Communication and Computer Systems (ICCS)
Panelists Aimee van Wynsberghe, Professor in Applied Ethics of AI at the University of Bonn
Emanuela Girardi, Founder of Pop AI
Ricardo Vinuesa Motilva, Associate Professor at AKTH Royal Institute of Technology
Lynn H. Kaack, Assistant Professor at Hertie School (TBC)
Sibylle Braungardt, Senior Researcher Energy & Climate at Oeko-Institut (TBC)
Workshop Manager Sara Mancini, Expert / Intellera Consulting