Top international event on AI in Espoo
Researchers, companies and representatives of the public sector working with AI will meet at a top-level international AI event on 4 November 2021, which will take place in Espoo. The event combines the AI Finland event and the annual AI Day of the Finnish Center for Artificial Intelligence FCAI. Held as a joint event for the first time, the event is organised by the City of Espoo together with Business Finland, the Ministry of Employment and the Economy and the Finnish Center for Artificial Intelligence FCAI.
“We want to inspire our partners to work together to develop a sustainable future through artificial intelligence and data opening – and to invite new partners. The event presents the development and direction of AI in research, companies and urban development. There will be top-level speeches, panel discussions, networking and new openings,” says Päivi Sutinen, Director for City as a Service Development at the City of Espoo, the main organiser of the event.
Theme: Leading with impact and foresight with AI
The event brings together cutting-edge AI research, current and future stars of business and public services, developers and decision-makers. The main theme of the event is leading with impact and foresight through artificial intelligence, and the sub-themes are the space industry, quantum technology, health, 6G and the regulation and ethics of artificial intelligence.
The event will be held virtually.
Register now! The virtual programme is free of charge.
The programme is mainly in English, and the event has pre-registration.
AI Finland is a regionally touring concept owned by Business Finland and the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment, which brings together companies and cutting-edge research in different themes and areas every year. The first AI Finland was organised in Tampere in 2020 and focused on intelligent production with the help of artificial intelligence. AI Day is the annual event of the Finnish Center for Artificial Intelligence (FCAI), which brings together the scientific community, researchers, the business field and public actors. In 2021, these two events will be combined.