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Science and Innovation Dialogues “The Role of Artificial Intelligence in Tackling Climate Change”
Dr O'Sullivan will be joined by a panel of five distinguished European experts for a roundtable discussion on the use of AI in addressing various climate change challenges, including GHG emissions, air pollution, storing and analysing climate change data, improving risk assessment and alert:
Prof Gatis Bazbauers, Riga Technical University (Latvia)
Dr Jan Červený, Global Change Research Institute (Czech Republic)
Marcin Gnat, Airly (Poland)
Dr Pal Goda, Research Institute of Agricultural Economics (Hungary)
Prof Todor Stoilov, Institute of ICT, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

Science & Innovation Dialogues are a series of online discussions with the aim to highlight and stimulate UK-EU scientific collaboration.

The second series, which takes place in early 2022, will be dedicated to Artificial Intelligence, specifically to the intersection of AI and climate, health, and education.

With the aim of highlighting UK leadership in AI, these dialogues also showcase science excellence in other European countries and bring out the importance of international research and academic collaboration. Dialogues also aim at facilitating exchange of best practice. Science & Innovation Dialogues bring together scientists from the UK and across ten countries in the Baltics, Central and Eastern, and Southern Europe.

This event is organised according to FCDO and British Council privacy rules. For details please see:
FCDO Personal Information Charter: http://bit.ly/FCDO-Personal-Information-Charter
Information security and privacy global policy statement of the British Council: https://www.britishcouncil.org/about-us/how-we-work/policies/information-security-privacy
IRCAI: https://ircai.org/

Jan 18, 2022 05:00 PM in Belgrade, Bratislava, Ljubljana

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