The competition for the 2022 John Atanasoff Award, an initiative of the President of the Republic of Bulgaria, has been launched! The 20th edition of the John Atanasoff Presidential Award initiative was launched in early July this year. The competition, which is held annually, is named after the world-famous inventor of Bulgarian origin John Atanasoff, one of the creators of the first electronic digital computer with regenerative memory.
Smart cities are not only a trend but a necessity of the modern world, as well as the key to the future. To speed up the creation of Smart Cities and embrace the related technology-enabled infrastructures, the required skills must be developed. Companies should be given incentives to train their personnel by setting up public training programmes and encouraging collaboration with academia and industry.
Following the EU Strategy for AI Development in Europe, the High-Level Expert Group on AI (HLEG AI) published the "Ethics Guidelines for Trustworthy AI" in 2019 and proposed a human-centric approach to AI by defining a list of seven key requirements that AI systems must meet to be trustworthy.
The Human-Centered AI Community (HCAIM) is continuing its online webinar series! Join us this Thursday, Dec 9, 2021, at 13:00 CEST on LinkedIn Live at the HCAIM profile on LinkedIn.