The EIT Community highlighted how we power AI innovation across Europe to young journalists.
The ESMH summer school 2019 was a three-day science event for young media makers. It was organised by the European Science-Media Hub with the cooperation of the European Youth Press network (EYP) to provide an overview of existing interlinks between Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Journalism.
The EIT hosted a session on 6 June where we presented our innovative range of activities powering AI across Europe, and supported innovators presented their AI products and services.
You can watch the session here and see what our speakers said about the EIT Community's work on AI and robotics.
|11:06:10||Caroline Vandenplas - Head of Communications Section, EIT|
|11:16:55||Michal Gorzynski - Head of Impact Section, EIT|
|11:37:50||Jan Philipp Beck - CEO, EIT Health|
|11:59:10||Dr Umar Naeem Ahmad - Co-founder, Abtrace - EIT Health supported venture that is tackling antimicrobial resistance using Artificial Intelligence and Big Data to transform antibiotic prescription.|
|12:15:50||Guillaume Toublanc - Node Director of EIT Digital France|
|12:33:50||Dora Palfi - EIT Digital Master School student and CEO and co-founder of start-up imagiLabs that wants to provide a mobile platform for tangible and expressive coding education, built by girls for girls.|
|12:48:05||Prof. Frank Gielen - Education Director, EIT InnoEnergy|
|13:09:20||Arnaud de Moissac - CEO, DCbrain - EIT InnoEnergy supported venture with the Artificial Intelligence solution dedicated to grid managers.|