AI4CCAM Kick off meeting is on the way for Advancing automated mobility with Artificial Intelligence
On 26 and 27 January 2023, AI4CCAM – Trustworthy AI for CCAM will be officially kicked off in Oslo, hosted by project coordinator Simula. The 14 partners from across Europe will meet to discuss objectives, results and fine tune the next steps.
On 26 January, 11-12 am, the meeting will be partially open (also online) to external stakeholders and an interested audience for a speech on “AI and Ethics – Focus on the autonomous vehicle” held by Jean-Gabriel Ganascia, Professor of Computer Science at Sorbonne University.
AI4CCAM is funded under the European Commission’s Horizon Europe Research and Innovation Programme and will receive a budget of over €5 million. The AI4CCAM project, considering Artificial Intelligence (AI) capabilities and potential risks, and taking into account its limitations, will develop an open environment for integrating trustworthy-by-design AI models of vulnerable road user behaviour anticipation in urban traffic conditions, and accounting for improved road safety and user acceptance.
Leveraging the Trustworthy AI guidelines – a document created by the European Commission’s High-Level Expert Group on Artificial Intelligence – and the ethical recommendations for connected automated vehicles, AI4CCAM will support AI-based scenarios management for the development of pedestrian and cyclist behaviour anticipation models. These models will integrate visual gaze estimation and simulate explainable car trajectory prediction models, including ethical aspects.
For participating in the 26 January morning session, please contact: Louise Bolands Eklund – firstname.lastname@example.org