Webinar: Macro dynamics predictions in COVID19 crisis, explained by micro intentions

03/06/2020 @ 11:00 - 12:30Free
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The AI Experience Centre invites you to participate in the fifth session of its webinar series all of which focuses on the key take aways of the recent COVID-19 outbreak across a variety of sectors.


Wednesday, June 3., 2020, 11:00 – 12:00


Prior to the event you will be provided with an URL of the webinar.


11:00 – 11:05: Introduction by Hans De Canck, Manager of the AI Experience Centre

11:05 – 11:35: Presentation by VUB Experts

11:35 – 11:45: Expert colleague reaction (CLAIRE)

11:45 – 12:00: Q&A online attendants

About the Session:

Hear about AI Reinforcement Learning techniques and predictive modelling & decision making in defining prevention & exit strategies, led by Prof. dr. Ann Nowé from the Artificial Intelligence Lab together with Prof. dr Kurt Barbé , member of the Digital Mathematics research group and the cross-faculty Artificial Intelligence Lab, and Prof. dr Tom Lenaerts who is a member of the VUB Artificial Intelligence Lab and the ULB Machine Learning Group.

About the Webinar Series:

The AI Experience Centre of the VUB is dedicated to emerging as an enabler by connecting academic expertise of the EU AI Framework with relevant stakeholders. The Centre is comprised of leading research groups (Artificial Intelligence LabBruBoticsETRO, and SMIT) in the field of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics. In the wake of the outbreak, the research groups and the Centre have dedicated their expertise to help health, policy, and economic decision making. We would like to invite you to learn from this experience together. from experts to improve ongoing and new projects that involve AI & Data innovation and to enhance the role of academics & scientists to create a human-centric post-corona society. A society where AI & Data technology contributes to the Common Good.

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Any Questions? Email us at hans.de.canck@vub.be