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AI Forum 2022
November 24, 2022
As a joint event hosted by the German Federal Office for Information Security (BSI), the TÜV Association (TÜV-Verband) and Fraunhofer Heinrich-Hertz-Institute (Fraunhofer HHI), this year’s AI Forum 2022 once again involves international experts and all those interested in a dialogue about the current state-of-the-art and challenges of auditing AI-systems: the main focus of our third international workshop “Auditing AI-Systems: From Use Cases to Standardization and Regulation” will be on Explainable AI (XAI) with a particular focus on use cases from medicine and the health sector. Beyond international, inter-disciplinary as well as inter-sectoral insights, the forum (which will take place on the day following the TÜV AI Conference 2022) builds and expands upon the joint whitepaper series of the participating partners: the last May 2022 whitepaper “Towards Auditable AI-Systems: From Principles to Practice” first presented a “Certification Readiness Matrix” (CRM).
UMNAI’s Ken Cassar will be talking about our Inherently Auditable Neuro-Symbolic AI in the Auditing AI Systems in Practice Session.
This hybrid event will take place in English and participation is free of charge. If you are interested you can register directly for online participation or for one of the limited presence-slots for which we have to keep a waiting list due to limited capacities. The event will be livestreamed from our Berlin venue.
If you’d like to meet Ken at the conference to learn more about Auditing AI with UMNAI’s Hybrid Intelligence and Neuro-symbolic AI please contact us.
Check out the conference programme HERE.
Register for the conference HERE.
About TÜV Verband
It’s all about our safety! The TÜV Association represents the interests of its members in Berlin and Brussels vis a vis politics, authorities, economy and the public. It´s aim is to improve the technical and digital safety of vehicles, products, systems and services through independent assessments. Together with its members, the TÜV Association pursues the goal of maintaining the high level of technical safety in our society and creating trust for the digital world. To achieve this, the experts of the TÜV Association are involved in the further development of standards and regulations. Currently, the main focus is on strengthening digital security and meeting the growing demands for sustainability in our society.
Learn more about TUV Verband HERE.