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European AI week 2022

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15 March 2022



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European AI week

European AI week 2022 began on Monday 14 March and runs until Saturday 19 March. Anyone can watch the events for free and the programme consists of a mixture of talks, workshops and citizen debates. You can hear from researchers, and find out about European AI policy, the application of AI, and some of the Europe-wide projects.

The full (pdf) programme can be downloaded here.

If you missed it, you can catch the opening session of the conference below:

All of the sessions will be streamed live on the AI4Belgium YouTube channel. This European AI week 2022 playlist has all the livestream links you’ll need, plus recordings of past events.



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