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All questions answered: how CLAIRE shapes the future of AI in Europe

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27 January 2023



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On 18 January, the Confederation of Laboratories for Artificial Intelligence Research in Europe (CLAIRE) All Questions Answered (AQuA) series continued, with a one hour session focussing on CLAIRE itself. A panel, comprising members of the CLAIRE leadership team, were available to field questions about plans and events for 2023, the various CLAIRE Networks, and CLAIRE’s Strategic Agenda for AI for Research and Innovation in Europe (SAFARI).

The panel for this event:

  • Marie Anastacio, Rising Researchers Network Kernel Team, CLAIRE
  • Emanuela Girardi, Extended Core Team, CLAIRE
  • Holger Hoos, Chair of the Board of Directors, Director of Research, CLAIRE
  • Morten Irgens, Vice-Chair of the Board of Directors, Director of Innovation, CLAIRE
  • Ana Paiva, Extended Core Team, CLAIRE
  • Philipp Slusallek, Vice-Chair of the Board of Directors, Director of Strategy, CLAIRE

The session was recorded and you can watch in full below:



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