The new EUNIC AI Science Café Series aims to present current and timely topics alongside the proposals for innovative, bold and inspirational solutions to tackle key issues. The contributors are experts from the EUNIC member states, many of whom represent international teams and their counterparts from the United Kingdom.
The objective of the AI Science Café series is to introduce, present and publicly discuss various topics that impact our professional as well as our personal lives. As AI topics clearly generate more questions than answers, the series will strive to unveil trends and expectations from the inevitable social and technological changes which the future will bring.
Efficient and sustainable mobility is one of the imperatives for our future cities development. Connected vehicles and autonomous drones are already making their way to our streets. How can AI make cities safer and more sustainable? What future smart mobility patterns will look like?
The talk invites you to learn more about the future of smart mobility and its implications with Laura Ruotsalainen from the University of Helsinki, Michal Čáp from MIT spin-off isee AI and Zsolt Szalay from Budapest University of Technology. The virtual event will be chaired by Michael Keith, Director of COMPAS at the University of Oxford.
The AI Science Cafe is organized in collaboration with Finnish Institute and Czech Centre.