Register now for Orgalime’s EU Industry Days session on industrial AI
10 December 2018
EU Industry Days will be held on 5-6 February 2019, and Orgalime has once again been selected to host a stakeholder session – this time focusing on industrial AI. Registration is now open, with Orgalime’s session scheduled to take place on 6 February from 12:00 to 1:30 pm.
Orgalime’s session ‘Industrial Artificial Intelligence (AI) - Solutions for Europe’s 2030 challenges’ will shine a spotlight on a technology that is set to deliver enormous value for Europe’s economy and citizens – but that often gets overlooked in the hype surrounding other forms of AI. Speakers will address this information gap by analysing how AI can boost Europe’s competitiveness, while addressing societal challenges from climate change to mobility to healthcare – focusing on real-world applications and the role of the EU policy framework.
The third edition of the EU’s flagship industrial policy event will be built around three key themes: industry and sustainability, industry and globalisation, and innovation and digitalisation. The two-day programme features a who’s-who of EU decision-makers: from Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker to European Parliament President Antonio Tajani, Commission Vice-President Jyrki Katainen and Commissioners Elżbieta Bieńkowska and Carlos Moedas.
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As part of the broader EU Industry Week programme, the Commission is inviting companies and organisations from any industrial sector to organise an open doors event in January, February or March 2019. The aim is to give people an opportunity to visit industrial companies and factories, showcasing how manufacturing contributes to society and the economy.
Orgalime welcomes this initiative and invites all members and clients to participate. Additional information and application details are available here. Registration deadline is 15 January 2019.