Open Meeting – UCC, KU Leuven & TNO/VISION
The TAILOR Open meetings are one-hour informal meetings intended to increase communication within the TAILOR network and beyond.
Are you curious about what’s going on in the TAILOR network? Would you like to get to know people from all TAILOR organisations? With 2-3 short online presentations on diverse topics, this is the perfect venue for anyone curious about Trustworthy AI, the TAILOR network and the participating organisations.
The principle is 2-3 short presentations by a TAILOR co-worker, followed by discussions and questions. For this new edition, we have decided to promote TAILOR partner organisations, instead of WPs, to increase the visibility of partners.
The goal is to showcase not only the major partners but the whole TAILOR consortium. All partners are invited to present at least once. The Open meetings are bi-monthly, in the usual time slot (every second Tuesday, 9:00-10:00 CET). The invitation is sent to the TAILOR consortium and the network and can also be obtained upon request to project manager Trine Vikinge.
This time, the following TAILOR people will talk:
- Barry O’Sullivan (UCC): Presentation of UCC and some of the AI research going on there
- Luc De Raedt (KU Leuven): Presentation of KU Leuven and some of the AI research going on there
- Freek Bomhof (TNO/VISION): Presentation of the work on an AI taxonomy
No registration is needed, and the zoom link can be obtained by simple request to firstname.lastname@example.org. For project partners, the zoom link is available on the shared drive (this document also contains a link to the presentations that are uploaded after the meeting)