The FARI Brussels Conference returns on 18 November at Studio Flagey in Brussels, find out more.

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Leading responsible artificial intelligence project

The use cases and projects involving artificial intelligence (AI) are proliferating within public and private organizations

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Description

The use cases and projects involving artificial intelligence (AI) are proliferating within public and private organizations. Leadership of these projects often eludes those without technical expertise, who are nevertheless the subject matter experts. Additionally, many projects proceed without incorporating ethical, legal, or environmental considerations from the design phase.

This one-day training is designed for both technical experts and subject matter experts, providing them with methodologies, frameworks, and tools to effectively lead responsible AI projects within their organizations, from identifying opportunities to deployment. By the end of the training, participants will possess a comprehensive set of tools to launch their first responsible AI project.

Target Audience & Discount

As FARI is supported by the European Resilience & Recovery Fund (RRF), we can continue to offer free access to participants from public administrationspublic institutions and research institutions.

To benefit from the free training, we ask you to register with a professional e-mail address from one of the categories listed above.

We can also provide a 50% discount to participants from the following target groups:

– Educational institutions
– NGOs and non-profit organisations
– Brussels based companies
– Brussels citizens

Subjects

01

Assess the needs and challenges of your organization and identify potential uses of responsible AI using an AI Canvas and analysis frameworks

02

Understand the impact of AI projects on teams and learn how to communicate effectively with stakeholders.

03

Familiarize yourself with tools for managing responsible AI projects.

04

Learn how to integrate ethical and legal requirements at all stages of an AI project, from design to development and deployment.

Dates

03 October 2024

28 November 2024

Languages

English and French

Venue

Be Central, FARI Experience Centre, Cantersteen 16, 1000 Bruxelles

Illustration

Gregory Lewkowicz

Contact details

Amélie Wauquaire

academy@fari.brussels

Registrations