The second edition of the French German Japanese trilateral symposium on artificial intelligence will be held online from November 16th to 20th, 2020. This symposium is organised by the Embassy of France to Japan and the German Centre for Research and Innovation (DWIH Tokyo), in cooperation with the "AI Japan R&D Network".
It aims to be a discussion forum open to all players in the AI ecosystem of the three countries: policy makers, industrials and start-ups, associations, higher education institutions and research laboratories.
During the first edition of this symposium, organised in November 2018 in Tokyo, each of the three countries shared and discussed their respective national strategies in this domain. The need to intensify research and innovation collaborations between the three countries was embodied in a joint declaration announced at the end of the symposium. Subsequently, the research funding agencies of the three countries launched a joint call for joint projects.
This second edition aims to consolidate this promising momentum, to deepen the understanding of the concept of "Human-centric AI" and to place this trilateral cooperation in a global context.
Due to the current sanitary situation, this second edition will take place online.
Detailed information about the event's program and registrations are to be found on the event's website.
Registration are open until 25 October.