AI Applied: How companies and governments can use AI - Real-case examples
A seminar arranged by DGP and Alexandra Institute
After a successful seminar about IoT (the internet of things) we’re now focusing attention on yet another popular Industry 4.0 technology.
AI (Artificial Intelligence) is a technology that has gained extreme popularity for its’ vast potential. At this seminar we will dive into how companies and governments utilize this technology. AI experts, companies, governmental departments and startups will let you in on how they use AI in their practice.
Who can attend?
The event is for corporations, government institutions, interest organizations, researchers, students and everyone else looking to be inspired on the use of AI, but also for the ones who are curious on the current limitations of the technology. The programme will cover a basic introduction to what AI is, how users and suppliers are using AI services, updates on regulation in Denmark and future perspectives on what AI can’t do… yet.
This seminar is a part of a series of events, where we explore how industry 4.0 technologies can be applied. Arranged by Digital Growth Path (DGP) from Copenhagen School of Entrepreneurship and Alexandra Institute in collaboration with the Danish Industry Foundation. Keep an eye out for our next seminar in the series of Industry 4.0 technologies events, that will be about Blockchain and Cybersecurity.
WHEN AND WHERE
Date: 7/2 2019
Location: PHRs20, Råvarebygningen, Porcelænshaven 22, 2000 Frederiksberg
10.15 Welcome by Claus Birkedal, DGP, and Anders Kofod, Alexandra Institute
AI applied: Supplier/User Cases, Legal and Technical Limitations
10.30 “About AI: Terminology, History and How to get started” by Anders Kofod, Deputy Director at Alexandra Institute
11.00 “Quality Optimization” by Tue Moerck, Managing Director of IH Foods
11.20 “Implementing an AI solution” by Mikael Munck, Founder & CEO of 2021.ai
11.40 “The hard-to-crack tasks. What CAN’T be done yet by AI” by Thomas Bolander, Associate Professor at DTU Compute
12.30 “Fraud-detection” by Marius Hartmann, Consultant at Danish Business Authority (Erhvervsstyrelsen)
12.50 “Water-leakage detection in Utilities” by Jeppe Johansen, Co-founder of Sense-Analytics
13.00 “Talent recruitment without bias” by Jenifer Clausell-Tormos, Founder of Develop Diverse
13.10 “AI in Customer Service” by Johan Walldius, Managing Director of IBM-Bluewolf
13.40 “AI standardization and Data Ethics” by Kim Skov Hilding, Consultant at Dansk Standard
13.55 “Optimizing Logistics” by Klaus Kähler Holst, Principal Scientist at Maersk Transport & Logistics
14.10 Panel QA
There’s a limited number of tickets for both professionals and students.
Student tickets have been sold out.
4 tickets left in the “professionals” category.