The AIthena team announced that the project will be present at the 4th European Conference on Connected and Automated Driving (EUCAD2023), which takes place in Brussels on 3 and 4 May 2023.
The EUCAD conference is organised by the European Commission, the European Partnership on Connected, Cooperative and Automated Mobility (CCAM Partnership), and the FAME project.
AIthena is a new research and innovation project with the aim of harmonising methodology for artificial intelligence (AI) design, development, and deployment in CCAM applications. The use of CCAM solutions in automotive technologies is increasing due to AI-based capabilities in perception, situation awareness and decision-making. However, AI can be prejudiced and sensitive to unexpected inputs. The AIthena project aims to harmonize methodology for AI design, development, and deployment in CCAM applications. The project, with 17 partners who are actively working on the implementation of the AIthena project, has started in November 2022 and is set to continue until October 2025.
This year’s EUCAD conference will assess current CCAM research, policy, and regulatory advancements to determine if society and technology are prepared for the widespread adoption of intelligent, sustainable, and inclusive mobility solutions. With the participation of high-level representatives from industry, academia, and road authorities from across Europe and around the world, EUCAD2023 is the best stage to discuss the proper implementation of extended demonstrations and the dissemination of CCAM solutions in Europe and beyond.
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