FUTURE INTELLIGENCE returns to Toulouse on October 25-26, 2022 and will provide the ultimate ‘one-stop-shop’ platform for discussing opportunities and challenges inherent to the utilization of AI across various industries.
This 2-day event will gather forward-thinking professionals and experts from leading tech corporations, government’s representatives, regional and local authorities, research and education institutions, and AI solution providers.
09:00 – 18:00
ANITI scientific symposium
09:00 – 18:00
ANITI scientific symposium
Meet the AI community: experts, innovators, and policymakers involved in every stage of AI application – from inception to optimization.
_ FUTURE INTELLIGENCE will welcome some of the major French and European players in Artificial Intelligence and Big Data across numerous industries.
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_ FUTURE INTELLIGENCE is brought to you by leading entities in the industry including: Aerospace Valley, Ad’OCC, ANITI, abe, members of IANP, and Occitanie Data.
« Now is the time for helful AI ». AI is recognized to be a key enabler of digital transformation. Experts will share insights on how local, regional, national and European authorities are developing and implementing policies and strategies to seize the benefits of AI for the economy and society.
Experts will look into ways to make AI sustainable in the long term? They will try to answer important questions, including: how can we solve the AI skills shortage? How can we guarantee social acceptance of artificial intelligence? What are the best practices in terms of longevity, ethics, sovereignty and cyber security?
The space sector is undergoing profound transformations, shifting from the “traditional space” driven by government investments to the “NewSpace”, primarily driven by commercial motivations. This shift has been enabled by technological and business model innovations that led to the appearance of new products and services in exploration, telecommunications, navigation, observation. How can AI support the growth in space activities? What are the challenges and opportunities to be seized?
Automotive manufacturers have been pro-active in building devices that can be fitted into vehicles that are used for transporting people and goods to enable data generation.
Tech companies are pushing into autonomous driving.
AI is considered to be one of the most promising solutions to make urban mobility more effective and driving safer.
The objective of deploying these techniques in transport management is to relieve congestion, make travel time more reliable to commuters and improve the economics and productivity of the entire system.
With this in mind, panelists will discuss the opportunities to be seized, but also the policies that are necessary to support existing solutions and the transition to safe and greener mobility.
The Cultural and Creative Sectors (CCS) are dynamic and innovative, they represent a significant economic footprint in Occitanie, and are growing exponantially worlwide. They have an impact on creation and production, but also on broadcasting and public relations.
How can the CCS interact with other industries? How are they used? What is the use of AI in these sectors?
The CCS are going through a global restructuring with the implementation of new technologies – Future Intelligence will be a unique opportunity to present and discuss immersive technologies (augmented reality and visualization techniques), big data, blockchain, artificial intelligence, holochain… and how these technologies have an impact on social media or gaming (metavers) for instance.
Based in France, Aerospace Valley is world’s first aerospace cluster, dedicated to the strategic sectors of Aeronautics, Space and Drones, in the Occitanie/ Pyrénées-Méditerranée and Nouvelle-Aquitaine regions. With its 5 excellency ecosystems – Embedded and Communicating Systems, Structures, Materials and Mechanical Systems, Propulsion and Embedded Energy, Data Engineering and Artificial Intelligence, Industry of the Future – Aerospace Valley drives a supportive, competitive and attractive community, aimed at fostering innovation in view of growth.
Ranking among the top three clusters for the performance of its cooperative R&T projects (among which 580 have already been financed), Aerospace Valley is in charge of animating a dynamic network of international reputation, composed of 850 members (companies, research laboratories, training centres, universities and schools, economic development structures).
Since 2017, Aerospace Valley is chaired by Yann Barbaux, Senior Vice President of Airbus and former Head of Innovation at Airbus.
Founded in January 2019, Ekitia (formerly Occitanie Data) is an association that is part of a data cluster. It was created in Occitanie but also brings actor nationwide. Its members and partners are private and public companies, communities, academic actors or even clusters and competitiveness poles. Ekitia aims to build a framework of trust, ethics and sovereignty, intended to allow members to share and cross-reference their data while respecting the interests of individuals and data owners.