With the aim of helping manufacturers to get to grips with regulations, particularly with the forthcoming arrival of the AI Act, LNE is organizing a third edition of the Artificial Intelligence forum on December 5...
This forum is aimed at developers, integrators and users of artificial intelligence (AI) in various sectors such as industry, services, startups and public and healthcare establishments. It represents an opportunity to keep abreast of the latest developments and exchange views with a wide range of players on shared issues.
Regulation will be the central topic of the morning, in response to the imminent publication of the AI Act, a key regulation that will set standards for AI and come into force shortly. Discussions will also cover standardization, national AI strategy and regulatory implications in diverse sectors such as industry, medical and defense.
The event will also include sessions devoted to operational issues such as AI assessment, qualification methods, homologation and certification, as well as cybersecurity risks. Presentations will be followed by question-and-answer sessions to encourage exchanges and interaction between participants.
Among those taking part will be Agnès Delaborde, head of LNE's artificial intelligence evaluation department, Luc Chausson, head of LNE's information security certification department, and Antoine Simon, LNE's information security certification project manager.
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