Artificial Intelligence

Misinformation, Risks of AI, and Privacy Highlighted in EU State of the Union

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen delivered her annual State of the Union address to the European Parliament on Wednesday, 13 September. Included in the speech, she highlighted that, while Europe has made significant progress in investment in digital, and in confronting the challenges caused by the digital world, there is still significant progress to be made.

IAT Announces New Programme to Train Turkish IT Professionals for AI Future

A new certified training programme aimed at training IT professionals will be launched by IAT, the Turkish Informatics Association, in October 2023. The programme will train professionals with in-demand skills in artificial intelligence.  The programme will initially train 140 AI professionals, with the course being open to university graduates from different disciplines, including data science, …

WEF Publishes Recommendations on Generative AI

The World Economic Forum (WEF) has published a set of recommendations on generative AI. The ‘Presidio Recommendations on Responsible Generative AI’ were developed from the Responsible AI Leadership Summit, held in April 2023, which brought together over 100 AI stakeholders.

CEPIS Board Member Presents at TEA TALK Event

Associate Professor Dr Meltem Eryilmaz, board member of CEPIS and its Member Society the Informatics Association of Turkiye, presented a comprehensive overview of the future of software at the 4th TEA TALK event, organised by the Middle East Technical University (METU) IAESTEA Turkiye community on 31 May.

AI Regulations Developing Around the World 

AI is in the sights of regulators around the world, with major and diverse new legislation on AI rules being brought forward in the EU, USA, and China, amongst others. Individual countries have also brought in regulation of specific AI tools in response to the recent rapid development of Large Language Models.

EU project for AI uptake towards 2030

The Artificial Intelligence Skills Alliance (ARISA) aims to support a better understanding and uptake of artificial intelligence (AI) technology in business and policy contexts in Europe. The project is supported by 16 full partner organisations as well as four associated partners, including ITPE, and will continue until 2025 and beyond.

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