This year’s edition of the European AI Alliance Assembly marks another important milestone in the implementation of the European AI Strategy with the AI Act heading towards adoption while the updated Coordinated Plan on AI is counting two years of implementation.
In parallel and while remarkable policy and legislative initiatives emerge at the international scene, the event provides an opportunity to discuss efforts such as the upcoming Council of Europe Convention on AI as well as other crucial bilateral and multilateral partnerships in which the EU is actively involved.
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The event is organised, on the occasion of the Spanish Presidency of the Council of the EU, by the Spanish Ministry of Economic Affairs and Digital Transformation, through its Secretary of State for Digitalisation and Artificial Intelligence, together with the European Commission.
The European AI Alliance Assembly is an open public event that this year, for the first time after its opening edition in 2019 provides for both online and in person participation.
Due to security reasons, only accredited participants that have completed the security clearance form will be accepted to the venue (Casa de America - Marques de Duero, 2, 28014 Madrid).
Registration on the spot is not possible.
Due to a limited capacity of seats, on-site attendance will be confirmed on a first come, first served basis, while at the same time ensuring that most stakeholders will have at least one representative present during the event.
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More information on panellists and happenings organised around the event will be made available soon. To receive regular updates about this event or other AI policy related news from the European Commission, you are invited to join the European AI Alliance community on Futurium.