AI Conference 2021

AI Forum

Dienstag
26.
Oktober  2021
AI Forum
Ort: Berlin & Online |  09:00 Uhr bis 16:30 Uhr

Due to the great success of our AI Forum in 2020, we have organised an AI Forum to discuss safety and security aspect of AI applications with international experts again in 2021. The AI Forum "Auditing AI-Systems: From Principles to Practice" was hosted by the AI working group of the German Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) and TÜV Association, in cooperation with Fraunhofer HHI.

The event took place in Berlin, and was also livestreamed. 

Find 2020´s program as a pdf here.

Program

Ab 09:00 Uhr
Welcome Note

BSI | TÜV-Verband | Fraunhofer HHI

Ab 09:15 Uhr
Session 1: Scientific Challenges and new Approaches

Dr Wojciech Samek | Fraunhofer HHI, Berlin, Germany: Federated Learning: Challenges for Security and Safety

 

Prof. Radu Grosu | TU Wien, Austria: How may Minimalistic Neural Networks Improve Interpretability

 

Henrik Junklewitz & Apostolos Malatras | European Commission, Joint Research Centre, Ispra, Italy & ENISA, Athens, Greece: Cybersecurity Challenges in the Uptake of AI in Autonomous Driving

Ab 10:45 Uhr
Coffee Break 
Ab 11:00 Uhr
Session 2: Experiences Gained in Industry Use Cases

Dr Alexandru Forrai | Siemens, Netherlands: Towards Trustworthy Camera-Based Sensing and Perception Systems

 

Jann-Eve-Stavesand, Daniel Rödler & Heiko Ehrich | dSPACE, understand.ai & TÜV Nord, Germany: Data quality requirements for the development and validation of automated vehicles

 

Gabrielle Davelaar | Microsoft, Germany: Operationalizing responsible AI

 

Jona Böddinghaus & Johannes Weissenböck | Gradient0 & TÜV Austria, Austria: Developing and certifying trustworthy and reliable telemedical systems

Ab 13:00 Uhr
Lunch 
Ab 14:00 Uhr
Session 3: Standardization of AI: Approaches for trusted AI

Dr Robert Walter | TÜV AI Lab, Germany: Risk Classes as the Basis for AI Auditing

 

Thomas Wiegand | Fraunhofer HHI, Berlin, Germany: Standardized AI/ML model validation in healthcare: The ITU/WHO focus group on "AI for health"

 

Vasilios Danos | TÜViT, Germany: ML based Biometrics: Challenges and Extension of Existing Audit Schemes as a Basis for Standardization

Ab 15:30 Uhr
Coffee Break 
Ab 15:45 Uhr
Panel Discussion & Closing Remarks

From Research to Regulation of Safety and Security Critical AI Systems: What is Missing?

Moderated by Dr Arndt von Twickel | BSI

Ab 09:00 Uhr
TÜV AI Conference 2021

Here you will find all information about our TÜV AI Conference, which will take place on October 27.

TAG 1 - 26.10.2021, Dienstag
Ab 09:00 Uhr
Welcome Note

BSI | TÜV-Verband | Fraunhofer HHI

Ab 09:15 Uhr
Session 1: Scientific Challenges and new Approaches

Dr Wojciech Samek | Fraunhofer HHI, Berlin, Germany: Federated Learning: Challenges for Security and Safety

 

Prof. Radu Grosu | TU Wien, Austria: How may Minimalistic Neural Networks Improve Interpretability

 

Henrik Junklewitz & Apostolos Malatras | European Commission, Joint Research Centre, Ispra, Italy & ENISA, Athens, Greece: Cybersecurity Challenges in the Uptake of AI in Autonomous Driving

Ab 10:45 Uhr
Coffee Break 
Ab 11:00 Uhr
Session 2: Experiences Gained in Industry Use Cases

Dr Alexandru Forrai | Siemens, Netherlands: Towards Trustworthy Camera-Based Sensing and Perception Systems

 

Jann-Eve-Stavesand, Daniel Rödler & Heiko Ehrich | dSPACE, understand.ai & TÜV Nord, Germany: Data quality requirements for the development and validation of automated vehicles

 

Gabrielle Davelaar | Microsoft, Germany: Operationalizing responsible AI

 

Jona Böddinghaus & Johannes Weissenböck | Gradient0 & TÜV Austria, Austria: Developing and certifying trustworthy and reliable telemedical systems

Ab 13:00 Uhr
Lunch 
Ab 14:00 Uhr
Session 3: Standardization of AI: Approaches for trusted AI

Dr Robert Walter | TÜV AI Lab, Germany: Risk Classes as the Basis for AI Auditing

 

Thomas Wiegand | Fraunhofer HHI, Berlin, Germany: Standardized AI/ML model validation in healthcare: The ITU/WHO focus group on "AI for health"

 

Vasilios Danos | TÜViT, Germany: ML based Biometrics: Challenges and Extension of Existing Audit Schemes as a Basis for Standardization

Ab 15:30 Uhr
Coffee Break 
Ab 15:45 Uhr
Panel Discussion & Closing Remarks

From Research to Regulation of Safety and Security Critical AI Systems: What is Missing?

Moderated by Dr Arndt von Twickel | BSI

TAG 2 - 27.10.2021, Mittwoch
Ab 09:00 Uhr
TÜV AI Conference 2021

Here you will find all information about our TÜV AI Conference, which will take place on October 27.

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