Logo, title and date of the 7th EUROSHNET conference


Thursday, 20 October 2022

  9.20Opening of the conferenceSéverine BRUNET, French National Research and Safety Institute (INRS) for the Prevention of Occupational Accidents and Diseases, France


Session 1: What is Artificial Intelligence (AI) - Where is it found?

 Foundations, Methods and Applications of Artificial Intelligence
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Raja CHATILA, Sorbonne University, France
 Operationalizing and standardizing trustworthy Artificial Intelligence in the field
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Sebastian HALLENSLEBEN, Association for Electrical, Electronic  Information Technologies (VDE), Germany
 Person-vehicle collision prevention with embedded Artificial Intelligence
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Michel PAINDAVOINE, Yumain, France
10.45Coffee break & Posters 


Session 2: Prerequisites for safe use of AI: confidence, reliability, control

 Algorithmic management meets EU law: integrating data protection, non-discrimination and collective rights to curb the powers of ‘automated bosses’
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Antonio ALOISI, IE Law School, Spain
 Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence
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André STEIMERS, Institute of Occupational Health of the German Social Accident Insurance (IFA), Germany
 Evaluation and certification for safer Artificial Intelligence
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Agnes DELABORDE, National Metrology and Testing Laboratory (LNE), France
12.30 Lunch 


Session 3: Possible impacts of AI on humans at work

 Artificial Intelligence at work: challenges and opportunities for OSH
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Ioannis ANYFANTIS, European Agency for Safety and Health at Work, European Union
 Realizing the promise of exoskeletons: research efforts to increase the efficacy and acceptance through Artificial Intelligence-enabled wearable robots
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Joseph McINTYRE, Tecnalia, Spain
 Machinery regulation: a tool contributing to ensure Artificial Intelligence safe machines
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Victoria PIEDRAFITA, European Commission, Europe
15.00 Coffee break & Posters 


Session 4: Challenges of AI on standardization, testing and certification

 European standardization in support of the European Artificial Intelligence regulation
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Patrick BEZOMBES, French Standardization Association (AFNOR) France
 Round table 
 Christoph PREUSSE, German Social Accident Insurance Institution for the Wood and Metal (BGHM), GermanyFranck GAMBELLI, Union of Metallurgies Industries (UIMM), France
 Jörg FIRNKORN (DEKRA), GermanyIsabelle SCHOEMANN, European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC), Europe
16.50Closing of the conferencePilar CÁCERES, Director of the National Center of Protection Means (CNMP), National Institute of Safety and Health at Work (INSST), Spain, Chair of EUROSHNET