The AI-SPRINT project and EUCloudEdgeIoT initiative (represented by UNLOCK-CEI Project) are teaming up to host an upcoming webinar on Artificial Intelligence and Computing Continuum. The event is organised under the umbrella of AI-SPRINT market activities and EUCEI Task Force 5 (Markets and Sectors).
The webinar aims to provide valuable insights to all value chain actors involved in the Edge, Cloud, IoT, AI, and Data communities, including research organizations, associations linked to computing continuum technologies, developers and domain experts, governments and policy makers, citizens, and civil society.
The event will give attendees the opportunity to gain a better understanding of the demand market of edge computing and get insights into the spending, investments, adoption level, and top use-cases. Furthermore, the webinar will offer insights into market trends that could impact investment plans for adopting edge and AI with a special focus on the healthcare, energy, and agriculture sectors and complementary technologies such as ML and federated learning.
The webinar will be of great interest to business organisations, as they can learn about market trends that may impact their investment plans for adopting edge and AI. Additionally, researchers and developers will be able to achieve a better understanding of the market and align their products with market requirements.Attendees can benefit from the interactive platform and participate in discussions, share their opinions, and ask questions.
14:00 - 14:10 - Welcome and introduction - John Favaro, Trust-IT
14:10 - 14:25 - UNLOCK-CEI and EU Cloud-Edge-IoT Introduction - Golboo Pourabdollahian, IDC
14:25 - 14:40 - AI-SPRINT Introduction - Danilo Ardagna, Politecnico di Milano
14:40 - 14:55 - Insights of European demand market of Edge-IoT - John Gole, IDC
14:55 - 15:15 - A closer look and market analysis for AI on computing continuum - Ewa Zborowska and Jack Vernon, IDC
15:15 - 15:25 - Q&A
15:25 - 15:30 - Wrap-up and conclusion - John Favaro, Trust-IT
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