Newsletter | June 2024

VISION4AI Newsletter
| June 2024

We are happy to support the activities of our European AI Community, namely the European Networks of Excellence Centres in AI & Robotics (NoEs).
This newsletter brings you condensed information from NoEs (and beyond) towards the broader European AI Community.


The 4th Community Workshop and AIDA Symposium is coming soon. It will provide many discussions what has been done over the past four years by our AI NoEs’ community to foster collaboration in AI Research in the EU for the future and its impact on society. The event is open to a wider audience – register to attend online and do not miss this chance to be part of the conversation and connect with leading experts.

26 – 27 June 2024
Venue: Centre for Research and Technology Hellas – CERTH

Location: Thessaloniki, Greece

Setting a Standard for AI Ph.D. Education in Europe.

The Artificial Intelligence Doctoral Academy (AIDA) formed an AI Curriculum Committee with an ambitious goal: to promote and support the development of AI education and research across Europe. Comprised of leading AI educators and researchers from multiple European universities and research organizations, the committee aimed to establish a standardized AI Ph.D. curriculum that is both comprehensive and reflective of the latest advancements in the field.

From speculations to future applications: AI4MEDIA publishes scenarios envisioning the future horizons for AI in media.


5-7 June 2024 | Leuven, Belgium

AI4Media is set to make a significant contribution to the event, with KU Leuven’s team participating in the panel titled “Generative AI and Virtual Worlds: Shaping Tomorrow’s Media.”

12 June 2024, online

The objective of this online workshop is to discuss recent scientific advances in the areas of 3D computer vision and robotics. Co-organized by the ELLIS Unit Prague and ELLIS Associate Unit Lviv

19 June 2024, 09:00 – 17:00, online

Save the date for the European Robotics – AI – Big Data Convergence Summit 2024 organised by Adra-e.

19 June 2024, 9:00 – 14:30 CEST, Brussels

EU media policy in the era of AI, and its impact on the media sector and society, critically assessing the relevant elements of the EU legal framework that address AI applications in the media sector, such as the Digital Services Act, the European Media Freedom Act, and the AI Act.

19 June 2024, 14:20 – 19:00 CEST, Brussels

Challenges and opportunities AI presents in countering online disinformation during recent elections and other disinformation campaigns.

21 June 2024, Seattle

Workshop is organized in conjunction with CVPR 2024 and supported by ELSA and ELLIS.

27 – 28 June 2024, Helsinki

The ELISE Wrap Up Conference will be a place to meet new friends and collaborators within the European AI community. The event is open to all ELLIS Fellows and Scholars in the first instance, but all ELLIS members are also invited.

5 July 2024

Empowering research and applications in Artificial Intelligence for the Media Industry

26 – 30 August 2024, Paris

Save the date for the ELLIS Doctoral Symposium, a week filled with science, networking opportunities and croissants.

22 – 24 and 25 – 28 November 2024, Nancy

euROBIN co-locates the euROBIN Week 2024 in Nancy to associate it with HUMANOIDS 2024!


Browse through the available collection of the Joint Strategic Research Agenda (SRA) of the NoEs. Make use also of SRA developed by particular NoEs as well as SRIDA by ADRA – on one spot.

European AI Research and Innovation Ecosystem Mapping Tool has been launched. It provides an overview of AI-related research, development, and innovation activities across Europe. Read also about the Joint Topic Group on ‘Ecosystem Mapping & Information Repository’ (EMIR) that has been founded in collaboration with ADRA with the mission to maximize the effectiveness of the AI, Data and Robotics community by supporting the development and maintenance of the ecosystem mapping.

Explore the research results of individual NoEs.

Add your events, open calls, news, AI assets, research, use cases and more to the AI-on-demand platform through the collaboration page and share your work with others.

Connect and Talk to the European AI Community on Mattermost

Mattermost communication platform is a result of the joint effort within the VISION project. The Mattermost installation has been established to provide an effective, moderated and functional communication tool for the facilitation of the cooperation, interactions and knowledge sharing between Europe’s AI networks of excellence (ICT48-NoEs), the AI research community, and other stakeholders across diverse areas of AI.

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