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Conference "Artificial Intelligence in and for Science"

We cordially invite you to the conference on "Artificial Intelligence in and for Science", which will take place on 5 April at the Vienna Museum of Technology.
Renowned experts from Austria will shed light on the diverse applications of artificial intelligence (AI) in various scientific disciplines, provide insights into current developments and discuss the potential and possible applications of AI in science and research.
The conference serves as an exchange platform for scientists and researchers from all scientific disciplines who are interested in the potential of AI in science and research. Link to the program.

Förderausschreibungen zu Digitalen Technologien 2023

Für die aktuellen Förderausschreibungen zu Digitalen Technologien 2023 "Mit Regulierung und Souveränität zur Innovation" (Einreichfrist bis 18. März 2024) und "Interdisziplinäre Kompetenz aufbauen" (Einreichfrist bis 28. März 2024) des Bundesministeriums für Klimaschutz, Umwelt, Energie, Mobilität, Innovation und Technologie (BMK) stehen insgesamt mehr als 12 Millionen Euro zur Verfügung.
Mit den Fördermitteln werden kooperative F&E-Projekte als auch Sondierungen gefördert, die in interdisziplinären Kooperationen digitale Technologien neu- und weiterentwickeln bzw. Forschungsvorhaben vorbereiten. Ebenso werden Qualifizierungsnetzwerke gefördert, die Mitarbeiter:innen im interdisziplinären Arbeiten, Innovieren und/oder Forschen in digitalen Themenfeldern schulen. Nähere Informationen zu den Ausschreibungsinhalten finden Sie auf den entsprechenden Webseiten.

Bei Fragen zu der Ausschreibung bitte direkt an die FFG wenden.

Euraisocieties: AI events from BCS SGAI

from September to December 2023

Real AI 2023

29th September 2023 - British Computer Society London Office (near Moorgate Underground) from 10.20 a.m. to 4.30 p.m.

The fifteenth in an annual series of one-day events showcasing Practical Applications of Artificial Intelligence. This event is designed to showcase practical applications of artificial intelligence, of particular interest to business and industry. We have aimed the event less at deep AI specialists and more at those who may be interested in understanding what AI can offer and what it is doing right now. The event will feature talks from leading exponents and case studies outlining practical applications of AI from a wide range of application domains. This year's talks will be:

  • Automated Cyber Threat Detection and Response: Dr Jonathan Francis Roscoe (BT Applied Research)
  • AI in Manufacturing: Applications and Challenges: Dr Giovanna Martinez-Arellano (University of Nottingham)
  • Using Evolutionary Algorithms to Simulate Land Use Change - The Case of Auckland: Dr Fernando Oliveira (University of Bradford)
  • Human-in-the-Loop in AI-Driven Innovations: Is it still Relevant? Dr Genovefa Kefalidou (University Of Leicester)
  • Developing more trusted AI systems: Shakeel Khan (Validate AI)
  • GenAI in Business: (Speaker from Accenture: Data & AI Practice)

The delegate fee for Real AI is £90 (plus VAT and booking fee) for BCS and SGAI members and £110 (plus VAT and booking fee) for others. This includes lunch and refreshments. A special fee of £50 + VAT and booking fee is available for students.

Full details are available at

Ethics in AI: Bias, Privacy & Policies

Wednesday October 4th 2023 from 6 p.m. to 7.30 p.m. - a free virtual event using Zoom

This is a free evening Zoom event in the SGAI Virtual Seminar Series. These events are open to all and no prior registration is needed.

Speakers: Dr. Eleanor Drage (University of Cambridge) and Prof. Bernd Stahl (University of Nottingham)

Full details are available at

The impact of advances in AI on consultancy

October 12th 2023 from 6 p.m. to 7.30 p.m. - a free virtual event using Zoom

This is a panel discussion between members of the BCS Consultancy Specialist Group and members of SGAI. It will be a free 'hybrid' event available both face-to-face in the BCS London Office or remotely by videoconference.

Information about the event is now available on the Consultancy Group’s website at

The Rise of AI in the Healthcare Ecosystem

November 10th 2023 - British Computer Society London Office (near Moorgate Underground)

A full-day event with invited talks on the following topics:

  • What are the things that AI can help with in the healthcare ecosystem?
  • Semantic Deep Learning for One Health: combining Knowledge Graphs and Large Language Models
  • Biomarkers and Personalised Medicine: how can AI be used for Omics Data Integration, Interpretation, and Its Application?
  • AI in Next Generation Stroke Rehabilitation
  • Machine Readable Healthcare Data Formats using FHIR
  • What SNOMED wants to be, how clinicians actually use it and what lurks in large coded clinical datalakes?
  • Bringing clinical guidelines closer to the bedside with AI techniques

Full details are available at



11th December 2023 - Peterhouse College, Cambridge

A one-day training event for AI research students at Peterhouse College, Cambridge, the day before AI-2023 starts. This is a free event except for a contribution towards the cost of refreshments and lunch in the College.



12th-14th December 2023 - Peterhouse College, Cambridge

Our forty-third annual international conference.

Website: AI-2023