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03/10 - 04/10 at STAGEONE OERLIKON

*valid for regular tickets and only until July 31st 23:59, limited amount available

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TRACKS

  • Human-centric Computer Vision for Mixed Reality (part 1)
    Human-centric Computer Vision for Mixed Reality (part 1)
    Thu, 03 Oct
    Zürich
    03 Oct 2024, 14:00
    Zürich, Elias-Canetti-Strasse 146, 8050 Zürich, Switzerland
    This workshop on Human-Centric Computer Vision highlights the latest advancements in understanding human movement and interaction in the physical world, focusing on mixed reality applications, medical AR, telepresence, and immersive entertainment, and concludes with live demos from leading expert
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  • Intelligence Augmentation
    Intelligence Augmentation
    Thu, 03 Oct
    Zürich
    03 Oct 2024, 14:00
    Zürich, Elias-Canetti-Strasse 146, 8050 Zürich, Switzerland
    focuses on fostering effective human-AI collaboration. Participants will explore state-of-the-art interfaces from the IVIA Lab through a keynote on RLHF, healthcare design, and explainability techniques, followed by an interactive workshop to engage with these interfaces and provide feedback.
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  • Open Source LLMs and the Swiss AI Initiative
    Open Source LLMs and the Swiss AI Initiative
    Thu, 03 Oct
    Zürich
    03 Oct 2024, 14:00
    Zürich, Elias-Canetti-Strasse 146, 8050 Zürich, Switzerland
    The Swiss AI Initiative, led by ETHZ and EPFL, aims to build Generative AI Foundation Models in Switzerland. Involving over 70 professors and leveraging 10M GPU hours on the Alps supercomputer, this track presents work on a Swiss LLM, climate models, and a foundation model for Science.
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  • Human-centered design beyond interfaces
    Human-centered design beyond interfaces
    Thu, 03 Oct
    Zürich
    03 Oct 2024, 14:00
    Zürich, Elias-Canetti-Strasse 146, 8050 Zürich, Switzerland
    Artificial intelligence (AI) presents significant opportunities but also raises questions about job design and AI's impact on work. This track explores the intersection of technology development and work psychology, presenting research on human-centered AI in healthcare, construction, and railways.
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  • Revolutionizing Urban Mobility: Smart Solutions for Smart Cities
    Revolutionizing Urban Mobility: Smart Solutions for Smart Cities
    Thu, 03 Oct
    Zürich
    03 Oct 2024, 14:00
    Zürich, Elias-Canetti-Strasse 146, 8050 Zürich, Switzerland
    This mobility track explores future solutions for city transport, covering regulatory frameworks, algorithmic fairness, data-driven congestion strategies, computer vision, digital twins, and open data. A panel will integrate these insights, emphasizing AI's role in urban mobility.
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  • AI in Finance
    AI in Finance
    Thu, 03 Oct
    Zürich
    03 Oct 2024, 14:00
    Zürich, Elias-Canetti-Strasse 146, 8050 Zürich, Switzerland
    Part I of the AI in Financial Services Track covers recent AI trends, banking transformations, AI use case management, and technology strategies. Part II focuses on AI and big data applications in capital and real estate markets, including greenwashing detection and ESG analyses.
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  • Systems for Cost-Efficient AI
    Systems for Cost-Efficient AI
    Fri, 04 Oct
    Zürich
    04 Oct 2024, 09:30
    Zürich, Elias-Canetti-Strasse 146, 8050 Zürich, Switzerland
    This workshop addresses the challenges and opportunities in designing software infrastructure for training and serving large-scale AI models, highlighting advances in cost-efficient AI training on public clouds and GPU clusters, & discussing future challenges for foundation and generative AI models
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  • Generative AI
    Generative AI
    Fri, 04 Oct
    Zürich
    04 Oct 2024, 09:30
    Zürich, Elias-Canetti-Strasse 146, 8050 Zürich, Switzerland
    This workshop on GenAI explores the latest advancements and future possibilities in AI, examining developments from technical and legal perspectives, showcasing real use cases, and concluding with a discussion on the societal impact and the kind of society we envision with AI.
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  • Responsible AI
    Responsible AI
    Fri, 04 Oct
    Zürich
    04 Oct 2024, 09:30
    Zürich, Elias-Canetti-Strasse 146, 8050 Zürich, Switzerland
    This workshop on "responsible AI" explores methods to mitigate bias, promote fairness, enhance transparency, and ensure safety in AI systems. It approaches these issues from computer science, digital ethics, and legal perspectives through talks, interactive sessions, group work, and discussions.
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  • AI for Science
    AI for Science
    Fri, 04 Oct
    Zürich
    04 Oct 2024, 09:30
    Zürich, Elias-Canetti-Strasse 146, 8050 Zürich, Switzerland
    This workshop explores AI's impact on science, featuring presentations on cardiovascular data, physics simulations, weather prediction, and vehicle optimization. A panel will discuss AI's capabilities and challenges, ending with insights on using AI to reduce engineering costs.
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  • Fostering Equitable and Inclusive Technology Innovation
    Fostering Equitable and Inclusive Technology Innovation
    Fri, 04 Oct
    Zürich
    04 Oct 2024, 09:30
    Zürich, Elias-Canetti-Strasse 146, 8050 Zürich, Switzerland
    This track addresses how healthcare innovations can create or perpetuate health inequalities, bringing diverse stakeholders to explore strategies for fostering equitable & inclusive technology ecosystems, with a focus on overcoming systemic barriers & integrating diversity in tech development
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  • Human-centric Computer Vision for Mixed Reality (part 2)
    Human-centric Computer Vision for Mixed Reality (part 2)
    Fri, 04 Oct
    Zürich
    04 Oct 2024, 09:30
    Zürich, Elias-Canetti-Strasse 146, 8050 Zürich, Switzerland
    This workshop on Human-Centric Computer Vision highlights the latest advancements in understanding human movement and interaction in the physical world, focusing on mixed reality applications, medical AR, telepresence, and immersive entertainment, and concludes with live demos from leading expert
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  • Unlocking the Potential of Library Data as Treasure Trove for Applied AI
    Unlocking the Potential of Library Data as Treasure Trove for Applied AI
    Fri, 04 Oct
    Zürich
    04 Oct 2024, 15:00 – 16:00
    Zürich, Elias-Canetti-Strasse 146, 8050 Zürich, Switzerland
    Join our workshop to explore AI's potential with library data. Learn scalable analysis of literature, AI tools, and how NLP and computer vision transform historical collections.
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  • Innosuisse workshop
    Innosuisse workshop
    Fri, 04 Oct
    Zürich
    04 Oct 2024, 15:00 – 16:00
    Zürich, Elias-Canetti-Strasse 146, 8050 Zürich, Switzerland
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AGENDA

08:30

Doors open

all day

09:30 - 12:00

Mainstage

3 Keynotes, 2 Panels, and 

International Computation and AI Network (ICAIN) teaser

14:00 - 18:00

Tracks

Human-Centric Computer Vision for Mixed Reality pt. I

Intelligence Augmentation

Open Source LLM and the Swiss AI Initiative

Human-Centered Design Beyond Interfaces

Smart Solutions for Smart Cities

AI in Finance

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2000+ ANNUAL PARTICIPANTS

50+ DEMOS

50+ WORKSHOPS HOSTED

140+ SPEAKERS INVITED

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