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Euroshnet 2022 Conference: Artificial Intelligence and OSH

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Euroshnet, the European network of OSH professionals involved in standardisation, testing and certification, is organizing its 7th European conference on the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on occupational safety and health (OSH) in Paris on 22 October.

What does exactly “artificial intelligence” meant? In what areas is it and will it be used? What are the impacts of AI in interaction or collaboration with the individual? Is it acceptable, in terms of ethics and safety, to let AI take decisions in production, organisation and workflows? Who is legally responsible? How can technical reliability be controlled? How can regulations evolve to take account of developments? What challenges does standardisation face? What tests are AI systems subject to? What additional tests may be required to obtain certification?

These questions will be discussed by the speakers at the conference co-organized by EUROGIP and INRS for France.

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PS: Register before 3 June 2022 to benefit from the preferential rate!

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