Final deadline to register for the Euroshnet Conference

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You are a specialist of prevention of occupational risks, you represent a competent authority, a standardisation body, you are confronted with issues related to artifical intelligence… The 7th European conference EUROSHNET dedicated to the impacts of AI on occupational safety and health is for you. It will be held on Thursday 20 October 2022 in Paris and registration is still open.

EUROGIP is co-founder with INRS for France of EUROSHNET, the European network on standardisation, testing and certification in occupational health and safety. It invites you to share your experiences and to address the issues of trust, control, ethics, legal liability and technical reliability of these intelligent systems.

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