Confederation of Laboratories for Artificial Intelligence Research in Europe (CLAIRE)
Confédération des Laboratoires de Recherche sur l'Intelligence Artificielle en Europe
Initiated by Holger Hoos, professor in Machine Learning at Universiteit Leiden (The Netherlands), Morten Irgens, Vice Rector at Oslo Metropolitan University (Norway), and Philipp Slusallek, Scientific Director at the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (Germany). Headquarters in the Hague (Netherlands) announced at the 2nd CLAIRE Symposium in Rome, 26 Feb 2019.
Strengthen European excellence in AI research and innovation by establishing a pan-European network of Centres of Excellence in AI and a central facility that will promote talent and provide a focal point for exchange and interaction of researchers at all stages of their careers, across all areas of AI.
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