Panelists: Dr. Anreas Liebl
Managing Director, UnternehmerTUM / appliedAI Charles Morgan
Partner – Technology, McCarthy Tétrault LLP Jogral Jean
Venture Manager, NextAI Dr. Sirko Straube
Deputy Head / Research and Administrative Manager, Robotics Innovation Center, DFKI GmbH – German Research Centre for Artificial Intelligence
Certification of AI: Standards for Collaboration in Intelligent Mobility
Senior Expert Functional Safety
"openGENESIS – New Platform for Assessment and Certification of AI for Autonomous Driving"
Project & Development Manager
CRIAQ – Consortium for Research and Innovation in Aerospace in Québec
"CRIAQ – Fostering the Adoption of AI in Aerospace"
Neurocat GmbH Joachim Lonien
"A Future with AI is Hardly Conceivable without a Safety and Security Standard – AI Quality Made in Germany"
Panelists: Dr. Ashkan Amiri
Distinguished Architect, Machine Learning and AI, BlackBerry Franck N'Diaye Bonny
Vice President Strategic Development, PMG Technologies Test and Research Centre Dr. Christian Müller
Head of Competence Center Autonomous Driving, DFKI – German Research Centre for Artificial Intelligence Dr. Denise Vandeweijer
Head of AI Techonolgy Team, BMW AG
An Innovative Platform for Transatlantic Cooperation
The German Canadian Concourse has a track record of bringing together thought leaders and decision-makers on up-to-date innovative topics with a relevance to Canada and Germany.
The GCC is a conference series in the spirit of the recent declaration by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy and Canada's National Research Council (NRC) on strengthening German-Canadian cooperation on innovative projects. The GCC is an established format to foster the process of connecting Canadian and German initiatives. With German-Canadian exchange expected to be boosted by newly-signed Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA), the GCC aims to expand its platform for showcasing successful examples of German-Canadian cooperation and for launching further collaboration between the two countries.
The German Canadian Concourse is about match-making.
Bringing together German and Canadian thought leaders from topic-matter relevant industries, academic institutions and the public sector during the daylong event creates a
unique opportunity to generate transatlantic linkages between participants.
Provided in part by the Transatlantic Symposium format, which uses a live video-link connecting the German and Canadian Concourse Hubs, the GCC also offers a custom match-making service
built into the conference itself. As part of this service, participant profiles generated during the registration are used to connect matched parties ad-hoc using video booths to bridge
the Atlantic whenever required.
Participants are offered the option to have their personal profiles included into a follow-up on potential transatlantic opportunities.
Be a part of the match-making – use the virtual chatrooms ...