EVent 2 | Grounding the critical path
- The RFI Process | Mr. Michael Graniero
- Trusted AI Challenge Series Event 3 and Trusted AI at Scale | Dr. Bryant Wysocki
- USAF SBIR/STTR AI Pitch Day | Ms. Denise Lee
You are invited to participate in Trusted AI-Grounding the Critical Path, the second exciting event of the Trusted AI Challenge Series, as we discuss scientific and technical challenge problems in the design, verification, and validation of trusted autonomous systems and open the call for proposals. Join us on Thursday, April 29, 2021, to learn more about the Challenge Problems and funding opportunities for academic, small business, and international R&D communities.
Hosted by Innovare Advancement Center, this three-part series is designed to cultivate, define and fund creative solutions to a set of challenge problems in trustworthy AI . During Trusted AI Challenge Series: Event 1 - Building the Vision, a distinguished set of speakers and panelists from academic, government and industry shared their vision on the future of trusted autonomous systems and insights on key research challenges. Event 1 - Building the Vision had over 600 live viewers from over 33 countries with 7000+ total views. Watch Event 1 - Building the Vision here.
Inspired by the vision shared by the distinguished speakers of the Event 1, informed by the technology needs of the partner organizations and drawing upon their expertise as leading researchers and engineers, the members of the Trusted AI Challenge Committee have developed four challenge problems that are critical for the widespread acceptance and adoption of AI systems. The challenges are open to US based academia and small businesses, and the Air Force Research Lab international community. Join us on April 29, 2021 to to hear first-hand about the challenge problems and to learn more about the Request for Proposals (RFP), eligibility and funding opportunities!
With a set of thought-provoking talks and an interactive panel covering industry, research, and government perspectives, this first event will provide insights into the critical path requirements for building reliable, robust AI and autonomous systems that can be widely adopted.REWATCH EVENT 1
This event will culminate in the release of scientific and technical challenge problems and open the call for proposals to academic, small business, and international R&D communities.
This event will feature a pitch day that allows teams to self organize
and propose a short term, high-velocity sprint to explore various aspects of these challenges. Select teams will be funded to execute their proposals.