The Symposium on AI, Data, and Digitalization in Norwegian fjords, brought together industry leaders, researchers, and innovators to discuss the cutting-edge advancements in the realm of artificial intelligence, data, and digitalization. Among the participants was Dumitru Roman from SINTEF, and George Konstantinidis Assistant Professor in AI at the School of Electronics & Computer Science of the University of Southampton

During the symposium, participants had the privilege of delving into a myriad of topics, ranging from emerging technologies to the ethical implications of AI and data-driven approaches. Among the speakers was an individual who stood out with their intriguing research on technologies for future data marketplaces—highlighting the groundbreaking work being carried out under the UPCAST project.

The UPCAST project has been spearheading advancements in the realm of data marketplaces, exploring innovative solutions to facilitate the efficient exchange, management, and utilization of data. This project aims to shape the data landscape of the future, ensuring that data flows seamlessly while adhering to legal frameworks and meeting the expectations and rights of all stakeholders.

Our esteemed speaker had the opportunity to share their valuable insights and research during the symposium. Their presentation captivated the audience as they outlined the vision and progress of the UPCAST project. The session shed light on the technological advancements being made, paving the way for more efficient and secure data marketplaces that will drive innovation and collaboration.

The discussions and knowledge shared at the Symposium on AI, Data, and Digitalization were nothing short of transformative. The event provided an invaluable platform for networking and fostering collaborations among like-minded individuals and organizations passionate about shaping the future of AI and data.

As the symposium came to a close, participants left with a renewed sense of enthusiasm and inspiration, armed with fresh perspectives and ideas. The Symposium on AI, Data, and Digitalization in the Norwegian fjords was an unforgettable experience, reaffirming the significance of collective efforts in harnessing the potential of AI, data, and digitalization for a brighter future.