Researchers of SZATKI participate in the Horizon 2020 AIDPATH project that aims to facilitate the so-called CAR-T therapies tailored to individual patients by using the cutting-edge achievements in artificial intelligence as well as production planning and scheduling techniques. The results are expected to be utilized in hematology, oncology, and handling various contagious and immune diseases.
With the Institute for Computer Science and Control (SZTAKI), Hungary, as artificial intelligence developer partner, the Hexa-X flagship project received 12MEUR funding from the European Commission for research in beyond 5G/6G radio technology connecting human, physical, and digital worlds.
Mr. Gábor Érdi-Krausz, the project coordinator of MILAB, introduced the Artificial Intelligence National Laboratory to the audience in the “From now to forever” section of MENTA. He outlined MILAB’s place in the Hungarian AI ecosystem and also offered a partnership to market participants to collaborate with MILAB’s research community.
Artificial Intelligence (AI), Data and Robotics are examples of areas where Europe needs a comprehensive plan to maintain a global lead – in business and research. Europe’s future is dependent on strong, technological capability and capacity to support European values, to improve current business and to create new business.
Presenting Hungary's AI strategy at the University of Debrecen, László Palkovics, Minister of Innovation and Technology, said Hungary intends to harness the possibilities inherent in technological change and maximize the opportunities offered by artificial intelligence (AI).