Conference ‘Meet the Future of AI’: registration now open

On 29 June 2023, Horizon Europe research projects AI4media, AI4Trust, TITAN and - in cooperation with the European Commission - host a one-day-event that focuses on various facets of Artificial Intelligence and the disinformation landscape. Full title: Meet the Future of AI: Countering Sophisticated & Advanced Disinformation.

In particular, challenges posed by emerging generative AI solutions will be discussed by individuals coming from research, academia, industry, policy making / regulation, the media, the fact-checking sector and more.

The event takes place physically at VRT, located at Karabiniersplein, Auguste Reyerslaan 52 B, 1043 Brussels. You can attend in person (if you manage to secure a place) or virtually via live stream.

In order to participate either virtually or in person, prior registration is mandatory. You can do so by accessing the event registration page and then submitting your details.

Important note: physical spaces are limited. Places for in-person-attendance are allocated on a “first come, first served” basis. Successful individuals will be notified. Should you obtain a place and, at a later stage and for whatever reason, not be able to make it to Brussels for the event on 29 June, we urge you and kindly request you to notify us as early as possible that you will not be requiring your allocated seat. This way, your place can be re-allocated to others interested in attending, e.g. those who find themselves on the waiting list. Furthermore, we need to have a good idea about numbers for planning purposes as catering will be provided during the day (free of charge for you), and we want to keep waste as well as costs to a minimum. 

For details about the agenda check out the preliminary programme below. The ultimate programme with all the speakers and more detailed session information will be published in due course on this site. So stay tuned!

We look forward to seeing many of you in Brussels on 29 June! 


Author: Jochen Spangenberg (DW), on behalf of the organising team. is co-funded by the European Commission under grant agreement ID 101070093, and the UK and Swiss authorities. This website reflects the views of the consortium and respective contributors. The EU cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained herein.