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Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Aviation

A Global Strategic Business Report

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AI in Aviation - Time Machine 2017
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Dr. Greg Hyslop of The Boeing Company provided evidence that “we need to free ourselves from terrestrial transportation" and the economic inefficiency that is the automobile. He also set forth how the increasing level of air traffic necessitates AI in the cockpit to maintain safety in air travel.

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AI in Aviation | AI FOR GOOD LIVE
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During the past years there has been a significant increase of innovation in aviation. Many of these are realizing use cases that are delivering on the SDGs from the air. Whether it is internet from balloons, or drones providing medication or using new aviation platforms to collect data previously only available through satellites. Underlying this boom is a series of new technologies included increase automation -including the initial use of AI. The AI in Aviation panel will discuss some of the more exciting developments in this regard and also on the regulatory approaches that are being developed. Website: https://aiforgood.itu.int Twitter: https://twitter.com/ITU_AIForGood LinkedIn Page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/26511907 LinkedIn Group: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/8567748 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aiforgood Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AIforGood

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FLY AI #5 - Sharing data for AI in aviation
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“Data is the new oil”, “the more data the better” - these are just some of the slogans associated with the rise of artificial intelligence (AI). Indeed a lot of the recent AI breakthroughs are based on machine learning and deep learning which rely on big amount of data for analytics at scale and to train an algorithm to do a specific tasks like classifying an object in an image. This webinar will highlight how data sharing is enabling the development of new data analytics and AI capabilities for aviation, and present some of the challenges we are facing in terms of regulation, data collection, data governance, data quality as well as trust between competitive actors. This online event is the fifth webinar in the joint “FLY AI” webinar series, which EUROCONTROL is organising on behalf of the European Aviation High Level Group on Artificial intelligence. Learn more about our FLY AI series here: https://www.eurocontrol.int/fly-ai

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Webinar IV - “Machine Learning, Big Data, and AI in Aviation: Harnessing Technology, Managing Risks”
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4th episode/IASL WEBINAR SERIES: LAW IN A RAPIDLY EVOLVING AVIATION INDUSTRY The recording of the webinar titled “Machine Learning, Big Data, and AI in Aviation: Harnessing Technology, Managing Risks”organized by McGill Institute of Air and Space Law (IASL) on 3 March 2022. Speakers - Ken Quinn, Partner, Clyde & Co LLP - Kinga Kolasa-Sokolowska, Client Advisor, Marsh Broker Japan Moderator - Yuri Fattah, Programme Manager, Multidisciplinary Priorities, Air Navigation Bureau, ICAO Introductory remarks - Ram S Jakhu, Full Professor, IASL, McGill University Our sincere thanks to Maria Manoli and Kiran Mohan Vazhapully for their support in organizing this event.

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AI FOR GOOD LIVE | AI in Aviation
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During the past years there has been a significant increase of innovation in aviation. Many of these are realizing use cases that are delivering on the SDGs from the air. Whether it is internet from balloons, or drones providing medication or using new aviation platforms to collect data previously only available through satellites. Underlying this boom is a series of new technologies included increase automation -including the initial use of AI. The AI in Aviation panel will discuss some of the more exciting developments in this regard and also on the regulatory approaches that are being developed. Website: https://aiforgood.itu.int Twitter: https://twitter.com/ITU_AIForGood LinkedIn Page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/26511907 LinkedIn Group: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/8567748 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aiforgood Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AIforGood

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Using AI in Aviation
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Artificial intelligence has been used in the aeronautical sector for quite some time, especially in the analysis of data and information received from aircraft in flight. These are technological systems that initially evaluate discrepancies in the information received from aircraft and engines. But a set of systems is being developed that will allow, in the future, the entire sector to be, in the limit, controlled by exclusively digital systems. From the technical control of aircraft to air traffic control, in the limit, all functions may be devoid of human control. Panel with: Magda Cocco - Moderator Partner, Head of the Aerospace Industry Group and Head of the ICT pratice at VdA Inês Berlenga International Cooperation Officer - Project Manager for Ethics in AI for Aviation - EASA José Luís Sousa Freitas Aerospace and Security Sales Manager - Edisoft José Neves Board Member - GMV

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