Regulation for technology developments in robotics and artificial intelligence is commonly seen as one of the important yet structurally neglected fields in research and political debate. This was highlighted in 2017 by the European Parliament report and a public consultation, indicating that a vast majority of citizens in Europe is regarding those developments as positive innovation fields but where further safeguards and regulations are needed (EP Resolution on Civil Law Rules on Robotics, 2015/2103(INL): Rapporteur Mady Delvaux). The workshop is directed at discussing the state of the art within the field of transportation, supply chain management and logistics as well as evaluating possible actions like regulation, agency- or industry-based approaches for establishing safeguards towards effective but risk-mitigating settings for this sector. This workshop will bring together academics and sector experts to discuss in a roundtable format. Three moderated sessions will address the crucial aspects of
Besides the open discussion regarding this new topic in research and practice, exchange among participants is also aimed at cooperation perspectives like
Participants from different disciplines in academia, politics, advisory as well as practice are welcome.
Discussions will be moderated by EUI Visiting Fellow Prof Matthias Klumpp and Prof Juan Montero.
For information on registration and participation please contact FSR.Transport@eui.eu
Organiser: David Kupfer
Welcome & Introduction -MATTHIAS KLUMPP, FOM Essen, Fraunhofer IML, European University Institute; DAVID KUPFER, European University Institute
How AI and robotics help production and SCM today – ALBERTO REGATTIERI, FRANCESCO PILATI, University of Bologna
Requirements of logistics service providers towards IoT and AI – JULIAN SANDERS, Bohnen Logistik
Urban mobility – current and future challenges – ROBERTO MONTEMANNI, IDSIA
Truck driver training in Europe – An Introduction to FutureDRV – JAMES TILLYER, Transformotion UK & FutureDRV Project
Human motivation and AI collaboration – CAROLINE RUINER, Ruhr University Bochum
How to prepare workers for logistics innovations today & tomorrow -DOMINIC LOSKE, Rewe Group
Future options – How might we design cooperation between AI and humans? – MARIE BITTNER, Ruhr University Bochum
Conclusion and Outlook – MATTHIAS KLUMPP, FOM Essen, Fraunhofer IML, European University Institute; CAROLINE RUINER, Ruhr University Bochum
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