May 6, 2019

DESIGNATED DRIVER CEO SPEAKING AT AI FOR GOOD GLOBAL SUMMIT

AI for Good Global Summit is the leading United Nations platform for global and inclusive dialogue on AI. Hosted by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) in partnership with UN Sister agencies, XPRIZE Foundation and ACM, the goal of the summit is to identify practical applications of AI and ensure trusted, safe and inclusive development of AI technologies and equitable access to their benefits.

Taking place May 28-31 in Geneva, Switzerland, the summit brings together leading minds in AI, industry leaders, academia and government officials to act as speakers, mentors and participants in expert debates on AI technology, policy and strategy. Participants can view dynamic demos and join workshops and boot-camps. As a result of the action-oriented AI Breakthrough Tracks, last year’s summit saw more than 35 projects generated, including satellite, smart cities and health focused initiatives.

Designated Driver CEO Manuela Papadopol will be featured in the Future of Smart & Safe Mobility session, joining Head of Data Science Mike Tamir of UBER, Adrien Gaidon of the Toyota Research Institute, CEO Carsten Breitfeld of Byton and others. Topics will include creating trust in autonomous driving, how the future of mobility will change the way we live and work as well as urban/suburban environments, safety and security risks associated with connected and autonomous driving, impact of 5G, future of transport and more.

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