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HEDY Conference focused on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and cyber security.

HEDY Conference: Human Factors in the Artificial Intelligence Era

Óbuda University, Budapest, Hungary – October 25, 2023

We are delighted to announce the upcoming HEDY Conference focused on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and cyber security. The conference program consists of three consecutive modules: the closing event of the HEDY project, the educational and research problems of today’s artificial intelligence, and the presentation of the actualities of cyber security.” HEDY Conference on October 25, 2023, at Óbuda University in Budapest.

Esteemed speakers and experts from various fields will gather to explore the critical intersection of human factors and artificial intelligence. The conference aims to foster insightful discussions and promote the exchange of ideas in this evolving landscape.

The conference will officially kick off on Wednesday morning with a welcome from Professor Rajnai Zoltán, Professor Kovács Levente, and Hungarian Artificial Intelligence Coalition representatives. Engaging presentations, including a project overview by Szabó Gyula, a discussion of the HEDY Booklet by Davide Careglio, insights into the HEDY Toolkit by Maria Helena Antunes, a presentation on the HEDY MOOC by Lehoczky Mária, and a comprehensive introduction to the HEDY Guide by Tihomir Dovramadjiev will follow them. Attendees will have the opportunity to take a short break before proceeding to the subsequent sessions.

A highlight of the conference will be the special sessions (I-V) taking place from 14:00 to 16:30. These sessions will delve into specific topics related to AI, exploring its impact on various sectors such as business, education, governance, healthcare, and lifestyle. Participants can choose to attend the session of their interest and gain valuable insights from domain experts.

Moreover, there will be parallel events held throughout the day, including the FEES seminar on “AI in Machinery” in English, an AI workshop by Csaba Kollár in Hungarian, a roundtable discussion on AI education in Óbuda University (in Hungarian), an Education Centre presentation by Óbuda University (in Hungarian), and an AI session in the field of Environment, Health, and Safety (EHS) conducted in English.

The scientific committee, comprising experts from ACEEU, AidLearn, UPC, OU, TUV, FEES/CEEPUS, and various academic institutions, has played a crucial role in ensuring the high quality and relevance of the conference.

Selected papers from the conference will have publication opportunities in renowned journals such as IETI Transactions on Ergonomics and Safety and Safety Reports.

We welcome you to Óbuda University in Budapest for the HEDY Conference. Let’s come together to explore the multifaceted relationship between human factors and artificial intelligence in the era of innovation.

Please visit the official event registration website for more information and registration details.

Konferencia regisztráció


HEDY Life in the AI Era Erasmus+ Project Holds Transnational Meeting in Varna, Bulgaria

The HEDY Life in the AI Era Erasmus+ project is set to host its highly anticipated transnational project meeting in Varna, Bulgaria, on June 19th and 20th, 2023. The event will take place at the prestigious Rosslyn Dimyat Hotel Varna, providing the participants with a convenient and comfortable setting. For those unable to attend in person, the meeting will also be accessible online.
The meeting will bring together representatives from various partner organizations involved in the HEDY project to explore the role of artificial intelligence (AI) in education and fostering AI literacy. The project has been made possible through the support of the Erasmus+ program, which promotes international collaboration and exchange in education.
A diverse range of topics will be covered during the first day of the meeting. The agenda includes a warm welcome and presentation by the Bulgarian Association for Ergonomics and Human Factors and the Óbuda University (OU), followed by a summary of the HEDY project’s results by OU. Additional highlights include discussions on the translation of the HEDY Booklet led by the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya · Barcelona (UPC), the HEDY Toolkit and its publication by AidLearn, and the validation and translation of the HEDY MOOC by OU.
The day will also feature a series of sessions on implementing the HEDY Guidelines, with BAEHF leading the introduction to the guidelines and ACEEU providing guidance on using the MOOC and Toolkit assets. UPC will explore the actual and future utilization of the MOOC and Toolkit, while OU will delve into creating a MOOC for the first time. BAEHF will also oversee the development of an implementing glossary with key terms on AI-related topics.
The meeting’s second day will continue the discussion on the guidelines, led by BAEHF and involving all partners. Project tasks and deadlines, as well as the overall work plan, will be addressed by OU and the partner organizations.
The budget summary and expectations will be presented by OU, ensuring transparency and effective financial management.
The meeting will conclude with a comprehensive review of decisions reached, assigned tasks and deadlines, and final remarks by OU and all partners.
In addition to the productive agenda, participants can network and socialize during the social dinner, fostering further collaboration and camaraderie among the project’s stakeholders.
The HEDY Life in the AI Era Erasmus+ project is dedicated to advancing AI literacy in education and preparing students and teachers for the challenges and opportunities of the AI era. Through international cooperation and knowledge exchange, the project aims to create valuable resources, including the HEDY Booklet, HEDY Toolkit, and HEDY MOOC, which will empower educators and learners to navigate the world of AI effectively.
Please visit the HEDY Life in the AI Era Erasmus+ project website for more information about the project and its progress.