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The Programme Advisory Board for implementing AiNed

The AiNed programme is addressing bottlenecks in areas such as innovation, the knowledge base, the labour market, society and data sharing. Public-private investments are being made in the first phase of the programme in four domains:

  • Knowledge base and innovation base
  • People and skills
  • Applying AI systems
  • Collaboration within the ecosystem

Appointment of the Programme Advisory Board

Each subprogramme has various components aimed at specific aspects within the quadruple helix: target groups, collaborations and intended results, many of which have now been or are being worked out in concrete terms. A sustainable link with stakeholders in the ecosystem is very important for this. The AiNed Foundation appoints the AiNed Programme Advisory Board to do this, filling it with people who are experts on one or more of AiNed’s sub-programmes and who are recognised leaders in the fields concerned. In daily practice, the Programme Advisory Board acts as a sounding board, adviser and intermediary for the AiNed management on matters relating to the implementation of the AiNed programme.

Composition

We are pleased to announce the composition of the Programme Advisory Board, including the subprogrammes these people will represent. The following are members of the Programme Advisory Board:

  • Emile Aarts, Knowledge Base and Innovation Base, particularly the ELSA Labs
  • Maarten van Steen, Knowledge Base and Innovation Base, particularly the Innovation Labs
  • René Montenarie, People and Skills
  • Zakia Guernina, People and Skills
  • Arjan van den Born, Applying AI Systems
  • Pallas Achterberg, Applying AI Systems
  • Henk Jan Vink, Collaboration within the Ecosystem, in particular the EU Knowledge Network and EU Innovation
  • Kees van der Klauw, Collaboration within the Ecosystem, in particular cooperation with the AI Hubs and the Netherlands AI Coalition
  • Erik Wijnen, Ministry of Economic Affairs (for relevant issues only)
  • Jeroen Doorman, Ministry of Economic Affairs (for relevant issues only)

Read more here about the members of the Programme Advisory Board. We look forward to the cooperation and valuable contributions of the PAB members to the strategic implementation of the AiNed programme.

Published07/06/2022
Focusgebieden: AI
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