19 May 2022

Technologies for dual-use: Artificial Intelligence


Dual-use trends and market insights in Canada, Singapore and UAE

As part of an EU project focused on export of European dual-use products and services to third markets, a series of webinars will be organised in the coming months for ambitious European small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) to increase their knowledge about the trends and technologies and potential business opportunities within the three target markets Canada, Singapore and United Arab Emirates (UAE). The webinars are organized in order to engage SMEs to participate in business missions to the three target countries in late 2022/early 2023.

In this second of four webinars, experts from Canada, Singapore and UAE will provide an overview of the latest artificial intelligence trends and technologies, main features of the defense & security market related to artificial intelligence in Canada, Singapore and the United Arab Emirates, and explore business opportunities with European stakeholders.

Who should join (target audiences): Ambitious small and medium sized entreprises (SMEs) with a dual-use product or service, and an interest in attending one or more of the three business missions.

Why you should join: Get unique insights into the three markets, increase your knowledge and explore potential business and collaborative opportunities.

Date: 19 May 2022, 14:00 – 15:30 CET

Place: Online via Webex

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14.00 Welcome and introduction to the EU KETs4Dual-Use 2.0 project

14.10 General overview of artificial intelligence (AI) as dual-use technology
Mr. Jaanus Tamm, President and CEO, DefSecIntel Solutions

Mr. Jaanus Tamm will be the moderator of the webinar and will set the scene for the webinar with a general overview and some use cases

14:30 Perspectives from Singapore (incl. 5 min Q&A)
Mr. Sébastien de Peretti, Co-Founder, Jumpster

14:50 Perspectives from UAE (incl. 5 min Q&A)
Mr Jean-Pierre Labry, Managing Partner, TTE Gulf

15:10 Q&A

15:30 Wrap up and next webinar