This is about project InSecTT: Intelligent Secure Trustable Things,
https://www.insectt.eu/, a joined European research project funded by the ECSEL Joint Undertaking (JU) .
Lukasz Kulas from University of Gdansk on smart ideas and open innovation
In this episode, Anamarija talks with Prof. Lukasz Kulas from Gdansk University about smart ideas for using secure connected things in real life. For example, about retrofitting ships and harbors, or localizing medical devices in a hospital. Lukasz has also organized Open Innovation and Student Contests, and talks about how creativity can lead to cool innovations. These are good examples for bringing students, scholars and industry together to spark new ideas (and have fun)
Do you trust AI? How to make things "trustworthy" with Peter Mörtl
Do you trust AI? How to make things "trustworthy"?
Anamarija interviews Peter Mörtl from VIF about what "trust" really is, how to make things trustworthy and what the research project InSecTT contributes through its "Trustworthyness Framework".
As InSecTT is also about developing AI methods and technologies for future applications, the question needs to be asked: can we trust AI?
Michael Karner from Virtual Vehicle
Today's guest is Michael Karner, the coordinator of project InSecTT. Michael talks about the challenges of coordinating such a large project as InSecTT, especially during the Covid-19 pandemic. What is the "secret sauce" from managing a successful project?
Johannes Peltola from VTT
Johannes Peltola from VTT talks about developing AI building blocks in InSecTT. Is data the new oil? What applications are there being researched in InSecTT? And how hard is it to lead the work package #2 in such a large project?
Markus Pistauer from CISC on trustworthy ioT
In this episode, Anamarija talks with Markus Pistauer, CEO of CISC Semiconductors. Markus explains his vision for trustworthy, intelligent IoT, and how this will shape our future. We also hear some thoughts on how collaboration in such a large project works.
Ramiro Robles from ISEP Portugal
Today, Peter (substituting for Anamarija) interviews Ramiro Robles from ISEP.
What is a "high level architecture"? How is it used in such a large project like InSecTT? And why is trustworthy, intelligent IoT important for airplanes? Ramiro has the answers....