FAITH project set to revolutionise AI in ports

FAITH project set to revolutionise AI in ports

The kick-off meeting of the FAITH project was held this week in Heraklion (Crete), an initiative that will develop reliable and ethical Artificial Intelligence (AI) solutions in areas such as health, education, transport, and critical infrastructure management.

The FAITH project, in which Fundación Valenciaport participates as a partner, has a budget of nearly €10 million ($10.87 million), co-funded by the Horizon Europe programme of the European Climate, Infrastructure, and Environment Executive Agency (CINEA) and is scheduled to end in January 2028.

FAITH proposes the development of an innovative human-focused reliability management ecosystem that will equip AI practitioners, end-users and other stakeholders with operational tools and instruments to ensure, assess and monitor reliability in AI and/or robotics solutions throughout the entire lifecycle of AI systems.

This ecosystem will be composed of two parts: FAITH AI_TAF, a trustworthiness assessment framework, and FAITH Trustworthiness Evaluation Infrastructure, a risk assessment framework.

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In total, the FAITH project will implement 14 large-scale pilots in seven critical domains (robotics, education, media, transport, healthcare, active ageing, and industry), in the hopes of demonstrating that FAITH holistic estimation can be used in a wide range of domains.

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