Exploring the acceptable AI and regulatory learning


Thursday 22 September
14.00 – 15.30h




Sala Fucine


In times when cities and communities are looking to digital solutions to tackle a growing range of interconnected challenges, an acceptable AI is key. Building a trustworthy AI is core for the European Community, and projects such as DT4REGIONS provide the path for growth and implementation of AI in public services. The city appears the right place to explore. Along with the digital twin, which provides a perfect simulation field to experiment and test acceptable AI.  

 ENoLL is working in linking both physical and digital cities understanding the regulatory learning tool. To do that, the importance of citizen engagement for acceptable AI will be introduced.  

 Four different AI related topics will be exposed and discussed how those will build the acceptable AI, at the open debate: 

  1. Digital Twin 
  2. Digital Identity 
  3. Digital Spaces and Data Spaces 
  4. Citizen-centric Digital Transformation through Living Labs.  

 The outputs of this regulatory learning discussion can become the ground roots for future European policy making.   


This action collaborates with the project DT4REGIONS.