INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

APPLICATION OF ARTIFICIAL

INTELLIGENCEIN MOBIITY SYSTEMS

AND IN SUPPLY CHAINS

27 września 2019

WARSZAWA

PROGRAM

Speeches and discussion panels of the conference are essentially subordinated to the topic of artificial intelligence, whose solutions are increasingly used in practice.

This reflects the scope of development of digital technologies and the pace of implementation of the latest achievements.

 

Discussions will be conducted as part of thematic sessions:

Plenary session

Application of artificial intelligence in mobility systems and supply chains

Thematic and poster session

Development of transport systems

In the Euro-Trans 2019 program, among others

What do we know about artificial intelligence?

The results of work on the development and implementation of solutions referred to as artificial intelligence.

Implementation of artificial intelligence solutions in industrial and commercial enterprises
and service, including  the TSL industry.

Increasing the ability to compete on the global market.

Futurology.

The future is more interesting than the present.

The evolution of natural intelligence. Artificial intelligence and natural intelligence.

What processes accompanied the development of natural intelligence

- what opportunities and limitations it gives us.

Relations between man and the environment. The environment in which we operate has changed.

It covers not only other people, but also robots and bots that have the ability to communicate
and cooperate with a human being.

Fears, tensions and artificial intelligence.

What steps should employers and employees take to eliminate fears and individual and social tensions related to the dissemination of artificial intelligence solutions in business and in the public sphere?

The advancement of work on artificial intelligence in the European Union.

Safety and efficiency of applying contemporary solutions in transport and logistics.

Technological  progress, including the modern use of computer science and artificial intelligence in transport and logistics, has  created and now creates both opportunities and threats. Are we ready for these challenges?

Debate

Challenges of the changing world and technology: the future of interdisciplinary research.

Sponsorship

Scientific and Program Committee

prof. Wojciech Paprocki,

Warsaw School of Economics - chairman

 

prof. dr hab. Elżbieta Marciszewska,

Warsaw School of Economics

 

prof. dr hab. Bogusław Liberadzki,

Warsaw School of Economics

 

dr hab. Jan Pieriegud, prof. SGH,

Warsaw School of Economics

 

prof. dr hab. Juliusz Engelhardt,

Dean of the Faculty of Management and Economics of Services at the University of Szczecin

 

prof. dr hab. Elżbieta Crew,

Faculty of Management and Economics of Services at the University of Szczecin

 

prof. dr hab. Piotr Niedzielski,

Faculty of Management and Economics of Services at the University of Szczecin

 

prof. dr hab. Józef Perenc,

Faculty of Management and Economics of Services at the University of Szczecin

 

dr hab. Wojciech Downar, prof. US,

Faculty of Management and Economics of Services at the University of Szczecin

 

dr hab. Tomasz Kwarciński, prof. US,

Faculty of Management and Economics of Services at the University of Szczecin

 

dr hab. Michał Pluciński, prof. US,

Faculty of Management and Economics of Services at the University of Szczecin

 

Organizing committee

dr Michał Wolański - Chairman
 
dr Jakub Zawieska
Paulina Latosek, MA
dr Agnieszka Gozdek
dr Zuzanna Kłos-Adamkiewicz
dr Elżbieta Szaruga
Sylwia Kowalska, MA

CONFERENCE ORGANIZERS