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Artificial intelligence (AI) has already delivered breakthroughs in various fields, and is now changing the face of aviation. Nevertheless, AI can also entail new risks or have negative consequences at many levels of society. For this reason, the EASA Artificial Intelligence Roadmap established an initial vision on the safety and ethical aspects of AI development...

We are pleased to announce that Deep Blue will participate in the upcoming EASN 11th International Conference on “Innovation in Aviation & Space to the Satisfaction of the European Citizens”. The conference will take place online, from the 1st until the 3rd of September 2021. Deep Blue will be represented by six EU-funded research projects we...

Cancer has an incidence of more than 18 million new cases each year. Both the challenges of the disease and the side-effects of treatment can degrade patients' mental health. For example, depression and anxiety affect up to 20% of cancer patients, compared to the average 5% of the general population. It's true that healthcare personnel can...

Aviation is going to change dramatically in the next decade. Urban air mobility will rise, employing drones and sky taxis. By 2030, single pilot operations will probably become a reality. The use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and intelligent assistants in aviation will not only affect the flight deck but also air traffic and airport operations....

How to support decision-making of pilots in complex situations? The HARVIS project aims to answer this question by developing a future concept of Artificial Intelligence in the cockpit....

A wave of new systems based on automation is rapidly changing the Air Traffic Management. Consequently, the work of the air traffic controllers all over Europe is changing as well. Do these changes affect attribution of legal liabilities? How? Answering these questions is the purpose of the Automation and Liability in ATM course. In short, it...