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ASSIST-IoT: Introduction to Federated Learning

A keynote speech entitled “ASSIST-IoT: Introduction to Federated Learning” was given by Marcin Paprzycki from SRIPAS at the 6th International Conference Information, Communication & Computing Technology (ICICCT-2021, 8 May 2021). After the success of the fifth conference held by Springer CCIS on May 09, 2020 via online, New Delhi, India, we welcome your participation and contribution to the 6th International Conference on Information, 

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ASSIST-IoT project is now member of ALICE ETP alliance!

The European Technology Platform ALICE is set-up to develop a comprehensive strategy for research, innovation and market deployment of logistics and supply chain management innovation in Europe. The platform will support and assist and advise the European Commission into the implementation of the EU Program for research: Horizon 2020 and Horizon Europe in the area of Logistics.
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ASSIST-IoT presentation

Marcin Paprzycki from SRIPAS (ASSIST-IoT partner) presented “Introduction to Federated Learning” in the EU-IoT Training Workshops Series: AIoT and Edge Machine Learning – Unleashing the Power of IoT Analytics at the Edge – on Friday May 21, 2021. This was an online event  organised by NGIoT/EU-IoT as part of the EU-IoT Training Workshops Series. Read more “ASSIST-IoT presentation”

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ASSIST-IoT Technical Report No2

ASSIST-IoT Technical Report #2, entitled ““Sunday-FL – Developing Open Source Platform for Federated Learning”  by ASSIST-IoT partners Piotr Niedziela, Anastasiya Danilenka, Dominik Kolasa, Maria Ganzha, Marcin Paprzycki, Kumar Nalinaksh has been published.  As per its abstract, since its inception, in approximately 2017, federated learning became an area of intensive research. Obviously, such research requires tools that can be used for experimentation.

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IoT Next Club

IoT Next Club  is here to boost the role of SMEs in the IoT field. It represents the forefront of techonology in Europe, as we integrate SMEs from different certicals to build a strong community and find ways to collaborate. We believe in the power of cross sector synergies as we put together diffeerent players who may benegit from the critical relationships. Read more “IoT Next Club”