CounteR Project Featured at a High-Level Cybersecurity and Military AI Conference in Romania

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The CounteR Project was presented at a NATO-supported conference on cybersecurity and military artificial intelligence in Suceava, Romania.

ASSIST Software’s Adrian Onu presented the CounteR Project to the participants in the conference “Cybersecurity and Military Artificial Intelligence. New legal challenges and resilience perspectives”, conducted in Suceava, Romania on 26 January 2023 and organised by the Association of Law and Administrative Sciences and the “Stefan cel Mare” University of Suceava.

This prestigious event, supported by NATO’s Public Diplomacy Programme, brought together experts from various fields to discuss critical topics in cybersecurity and AI. Distinguished experts and researchers from Romania, Moldova and Ukraine were among the attendees. The conference focused on the challenges and prospects for resilience in cybersecurity and artificial intelligence in the global geopolitical context.

The event provided an opportunity for researchers and practitioners to exchange updates, network, and identifying potential collaborations in the region and internationally. “For me, it was a privilege to be able to inform the distinguished participants about CounteR. Our active involvement with this project demonstrates AST’s deep commitment to driving innovation and providing practical solutions in cybersecurity and AI”, Mr. Onu commented.

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