SYMPOSIUM AI’s Role in Defining the Future of Social Security and Assessment of Work Capacity

In recent years, the sphere of Artificial Intelligence (AI) has catapulted to the forefront of innovation, presenting a myriad of opportunities and equally significant challenges.

On the 6th of  March 2024, we will be looking at the opportunities that AI offers in the social security landscape at our conference Shaping Tomorrow: AI in Social Security and Work Capacity Assessment” thanks to the rich legacy and expertise of the European Union of Medicine in Assurance and Social Security (EUMASS).

With the support of the Belgian Presidency of the Council of the European Union, through this conference, EUMASS aims to foster discussions that envision AI as a transformative tool in the health sector, enhancing the accuracy and efficiency of work capacity assessments and promoting a healthier, more inclusive labour market.

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More information on the detailed program will follow in the coming weeks.  
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SAVE THE DATE  06-03-2024

Brussels (on invitation)+ virtual



deadline until November 05, 2023

The primary aim of this survey is to identify the current positioning of AI in the area of social security. We gather insights and opinions from stakeholders with diverse perspectives and experiences related to the integration of AI technologies in social security.
The findings from this survey will contribute to the development of policy recommendations for the trustworthy integration of AI in social security. Your participation will help us to tailor these recommendations to the expectations and experiences represented in the sector.

If you have any questions or technical requirements, please do not hesitate to contact  Anastasiya Kiseleva –

For those who have not yet had the chance to participate, we can also provide additional support for clarifying questions if you have any. We provide a brief webinar to be held by Anastasiya Kiseleva on October 30 at 18.00 (Monday), where you could pose your questions and receive the necessary clarifications.

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