Da Friday 14 Dec 2018 a Saturday 12 Jan 2019
14.00 - 19:00
Artificial intelligence and automation: seize the opportunities for transformation
Two Impactscool training weekends with John Cabot University
Impactscool, in collaboration with John Cabot University, offers two training weekends on “Artificial intelligence and automation: seize the opportunities for transformation”.
The initiative, scheduled for December 14th and 15th and 11th and 12th January, aims to create awareness on the transformative scope of automation and artificial intelligence by offering food for thought, analysis of existing applications and a picture of the critical issues that these technologies can bring with it. Provide the tools to face the transformation that awaits us in the coming years, knowing how to seize the opportunities for your business and your work.
The course is subject to charges. More information here.
After a short introduction to the topic to approach it from the right point of view, the participants will discover the key terms and their meaning: algorithms, machine learning, deep learning, bias, neural networks and much more. Afterwards, the focus will shift to present and future applications and the possible evolution of different sectors in the next 10 to 20 years. There will also be an opportunity to reflect on the critical issues and social impacts that may arise from the changes we face.
During the course will be offered practical work and moments of confrontation.
Cristina Pozzi is an entrepreneur for profit and no profit businesses, speaker, advisor and angel investor. After selling Wish Days to an international group in 2016, she is now co-founder and CEO of Impactscool and co-founder of Checkout Free Technologies (AI solutions for retail). On Impactscool Cristina writes about innovation and technology, with a special focus on moral and philosophical implications.
Andrea Geremicca is Chief Marketing Officer and co-founder of Impactscool. Since 2014 he has been part of the Organizing team of TEDx Roma and a visiting professor and mentor at John Cabot University. A former student of Singularity University, at the Nasa Research Park in Silicon Valley, Andrea studies and writes in his articles the impacts of exponential technologies on our society.