The International Conference on AI in Work, Innovation, Productivity and Skills, organized by the OECD, will be held February 21-25, 2022 to promote a multidisciplinary, evidence-based policy debate to drive AI adoption in the world of work that is reliable, responsible, effective, beneficial and human-centered.
The AI-WIPS project will also be presented at the conference: opportunities and risks of different types of AI systems, characteristics of AI adopters and impact on productivity, and skills needed to adapt to the rapidly changing world of work.
From 24th to 26th November 2021, it is possible to participate to the Tech Share Day (TSD) 2021, an online event that brings together the world of public research with that of companies, investors and innovators on the theme of the Internet of Things (Iot) and Artificial Intelligence (AI).
In particular, there are 8 webinars divided into 3 days:
TSD Opening Table
Artificial intelligence applied to human health
From data to knowledge to action: machine learning in the biomedical field
AI and Big Data in Fintech
Open Data for Smart City and Public Administration
From Data Analysis to Industrial Applications
Iot and Artificial Intelligence applied to intelligent transport system
The Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Course for Industry 4.0, organized by the University of Padua and managed by Unismart – Fondazione Università di Padova, is starting.
The course is divided into three meetings, with the Scientific Direction of Prof. Emanuele Menegatti – Head of Intelligent Autonomous Systems Laboratory (IAS-Lab) of the Department of Information Engineering.
The aim is to train companies on the most advanced technologies in the field of “Artificial Intelligence and Robotics”, creating a dialogue between the University and local businesses.
As reported in the article of Sole 24 Ore «Artificial Intelligence and Robotics have the possibility to radically transform services and production processes – says Emanuele Menegatti, professor of Autonomous Robotics at the University of Padua and scientific director of the course -. Transferring the results of academic research to companies has already shown to be able to create new products and services. Furthermore, this is now also feasible in companies that until a few years ago were excluded for economic size or internal structure».
The University of Padua, a member of the IMPROVENET Regional Innovation Network, is also a partner of the National PhD in Artificial Intelligence for Industry 4.0.