Objective: to turn Salamanca into a national center of Artificial Intelligence and Internet of Things
Yesterday we held a meeting with the City Council, the University, the Provincial Council and the Junta of Castile and Leon in which a protocol was signed to promote the economic development of Salamanca and its areas of influence.
Pablo Oñate Rubalcaba participated virtually in the study visit organized by the QFORTE project. Pablo is Professor of Political Science and Administration at the University of Valencia, as well as a member of the National Agency for Quality Assessment and Accreditation (ANECA).
Juan M. Corchado, President of the AIR Institute and Director of the BISITE Research Group of the University of Salamanca presents DeepNGS, a medical research and biotechnology project, to the Deputy Prime Minister of the Spanish Government, Nadia Calviño
During the visit of the Deputy Prime Minister Nadia Calviño to USAL’s Science Park this morning, we presented DeepNGS; a platform that uses Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to automate the workflow of gene analysis and help in diagnostic procedures.
Juan M. Corchado, President of the AIR Institute and Director of the BISITE Research Group of the University of Salamanca, presents the Apapachoa project to the Deputy Prime Minister of the Spanish Government, Nadia Calviño
Nadia Calviño, the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Economic Affairs and Digital Transformation, visited the AIR Institute labs in USAL’s Science Park. We took this opportunity to present one of our most emotive projects. It’s called Apapachoa; intelligent therapeutic dolls that help increase the quality of life of people suffering from different pathologies such as Alzheimer’s, dementia or autism.
The health situation caused by Covid-19 has meant big changes in companies, many of them have had to adapt on the fly and implement strategies such as teleworking. However, this means greater exposure and less protection if appropriate measures are not taken.
Yet another interesting lecture on the world of programming languages at C1b3rWall Academy 2021. This time under the title “Shifting it to the left” by Borja Gonzalez Carro, who is Lead Security Analyst for IRIUSRISK SL.
The QFORTE meetings are a project initiative promoted by the Erasmus+ Program of the European Union, with the aim of integrating Moldova in the European Higher Education Area.
Programming languages have never been as widely used as they are today. Jesús Lagares Galá, student of Computer Engineering at the University of Cadiz and collaborating student at the Department of Computer Engineering, is aware of this and has given us an interesting lecture on Programming languages for cybersecurity at C1b3rWall Academy 2021.
Computer Engineering (EPCE 2022)” to be held in Shanghai, China, April 22-24, 2022, both online and in-person. The event is sponsored by the International Society for Applied Computing (ISAC) and the Technical Institute for Engineers (TIE).