Information and communication technologies (ICT) are a great opportunity for companies to reinvent themselves. However, this process requires a customised plan which will determine the solutions that are best for a particular company.
Due to the current health crisis, a large part of our daily tasks are now done online; we work from home, make transactions online and do many other activities online. However, this puts our security on the Internet at a greater risk.
The BISITE Research Group at the University of Salamanca and the IoT Digital Innovation Hub are coordinating the production of medical material that is so much in demand at the moment. This material will help in the fight against COVID-19. BISITE has the support of hundreds of volunteers, who have provided us with the material, advice and manpower required to make masks, gowns and face shields.
During the Third Multiple International Conference on Advances in Engineering Science and Technology (ASET 2020) in Dubai, we had the opportunity to examine the changes in artificial intelligence and the strength it has acquired in recent years.
Last week I had the honour of giving a lecture at the First Iberian Forum organized by Rotary, which was attended by Rotary member clubs from Spain and Portugal and various public figures. Technology, artificial intelligence, sustainable development and global security were the focus of my presentation and, above all, the link between them and the objectives of Agenda 2030.
I have had the opportunity to collaborate with the Agència per a la Qualitat del Sistema Universitari de Catalunya (AQU), and to chair one of its External Evaluation Committees.
On September 13th, the IoT Digital Innovation Hub partners with DIHELP to organize a Stakeholder Workshop. The workshop attracts SMEs, startups, investors and many others, giving its attendees the opportunity to share their ideas on digital transformation in the business sector.