A few days ago I published an article in the newspaper El Mundo Innovadores related to one of today’s most popular series; Game of Thrones, the cast is made up of outstanding actors, the storyline is catchy, its settings are exceptional and its soundtrack sophisticated, all these have contributed to its popularity, nevertheless, the series owes much of its success to special effects.
A few days ago I participated in the Eureka program on scientific research, I had a very relaxed conversation with José Guillermo Sánchez, we talked about the latest advances in Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Blockchain and how we, at the BISITE group, implement those and other technologies.
Next Tuesday, March 26th, I will have the opportunity to deliver a talk at the Valladolid Science Museum, as part of the IX cycle ‘Incredible… but false’, and I will talk to you about the evolution of Artificial Intelligence and its uses, the world of intelligent and connected machines, the current importance of this technology and its real risks.
The increase in the amount of terrorist attacks organized by radicalized groups has motivated researcher to create strategies that will help the security forces to fight against the terrorist propaganda spread by organized groups such as ISIS.
The need for fast diagnostics and treatment has made it necessary to implement ICT in the field of medicine. For healthcare, technological developments have much to offer; substantially improved medical tools which are more cost-effective and allow to provide better treatment to patients.
Visit of Kenji Matsui, director of the Robotics and Design Centre of the Osaka Institute of Technology
Professor Kenji Matsui, visited us last week. He is the Director of the Robotics and Design Centre of the Osaka Institute of Technology. We’ve been collaborating with this centre for years and now it will be one of the three building blocks of the new Biodesign centre, which is being setup in Osaka by the Japanese government.
Innovation is currently essential in the modern world. Many businesses see R+D+i as their strongest ally however there is a disparity between them and research groups, this impedes talented young people from working in areas of their interest.