During the International Conference on Case-Based Reasoning (ICCBR) held in Otzenhausen, Germany, I had the opportunity to attend some informative and exceptionally stimulating talks concerning Explainable AI (XAI), the theme of ICCBR 2019.
The Internet of Things (IoT) has revolutionized many sectors, agriculture is one of them. There are many companies and entrepreneurs who have seen the potential of implementing technology in agriculture. They have invested into the implementation of sensors that monitor and collect data from agricultural activities, such as irrigation, crop cultivation and livestock feeding.
Today LG showed us a prototype of its transparent TV. I’ve never had the opportunity to watch a transparent TV before, it was the first time I could see what it’s like! It has been an interesting experience and the prototype has a lot of potential.
Artificial intelligence is becoming an inseparable part of every aspect of our lives. AI in combination with the capacity we have today to build machines, develop sensors, vision systems, etc., is facilitating the creation of all kinds of interactive devices and technologies.
Last week, I had the opportunity to attend the 4th Zamora Entrepreneurship and Job Fair, organized by the Zamora Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Services. About 350 young people from the locality attended the event; they have been able to learn first-hand about the technological innovations that are emerging in the business fabric.
We have had the opportunity to participate in one of the largest AI and application events held worldwide. The Dubai World Trade Centre has hosted the AI Everything, a congress that makes it possible for researchers and industries to exchange experiences.
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.