Tag: artificial intelligence

The First Iberian Forum on Sustainability and Technology

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.

Artificial Intelligence and Biotechnology

Biotechnology is a science that fuses biology and technology, and has applications in a number of sectors, such as medicine, pharmaceutics and agriculture, providing solutions to different social problems.

IoT and Artificial Intelligence in the maritime sector

The first master’s degree dedicated to training marine technologists in ICT and AI “Smart Maritime Industry & Surveying”.

More than a month ago I anticipated information about the kick off meeting for a project led by us: Smartsea The Surveying & MARiTime internet of thingS EducAtion Erasmus+, Knowledge Alliances.

AI at the 48th St. Stephen’s Conversations

I had the opportunity to participate in the 48th St. Stephen’s Conversations, where I shared my perspective on Artificial Intelligence and Social Change.

AI and airlines

AI is changing the world, today we have learned more about the advances that are being made thanks to AI, from the CEO of Qatar Airways, Akbar Al Baker. This airline uses Artificial Intelligence to improve its operations and efficiency and to increase the number of customers.

Society and AI go hand in hand

I recently had the opportunity to work with Dr. Karamjit S Gill from AI and Society, at the University of Cambridge. Dr. Karamjit is Emeritus Professor at the University of Brighton, and is also a member of the Interdisciplinary Performance Research Network. 

Artificial Intelligence Planning

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 potential of AI is limitless

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.

 
 

JM Corchado y D. Francisco Herrera Triguer

H.E. Mr. Francisco Herrera Triguero takes his seat as Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering

It has been an emotional moment to see Mr. Francisco Herrera Triguero, Professor of Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence at the University of Granada, take his seat as Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering of Spain.