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 seventeenth International Conference on High Performance Computing and Simulation (HPCS 2019) is going to take place from the 15th to the 19th of July, 2019 in Dublin (Ireland).
I had the pleasure of participating as a speaker at the Seminar in Valladolid, organized by the Institute for Business Competitiveness of Castile and Leon (ICE), within the IOTEC project framework of the Interreg Spain-Portugal Program (POCTEP). At the event, we debated on the IoT and Blockchain as business drivers, exchanging ideas and information on these technologies.
I’ve had the pleasure of participating in the 12th International Conference on Information Security #12ENISE in the Exhibition Palace, Leon, an event organized by the National Cybersecurity Institute (INCIBE), which gathers both national and international companies and professionals working in the field of Cybersecurity.
Artificial intelligence is in full swing and the world’s artificial intelligence researchers are currently gathering in Stockholm for the year’s largest event in this field, IJCAI (International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence). Hundreds of events take place at this conference, they tackle very interesting and topical issues.
Not so long ago, we had the pleasure of welcoming Professor Lorna Uden, member of the Centre for Information, Intelligence and Security Systems (CIISS) from Staffordshire University. She visited the cities of Salamanca, Ávila and Zamora to select the future venue for the KMO and LTEC congresses.
The conference took place in Toledo, from the 20th to the 22nd of June and I saw some very interesting research at the 9th International Symposium on Ambient Intelligence (ISAMI), which is part of the PAAMS Conference.
The 16th edition of PAAMS in Toledo is an international forum for research on multi-agent agents and systems.
Every year I attend the International Conference on Practical Applications of Agents and Multi-Agent Systems and this was no different. The 16th edition was held in the beautiful city of Toledo with more than 300 participants.
A conference that provides an international forum to present and discuss the latest scientific developments and their effective applications, to assess the impact of the approach and to facilitate technology transfer in the field of agent and multi-agent systems
The session at which IBM Hackathon Cogs for Good presented its works took place today at the 16th edition of Practical Applications of Agents and Multi-Agent Systems Conference. These works had been selected a few months ago at the Hackathon events held in Valencia and Salamanca.