Covid-19 times are not easy; we are not used to dealing with such situations. This experience has forced us to change our ways of acting and our standards. Naturally, the majority of us are very concerned about our privacy, we want to protect our data and our families, and minimize our public exposure.
I’m very proud of the work done by AIR Institute. The researchers at AIR are creating an application that will predict the evolution of Coronavirus by means of a series of implemented Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence techniques.
Research and innovation are processes that arise from myriads of circumstances. Those of us who are dedicated to creating innovative products and services, at times using technology which is not yet mature, must be aware of the importance of using our time and resources wisely.
Last week, the first MAPI FEDS event took place. The Santo Domingo Educational Foundation has invited me to present a conference on Artificial Intelligence and its impacts on the area of education.
Ireland has changed radically and seems to have learned from the crisis it has suffered. I have had the opportunity to see how the country promotes the development of science parks, business parks, innovation units, libraries, universities and, I believe, it sets an example to follow.
Qatar Petrolium has set up a large data analysis laboratory for the development of its connected industry. IoT is the very basis of their work and they are already developing their own IoT technology.