“The future at work between deep learning, robotics, blockchain and platforms”
Daniel Kahneman, eminent psychologist, author of the best-selling Thinking, Fast and Slow and Nobel Prize winner for economics, surprised everyone at a recent AI conference claiming that there are no human, physical, cognitive or emotional abilities that machines they will not be able to emulate
We will then start provocatively from this perspective to explore potential and emerging work futures at the intersection of general purpose technologies such as artificial intelligence and blockchain protocol.
We will look at the latest data and analyzes on code economics, robotic density, automation and platform heteromation strategies. With the visionary nature of the new economic science fiction, we will risk the horizons of meaning and action of next work. Finally, we will ask ourselves more radically: if the future is already at work, will the work have a future?
“How diversity can drive innovation and enrich the human-machine symbiosis”
Which are the numbers that impact our future?
We can leverage on some dimensions we are all conscious about, but very few people are really doing something to shape living for the better.
Marco will share his vision from his professional experience, where the future of work is built on people empowerment.
Empowerment will be enabled by four different types of diversity: geography, generation, gender and “double-M”.
“See, understand and imagine the sense of things in the robots of tomorrow”
The sight is the dominant sense of human beings, with which we discover and understand the world. Today, what is the computerized vision for intelligent systems provided with a body and autonomy like robots? How can their ability to see and understand be compared to ours and which are the challenges in the robotics research field in a world where, in the next few years, robots are going to be increasingly close to us in our everyday life? During this talk, I will focus on these topics and show to what extent today’s technology can go farther and which are the paths that are currently leading to tomorrow’s.
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