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Vigoni Ricerca 2

Current opportunities and problems in Artificial Intelligence applications

Event info

  • today from 20/07/2023 to 22/07/2023
  • place Villa Vigoni
  • lock_outlineBy invitation
  • Coordination

    SIGN – Network of Italian Scientists in Germany;
    Villa Vigoni

For the second edition of Vigoni Ricerca, Villa Vigoni, in collaboration with SIGN, the network of Italian scientists in Germany (https://sign-network.eu/), is organizing a scientific conference on the latest developments in Artificial Intelligence. The conference will focus on the practical aspects and social impact of AI.

The conference will feature ten 30-minute presentations, each followed by a 10-minute discussion, as well as ample opportunities for informal networking and further discussions.
Speakers with expertise in the field, both German and Italian, will explore various applications and implications of Artificial Intelligence.

Participants' list
1. Giuseppe Amato, head CNR-ISTI, Pisa - AI for Media and Humanities Lab
2. Serena Ammirati, professor, U Roma Tre
3. Vanshika Bawa, researcher, DFKI Berlin
4. Claudia Berloco, lead data scientist, AI Center of Excellence, Intesa Sanpaolo
5. Roberto Calandra, professor, TU Dresden
6. Fabio Ciotti, professor, U Roma Tor Vergata
7. Gianaurelio Cuniberti, executive director - SIGN; professor, TU Dresden
8. Giuseppe De Pietro, head of FAIR - Partenariato Esteso AI PNRR
9. Roland Eils, director BiH Digital Health, Charitè Berlin
10. Giovanni Felici, director IASI-CNR, Rome
11. Vincenzo Fiorentini, sci. attachè Ital. Emb. Berlin; brd member SIGN; professor, Uni Cagliari
12. Chiara Franceschini, board member, SIGN; professor, LMU Munich
13. Antonio Krüger, head of DFKI; professor, U Saarland
14. Sandro Moraldo, president Alumni DAAD Italia; professor, U Bologna
15. Matteo Pardo, CNR, International Relations Office
16. Wojciech Samek, director Heinrich Hertz Institute; professor, TU Berlin
17. Vincenzo Valentini, professor, U Cattolica Rome and Osp. Gemelli
18. Francesca Zilio, scientific advisor, Villa Vigoni

Press release, 25.07.23