Shanghai, September 14th, 19:00h
Join experts Guillem Alenyà, specializing in artificial intelligence, and Lou Yongqi, renowned for his insights on the social implications of technology and sustainability. They will be delving into the upcoming challenges and hurdles posed by these advancements. The session will be moderated by Dr. Xavier Ferré, a PhD in Computer Science and the co-director of the Sino-Hispanic Campus at Tongji University.
The Miguel de Cervantes Library in Shanghai hosted an enlightening roundtable discussion that delved deep into the remarkable advancements in artificial intelligence over recent years. This impactful dialogue, presented through both Spanish and Chinese perspectives, illuminated the profound influence of AI on society. The event was further enriched by the availability of simultaneous Chinese-Spanish translation, bridging two cultures in a meaningful exchange of ideas.
While the foundations of artificial intelligence were laid back in the 1950s, in recent times, it has surged beyond the purely technological realm. Its rapid development and the vast array of possibilities it introduces across various disciplines have resulted in a societal impact that’s staggering to fathom.
Could artificial intelligence tackle the world’s foremost challenges? Might it play a role in sustainability? What ethical dilemmas arise? How might it reshape the way we work?
Throughout the insightful gathering, experts passionately delved into these pressing questions, igniting a thoughtful exploration of AI’s expansive horizons.