Webinar - Artificial intelligence: the promise of a new era

Wednesday 17 June, 10 A.M

Is artificial intelligence the revolution of the 21st century? During this webinar discover the radiant future made possible by AI.

A hope is being born, thanks to artificial intelligence. This macro-technology will shake up our daily habits but will also transform our approach to employment and our economic relations. Artificial intelligence will create value in all sectors and it is fundamental to include the whole of humanity in this new social project. Moreover, artificial intelligence, contrary to our preconceptions, will make us freer but also more human. But this will only be possible if we keep up the momentum.

In this webinar, Badr Boussabat, Economist, Political Scientist, Entrepreneur and Author of "L'intelligence artificielle: notre meilleur espoir" (2020) will share with us his vision on the radiant future made possible by artificial intelligence.

The session will last for 1 hour and will be followed by a 15-minute Q&A to answer all your specific questions.

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