“Imagination Intelligence” medicine, science, transportation and technology. How does artificial intelligence change our lives?

“Imagination Intelligence” medicine, science, transportation and technology.  How does artificial intelligence change our lives?

Today’s computers have more and more of what is commonly called human characteristics. They are able to evaluate, decide and learn. But will algorithms recreate consciousness?

Artificial intelligence and its evolution raise questions that touch the deepest aspects of the relationship between humans and machines. What are the potential applications of artificial intelligence?

A journey through imaginary intelligence to access experiments in scientific research, industrial production, and medicine, to discover the extent of human artificial intelligence.

event, in association with Science Festivalsigned in Sala Petrassi fromParco della Musica in Rome The live broadcast began on all the group’s publications on Thursday, April 20, starting at 11:00. Mediated by journalist Costanza Calabrese, deputy director of Messaggero Álvaro Moretti and journalist at Messaggero Andrea Andrei.


Humanity of artificial intelligence

Paola Inverardi (University Chancellor, GSSI)Autonomous systems have become more complex and are now taking the place of us as human beings in relationships. We are not ready for these changes, for this role of digital in our lives. Systems programmed according to logic don’t always allow for freedom, such as those who might want to give their hospital transformation to someone more needy. Systems transcend the limits of human interaction. When talking about digital systems, it is important to talk about human dignity. The model behind ChatGPT is mathematical, not semantic. Ethics in machines? It starts with robotics, then with autonomous driving systems. It’s an open discussion. We need to understand how to interact with the machine, we have no chance of getting equal interaction. As with cookies, we accept or decline without knowing why. I am very fascinated by machines, the only concern is sustainability: all this requires energy, it is very expensive.”

Diego Cioli (Head of Government Affairs and Public Policy, Google Italy): “Artificial intelligence is much less than what you read about in discussion and much more than what you have in your pocket. It’s something you already have, we’re already using and it’s going to dramatically change people’s lives in the years to come. Many years ago, we decided that AI technologies should do more good than harm: for example, if they were used to bomb a country, it would do more harm than good. But the debate over the ethics of the technologies is key: the generation after us will have to understand how to use AI without bullying others. ChatGPT? I believe privacy legislation is modern and futuristic. The principle is clear: rules exist and must be applied independently of technology, and when this does not happen, it is right to confront ».

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Mattia De Rosa (Director of Data and AI Solutions Professionals, Microsoft): “We would like the co-pilot to help us in day-to-day operations. New opportunities will open up with artificial intelligence: When Gutenberg invented printing, he was afraid that humans might lose their memory. People who see this distant thing today will be able to understand its limitations and opportunities. We Italians, because of our disorganized way of working Dealing with life, we will find a great way to use technology. In the data we try to say clearly what we do, so that people can accept it or not. We are part of a complex ecosystem, we try to push the competent bodies to make laws and set the restrictions that we put with our principles. In ChatGPT no Something is getting out of hand: It’s okay to discuss it, it can be done in a less flashy way but that’s okay too.”

“The frontiers of virtual medicine”

Matteo Della Porta (Head of the Leukemia Unit, IRCCS Humanitas Clinical Institute & Humanitas University – Milan): “In research, the human being is at the center of the project, despite the development of artificial intelligence. Generative AI has arrived this year and the paradigm is changing: AI not only helps us extract data more accurately, it generates value in an original way and can identify clinical contents that weren’t there before. Now you can create virtual patients to speed up drug operations. We have understood in this pandemic how important drug approval times can be, and now patients are virtual guinea pigs that speed up processes and allow people not to have to be guinea pigs themselves for the drugs being tested. The topic of simulation is fundamental: creating environments where there is AI-guided learning that offers huge opportunities for surgeons and others. However, doctors do not trust them, but this is because there is a problem with training: the distrust of the medical community is based on the fact that we are asked to interact with tools that we do not know. We need a professional clinical pathway review.”

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“Imagination Applications”

Emmanuelle Calla (Vice President, Innovation and Quality, ADR): “Innovation is essential to create new services and ensure an optimal passenger experience. There are three main pillars: internal organization, idea path identification, innovation path, with a group called Innovation Cabin Crew which is cross-sectional; The second is open innovation, which seeks to engage startups from around the world. If you travel from Fiumicino today, you can see the Innovation Center in Terminal 1 where we work towards the technologies of the future. The third pillar is the Partnership Ecosystem, we want to be carbon neutral by 2030, twenty years ahead of the targets. We work a lot with young people to nurture a culture of innovation because these young people will then help us build the airport of the future for the years 2030 and 2040 that we are working on.”

Giuseppe Santonato (Main Data and Analytics, EY): “The dictate for all of us when we create an algorithm is transparency. People must trust. 2023 is the year of skills: according to the data, after the age of 30, the interest rate on subjects decreases, and we are looking for artificial intelligence to enrich the trunk of people whose talents occupy a prominent place in our company.

“Is the future of women in STEM?”

Virginia Benzie (Ambassador Generationstem): “There is not much female representation in science in the world. Social networks are our megaphones, with all the contributors making it clear that the scientific world is also available to girls. There is a gender bias, and it is difficult to track down the cause of the problem. On a cultural level, there is still a lot of social conditioning unconsciously, and many mistakenly believe that girls have a different inclination for scientific subjects.

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Sarah Figura (Ambassadorgenerationstem): “At Generation Stem we want to dismantle the false myth that science is not for women. In the future, new faculties and majors will take hold, and those who graduate in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics by 90% within the next five years will find work and are also among the best in terms of salary ».

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