Podcast description [translated to English from Italian by Google]: They are two pioneers of artificial intelligence. Both Europeans transplanted to the United States, they are global reference points in research on the mechanisms of vision, perception in general and deep learning. The Italian physicist Tomaso Poggio, director of the Center for Brains, Minds, and Machines at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and the French engineer Yann LeCun, 2019 Turing Award, vice president and head of the artificial intelligence sector of Meta and Silver Professor at New York University , are among the protagonists of the conference held in these days in Padua to celebrate the hundred years of the Italian Mathematical Union and the eight hundred years of the university: with them we try to look at the future of artificial intelligence. Elisabetta Tola at the microphone. Podcast in Italian with some English.
May 25, 2022
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