The members of the University of Camerino involved in the Da.Re project (BioShape & Data Science lab) contribute to the organization of a comic show on Tuesday 4 April 7.30 pm, at the post-earthquake temporary structure City Park in Camerino.
The famous Zelig performer Paolo Migone will present the preview of his new show “Can machines explode with laughter?! Artificial intelligence in the era of Big Data”.
In the show Paolo Migone will discuss, in a light and ironic way, the topic of artificial intelligence together with Prof. Pierluigi Crescenzi from the University of Florence and Prof. Linda Pagli from the University of Pisa. The organizer Dr. Silvia Benvenuti, mathematician at the University of Camerino and principal investigator of the research group Unicam Science Outreach, will coordinate the discussion. The laboratory BioShape & Data Science of the University of Camerino and the association Io non crollo collaborate to the organization of the event.
The band Fiat Banda, composed of Andrea Capozucca, Marco Fermani, Mauro Rosati e Luca Ventura, will perform music accompaniment. Asterix pub will be in charge of the aperitif: the first drink will be offered to all participants by Unicam Science Outreach and a quote of the cost of all the following drinks will be given to the association Io non crollo for sustaining reconstruction after the earthquake.
The intent is to combine a leisure activity with charity and, at the same time, to attract the attention of the general audience to the challenges of Big Data and Data Science. The show will ironically discuss how far modern artificial intelligence, which can benefit from the analysis of Big Data, can evolve.
Participation is free of charge. Pre-booking is suggested by sending an email message to email@example.com