The hardware of Artificial Intelligence: prospects for the future
Jesús del Álamo, Professor of Electrical Engineering at MIT
The Rafael del Pino Foundation, the Regional Ministry of Education, Universities, Science and Spokesperson of the Community of Madrid, the Ramón Areces Foundation, the Spanish Office, RAICEX and the Club de Científicos de la Asociación de Becarios de Excelencia Rafael del Pino organised, on 30 November, a new edition of the Diálogos de Ciencia en Español, dedicated to "El hardware de la inteligencia artificial: perspectivas de futuro" (The hardware of artificial intelligence: future perspectives).
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