Ada Lovelace Talks

She is considered the first woman programmer in history, and for DaSCI her assertion that machines were capable of more than simple calculations conveys a lot of courage in the face of adversity. When we do research, the calculations are certainly not simple, things never work out right the first time and there is a constant effort to get better results. 

Now our effort, and Lady Lovelace is our reference, is to make Artificial Intelligence reach all audiences, both specialized and non-specialized, free of prejudices and with knowledge as a reference. That is why in this year 2021 the first edition of the Ada Lovelace Talks on Artificial Intelligence has a spectacular line-up of speakers.

In addition, the second Tuesday of October is International Ada Lovelace Day, a date to commemorate the achievements of women in fields such as technology, science, engineering and mathematics.

These are our Ada Lovelace Tech Talks

COVID19 and Data Science

September 27, 2021 6.30 p.m

Javier Álvarez Liébana is mathematician by Complutense University of Madrid (UCM), PhD in statistics by University of Granada, and at present, he is a lecturer and researcher at the UCM. Speaker specialized in data management and in making data visualization understandable and useful for decision making. Known on Twitter by @DadosdeLaplace, Javier proposes a very interesting conference.

An orchestra of neurons

November 22, 2021 6.30 p.m

Francisco Jesús Martínez Murcia is one of our best speakers at DaSCI. Surely you already know him for being the male voice in the podcast @SintonIA_DaSCI.

Artificial Intelligence for all audiences

May 31, 2021 6.30 p.m

Nerea Luis is PhD in Computer Science, Co-Founder of T3chFest and works as an Artificial Intelligence engineer at Sngular where she leads projects related to Machine Learning and computer vision, among others. She is passionate about outreach, artificial intelligence and robotics. Known on Twitter as @sailormerqury, she suggests a conference for all audiences.

What if I draw inspiration from ants, birds, fish and genes to make Artificial Intelligence?

July 12, 2021 6.30 p.m

Oscar Cordón is professor at the University of Granda, member of DaSCI and a charismatic researcher of great impact, both for the quality of his results and their transfer to society.