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Is the Singularity coming? Past and future of AI

Are you curious about the new frontiers of AI and the impact it will have on our lives?

PROFILE Master Degrees
DATE 1st June 2023
TIME 08:00 - 09:00 (GMT -05:00)
EVENT FORMAT Online events
Is the Singularity coming? Past and future of AI

This thrilling online session will explore the concept of "Technical Singularity" and its potential impact on our lives. 

Our expert speaker, Guillermo De Haro Rodriguez, Vice Dean of the IE School of Science and Technology, will delve into the history and evolution of AI to help us better understand the present of this fascitating topic and predict the future.

You'll also have the opportunity to discover IE University's Tech & Data program portfolio, designed to help you advance your career by staying up to date with the latest industry trends. German Vivas, Senior Manager of Technology and Data, will provide more information about these programs.

Our speakers

Associate Director of Admissions

Germán studied Economics at the University of Vermont in United States, and received a Master in International Relations at IE. He is the Associate Director of Admissions for the School of Human Sciences and Technology, specializing in the Global Master in Business Analytics & Big Data and the Master in Cybersecurity. Germán´s interests include the future of technology.

Vice Dean, Graduate Programs, IE School of Science and Technology & Academic Director, Corporate Programs

Guillermo de Haro is the Vice Dean for Graduate Program at IE University's School of Science and Technology, and Academic Director in Corporate Programs like Master in Business Analytics and Big Data, or AI and Digital Transformation.

Author of books like "Corleone Business School", "Millenials, the entrepreneurial generation" or "The economic spectator" based on his radio show of the same name at Capital Radio; he has postgraduate studies in institutions like Berkeley, Stanford, MIT or Harvard