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Artificial intelligence: Jerry Kaplan speaks at the LUISS LOFT

To mark the publication of his latest work in Italian by LUISS University Press, the scientist and entrepreneur speaks to LUISS students

On Tuesday, October 10 at 11:30 a.m., LUISS University Press organizes a lecture from Jerry Kaplan, Fellow of the Center for Legal Informatics and Professor of Computer Science at Stanford University.

To mark the publication of the Italian version of Artificial Intelligence: What Everyone Needs to Know, the scientist, entrepreneur and serial inventor, considered a pioneer of Silicon Valley, offers LUISS students a lecture dedicated to the impact of artificial intelligence on our lives with commentary on the technological, economic and social aspects.

The lecture is held in English and is introduced by LUISS Deputy Rector Andrea Prencipe, Professor of Innovation Management.

The event will be transmitted live on the LUISS University Press Facebook page.