How can computers understand today the natural language? What can unleash a troll in the social networks and why does incivility run through these platforms? Are computers almighty or do they have a limit on their capabilities?
Magdalena Saldaña, associate researcher of the Millennium Institute Foundational Research on Data (IMFD) and academic of the Faculty of Communications of the P. Universidad Católica; Jorge Pérez, associate researcher at IMFD and academic at the Department of Computer Science of the University of Chile, and Marcelo Arenas, director of IMFD and full professor of the Department of Computer Science of the P. Universidad Católica, will give three entertaining talks on these subjects, in a relaxed atmosphere in which the assistants will be able to converse with the researchers.
Data, Beer & Pizza is an IMFD entry-free event. The availability of seats will depend on attendance since the place has a capacity for just over 100 people. Attendees should only pay for their consumption.
WHEN: Tuesday, April 16 at 8:00 p.m.
WHERE: Azotea Mackenna (Mackenna Gallery, Vicuña Mackenna 38, Providencia, Santiago).