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Madrid, September 2020

The Future Tech Week 2020 is a week-long virtual event which features projects of the European Innovation Council Pathfinder, such as ALMA - Human Centric Algebraic Machine Learning.

During the week from the 21st till the 25th of September the Future Tech Week will offer a platform to present innovative Future and Emerging Technologies (FET).

Participations include podcasts, webinars, interviews, roundtables and Ted Talks, and range from AI-based technologies, IoT, through to Nuclear Clocks, Nano-Illumination and scientific research in the medical field.

Jaime Martin Losa from eProsima, as the coordinator of the project ALMA, will use Future Tech Week as a venue in which to present the project together with the key collaborator, Fernando Martin Maroto from Algebraic AI. Together they will give a quick insight into the technology behind the Human Centric Algebraic Machine Learning and a promising forecast into the future. This session will be organized through Google Hangouts and it will include a presentation followed by an audience question and answer session.

The presentation will take place on September 22nd, 2020, from 11.30am to 12.00 noon CEST.

For more information and registration, please visit the Future Tech Week’s website!

ABOUT ALMA:

ALMA is a 4 year European funded R&D project focused on Algebraic Machine Learning (AML) which has recently been proposed as a new learning paradigm that builds upon Abstract Algebra, Model Theory.

The ALMA consortium is a mix of partners including SMEs, academic institutions and EU wide acting foundations with backgrounds in AI, robotics, and general technology. The members are: Champalimaud Foundation, ALGEBRAIC AI, German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence, Inria, TU Kaiserslautern, FIWARE Foundation, Technical Research Centre of Finland, Carlos III University and eProsima.

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