Don't miss today at 17pm JE editors Talks: Artificial Intelligence

The new coronavirus pandemic has changed the world. The way we work has been greatly affected and artificial intelligence and robotics are proving to be more and more relevant today.

This pandemic has radically changed the methodology of work and has also forced a large part of the population to work remotely and to deal with platforms and tools they were unaware of. Concepts such as “machine learning”, “data” and artificial intelligence are the basis of many of these tools. How are the main sectors adapting to this deluge of information?

One thing is certain - the development of new artificial intelligence and robotics solutions promises to change the way we live forever.

Find out more about the topic in this JE editors Talk that has on the panel the Everis.

You can watch it live today at 17 pm, through the Jornal Económico website or Facebook.


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