VI “Bruno Kessler Lecture” with Piero Angela
UPDATE: Tickets can be booked starting at 12pm on May 2 until May 13 clicking on this link.
The paper ticket must then be collected from 16 to 19 May at the ticket office of the Auditorium S. Chiara in Trento (from 10am until 7pm). Any seats left free will be assigned on the day of the event to those who will be at the Teatro Sociale.
Piero Angela, the leading Italian scientific communicator, will hold a lecture dedicated to the theme of how technology has modified and modified society, starting with artificial intelligence.
The “Bruno Kessler Lecture” is the annual event that hosts high-profile international scholars, invited to discuss important topical issues even for an audience of non-specialists. Over the years he has seen protagonists: Michael Spence, professor at New York University and Nobel Prize 2001 for Economics; Jared Diamond, Pulitzer Prize for non-fiction in 2008 with “Weapons, Steel and Diseases”; English mathematician Marcus du Sautoy, Faraday Prize; Heiner Bielefeldt, Special Rapporteur to the United Nations; and Roberto Viola, Director General of DG Communications Networks, Content and Technology of the European Commission.
> Soon available on this page the link to book your seat (compulsory but free of charge)