On July 10th Albert Isern was interviewed on the radio program Julia en la Onda on Onda Cero with Julia Otero. During the interview he spoke about the potential of artificial intelligence to save the world.
Among other things, he spoke of the predictive that allows us to avoid emergency situations for people at risk of social exclusion and/or fuel poverty, as well as the two faces of artificial intelligence: it can help improve the quality of life of all people, but it also comes into conflict with our privacy. Isern made it clear that “the challenge is to get on the progress train without losing our privacy“.
To listen to the full interview click on this link.