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Digital For Good – Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation
October 4, 2022
The technological revolution has changed the way we live and work. This pandemic crisis gave the digital a new role in the social and economic order, obliging citizens and organizations to develop innovative and smart strategies of cooperation.
In this new Next Normal, we are living, the use of tech to promote social innovation can play a key role in terms of scaling up and accessibility processes. It is also reshaping the way we manage projects performance, share data, and measure impact, reinforcing the level of collective trust in society.
Taking place in Lisbon, the Digital For Good conference combines keynotes and plenary sessions of thought leaders of the sectors (Social Innovation and Digital Agenda) with breakout sessions with a thematic focus on different societal agendas (civic participation and human rights; education; health and inclusion; environment and climate change). UMNAI’s co-CEO, Angelo Dalli, is speaking about inclusive AI and how trustworthy, collaborative and robust neuro-symbolic AI can power the next generation of AI applications that add value while contributing positively to social good.
If you’d like to meet Angelo at the conference to learn more about Hybrid Intelligence and Neuro-symbolic AI please contact us.
Check out the conference programme HERE.
Register for the conference HERE.
About Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation
The Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation was created in 1956 by the last will and testament of Calouste Sarkis Gulbenkian, a philanthropist of Armenian origin who lived in Lisbon between 1942 and the year of his death, 1955.
Established in perpetuity, the Foundation’s main purpose is to improve the quality of life through art, charity, science and education. The Foundation directs its activities from its headquarters in Lisbon and its delegations in Paris and London, with support provided by Portugal in Portuguese-speaking African Countries (PALOP) and East Timor, as well as in countries with Armenian Communities.
The Foundation has a museum, which houses Calouste Gulbenkian’s private collection, and a Modern Art Center (CAM) which holds the most important collection of modern and contemporary portuguese art; an orchestra and a choir; an art library and archive; a scientific research institute; and a garden, in a central area of the city of Lisbon, where educational activities also take place.
In conjunction with cultural activities, the Foundation fulfils its mission through innovative programmes that develop pilot projects and support, by providing scholarships and grants for other institutions and social organisations.
For the period 2018-2022, the three priority areas are: – social cohesion and integration, sustainability and knowledge – which are reflected across the whole intervention strategy.
Learn more about the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation HERE.