Felice Colucci (researcher of the Content Technologies and Information Management group) participates in the round table "Processing Art: conversations between Art and Science", a reflection between technology and creativity to try to answer the question: can an artificial intelligence generate art? The round table, that will be coordinated by Andrea Mameli and Nicoletta Zonchello, will also be attended by Simona Campus (artistic director of “EXMA – Exhibiting and Moving Arts”, Center for contemporary arts and cultures in the city of Cagliari and adjunct Professor of Museology at the University of Cagliari), Alessandro Chessa (PhD in Theoretical Physics, Adjunct Professor in Big Data Analytics Techniques at LUISS, Scientific Coordinator at Tag Innovation School, Founder and CEO of the SME Linkalab), and Riccardo Mantelli (Artist and Creative Technologist), 28th September at 8 pm.
The researchers of the CRS4 program Smart Environments and Technologies will be in the stand of the "Cagliari 2020" project (28th September, 4pm-12pm). This project aims to develop innovative solutions for urban mobility with low environmental impact, in order to improve the energy and environmental performance of the Municipality of Cagliari.
The researcher Ruggero Pintus (Visual Computing group) will be in the EU Corner (28th September, 6pm-8pm), and he will speak about the project Scan4Reco, funded by the European H2020 programme. Its aim is to develop new portable, integrated and modular solutions for the automatic, customised and optimised acquisition of cultural goods and their subsequent analysis.
The researchers Alberto Varone and Felice Colucci will be involved in the Story-Telling Activities of ResearcherS (STARS), by INAF (28th September, 9pm-10pm): where researchers will challenge each other in trying to tell the public a scientific concept, in a clear and funny but correct way, having 20 slides available and a maximum time of 6 minutes.