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We are currently experiencing the explosion of artificial intelligence, a technology that is going to radically change the world.

If innovation normally goes ahead of regulation, on this occasion the characteristics of the technology itself make that distance increase exponentially. Because of this, in recent months, more and more voices are calling for a stop in the development of AI to think about it together and establish mechanisms so that this does not get out of hand.

To discuss all this and understand where the future of this technology can go or what problems may arise, we have set up a multidisciplinary table with three experts in the fields of AI, law and philosophy.

If you don't want to be left behind, don't miss it!



Amparo Alonso

Professor in the area of Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence at the UDC. In addition, she has a degree in Chemistry and a PhD in Physics from USC, she was a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Medical College of Georgia (USA), where she worked on issues related to the development of expert systems for medical applications.

Between 2013 and 2021 she was president of the Spanish Association of Artificial Intelligence (AEPIA), and in 2020 she became part of the newly constituted Artificial Intelligence Advisory Council of the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Digital Transformation.She is currently the head of the IA node at the Cidade das TIC, in A Coruña, and has worked for the candidacy of this city to host the headquarters of the Spanish AI Supervision Agency, which was finally chosen last December.

Bárbara Román


Head of Nolegaltech, legal consultancy for companies in the technological field. Defender of free software and open data, entrepreneur, in love with startups. Although she is a lawyer, she speaks normally.


Ana María Alonso

Degree in Philosophy and Education Sciences from the University of Santiago and PhD from the University of A Coruña. She began her working life in the field of company training (ENDESA), although her professional career is fundamentally linked to the teaching of Philosophy in Secondary Education.

She has collaborated with the Research Center for the Philosophy of Science and Technology (CIFCYT) of the University of A Coruña (Ferrol Campus) since its foundation. Her topics of interest are, on the one hand, Design Sciences and the artificial dimension of Education and, on the other, Axiology and the Ethics of Science and Technology, especially the Ethics of Artificial Intelligence.

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