With AI high on the agenda, Demis Hassabis, who runs Google’s London-based DeepMind project, has also been invited back. He will be joined by his fellow AI luminary Hartmut Neven, the head of Google’s Quantum Artificial Intelligence lab.
The guest list also features researchers from the fields of biotech, robotics, stem cell research and human-machine bio-integration.
At the top of the conference agenda are the dire words: “Populism in Europe.” The EU, already given a black eye by Brexit, is facing another thumping from Italy’s populist coalition, and the transatlantic alliance is groaning under the strain of Trump. Which is why Turin is the perfect choice for the 2018 summit.
In fact it is a bumper year for journalists: there are columnists, editors, TV anchors, from the editor-in-chief of Bloomberg to the president of Turner International. Elkann is on the board of the Economist Group
DeepMind Technologies Limited is a British artificial intelligence company founded in September 2010.
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Demis Hassabis (born 27 July 1976) is a British artificial intelligence researcher, neuroscientist, computer game designer, entrepreneur, and world-class games player.
Hassabis was born to a Greek Cypriot father and a Chinese Singaporean mother and grew up in North London. A child prodigy in chess, Hassabis reached master standard at the age of 13 with an Elo rating of 2300 and captained many of the England junior chess teams. He represented Cambridge University in the Oxford-Cambridge varsity chess matches of 1995, 1996 and 1997, winning a half blue.