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Los días 18 y 19 de junio se celebra en Toledo un Workshop organizado por la UCLM en el que participará, entre otros, el profesor de la ESI José Ángel Olivas. A continuación se muestra la agenda de las jornadas y el enlace para unirse a la reunión.

 

June 18th 2021           

  • 9:30 - Opening Session with Fernando Fernández Arias (Director General for UN, International Organizations and Human Rights at Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs); the Chancellor of Universidad Politécnica de Madrid; the Chancellor of University of Castilla La Mancha; and Emilio Cassinello DG of Centro Internacional Toledo por la Paz.
  • 10:15 - Keynote address by Michael Keating, Executive director of European Institute of Peace.
  • 11:15 - Coffee break
  • 11:30 - Session #1 “Artificial Intelligence and conflict resolution: legal and conceptual framework”.
  1. Asunción Gómez - VP Research at UPM - European Academy of Science (Moderator)
  2. Susana de la Sierra - Administrative Law Professor at UCLM
  3. José Ángel Olivas - Professor at UCLM and Director SMILe)
  4. Francesca Bosco - Cyberpeace (Online attendance)
  5. Oscar Maqueda - Cybersecurity – Microsoft
  6. Richard Benjamins – AI- Telefónica
  • 13:30 - Lunch break
  • 15:30 - Session #2 “The multilateral architecture for conflict resolution: a new European initiative based on Tech diplomacy and AI”.
  1. Claudio Feijoo - Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (Moderator)
  2. Antje Herrberg - ISP European External Action Service
  3. Gianluca Misuraca - Politécnico de Milano
  4. Pierre Rossel – Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne
  5. Erika Widegreen – CEO - Reimagine Europe
  6. Martin Müller - Executive Director, Academic Forum - Geneva Science and Diplomacy Anticipator

 

  • 17:30 - Coffee break
  • 17:45 - Session #3 “New digital tools for conflict resolution. Challenges and opportunities in mediation”.
  1. Ramón Blecua - Ambassador at Large for Mediation and Intercultural Dialogue - Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Moderator)
  2. Juan Ramón de Páramo – Director of the Conflict Resolution Institute at UCLM
  3. Sultan Barakat – Doha Institute – Director Center for Conflict and Humanitarian Studies
  4. Eric Richardson - Senior Adviser, NE Asia, and Representative for North America - Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue
  5. Anahiby Becerril – Specialist in Law and ITC- (online attendance)
  6. James Skelton – Director IRIS – American University of Iraq, Sulaimani
  • 20:00 - Dinner at Patio del Naranjo - Convento de Santa Clara.

 June 19th 2021

  • 9:30 – Session #4: Round Table Discussion on Artificial Intelligence, Tech Diplomacy, and Conflict Resolution – The way ahead: roadmap for AI in conflict and crisis
  1. Ramón Blecua - Ambassador at Large for Mediation and Intercultural Dialogue - Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Moderator)
  2. Michael Keating - Executive director of European Institute of Peace.
  3. Juan Luis Manfredi – UCLM and Georgetown University
  4. Juan Ramón de Páramo – Director of the Conflict Resolution Institute at UCLM
  5. Claudio Feijoo - Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
  6. Oscar Corcho – Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
  • 11:15 - Coffee break
  • 11:45 Session # 5 “Cultural Heritage and machine learning: its impact on information and knowledge”
  1. Adam Lowe, CEO of Factum Arte / Founder of Factum Foundation (Moderator)
  2. Adrian Cussins, National University of Colombia
  3. Brian Cantwell Smith, Reid Hoffman Professor of Artificial Intelligence and the Human, Toronto University (online attendance)
  4. Kenneth Singer, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland (Online attendance)
  5. Jordi Carrasco-Muñoz - Crisis Response Unit MENA FPI
  • 13:45 - Closing Lunch
  • 16:00 - Optional Private Visit to “Colección Roberto Polo” and Toledo City Tour

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