Session 7 - Fall 2021 will take place on Wednesday, 4:00 PM CET 1 December 2021, on Zoom Meeting
About The Series
The CIVICA Data Science Seminar series is a unique multi-disciplinary series focused on applications and methodologies of data science for the social, political, and economic world.
Session 7 - Fall 2021 Details
How do teams, cities, and nations learn? In this talk, Prof. Cesar A. Hidalgo, Director of Center for Collective Learning, ANITI, TSE, IAST, University of Toulouse, will discuss his research on the principles that govern the creation, diffusion, and valuation of knowledge.
These principles govern the accumulation of knowledge from experience, the diffusion of knowledge across social, geographic, and cognitive barriers, and the connection between the geography of knowledge and macroeconomic outcomes, such as income, economic growth, and income inequality. he will then use these principles to discuss optimal industrial diversification strategies, micro-mechanisms governing knowledge diffusion, and the application of these principles to industrial policy. To finalize, Prof. Hidalgo will present applied work on the creation of national data integration, distribution, and visualization systems. He will show how these technologies are changing the way governments distribute data and paving the way for a world in which government executive action is augmented by artificial intelligence.
Prof. Cesar A. Hidalgo
César A. Hidalgo is a Chilean-Spanish-American scholar known for his contributions to economic complexity, data visualization, and applied artificial intelligence. Hidalgo leads the Center for Collective Learning at the Artificial and Natural Intelligence Institute (ANITI) of the University of Toulouse. He is also an Honorary Professor at the University of Manchester and a Visiting Professor at Harvard's School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
Welcome Introduction Prof. Miriam Golden, EUI
Setting the scene: Brief intro to the speaker and his talk
Seminar Session Prof. César A. Hidalgo, University of Toulouse
The Principles of Collective Learning
Research Discussion. Lead Institution
Q&A / Discussion on the research
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