AI Day: what Italians think about artificial intelligence

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What Italians think about AI: Artificial Intelligence Day becomes an unmissable event for those who want to understand the challenges and opportunities of generative artificial intelligence. Next May 30, an event designed for those who want to understand more about the technology that everyone is talking about.

AI Day, the appointment to understand artificial intelligence

The next Tuesday 30 May, from 9.30 to 16, the Artificial Intelligence Day will be held, organized by Class Editori and ClassCnbc with the collaboration of Lenovo Italia, Microsoft Italia and SAP Italia. This is a unique appointment of its kind, which will see the participation of national and international experts in the AI ​​​​sector, who will respond to the exclusive survey conducted by Ipsos for Class Editori on “Italians and AI”.

The goal of the event is to take stock of the current and future situation of generative artificial intelligence. That ability of machines to create original and personalized content starting from data and information – like ChatGPT does, which everyone talks about. But which can revolutionize many areas from communication to medicine, from art to finance, but which also presents ethical, legal and social risks and challenges.

Among the speakers of the Artificial Intelligence Day there will be Sam Altman, the founder of OpenAI, the company that created ChatGPT. But also Geoffrey Hinton, the Nobel laureate who resigned from Google to denounce the risks of AI. In short: two of the leading experts in the sector.

Also, at the event we will uncover an exclusive Ipsos survey for Class Publishers explored the relationship between Italians and AI. What are the knowledge, habits and emotions that this technology arouses? The answers will be exposed live cross-platform ClassCnbc.

The event, organized with the support of DisruptiveS and Telepasswill host: Mario Rasetti, Emeritus Professor of Theoretical Physics at the Turin Polytechnic, Niall FergusonProfessor of Modern History at Harvard University, Thomas MaloneDocente Collective Intelligence al MIT, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Brandon BenifeiMEP and member of the Special Committee on Artificial Intelligence in a Digital Age, Audrey Plonk, Head of Digital Economy Policy Division dell’OCSE, Roberto Battistonphysicist former President of the Italian Space Agency.

You can follow the AI ​​Artificial Intelligence Day live on ClassCnbc (Sky 507),, and on the platform Zoomwith free membership from In addition, LinkedIn will be live on the Milano Finanza profile. Find more information here.