The event, held last November, discussed the cooperation between the two countries on the themes of innovation and artificial intelligence.
Globalization, the management of various markets and collaboration between public, private and business entities are increasingly pushing for the use of complex and transparent information. There is a lot of talk about “big data”, which refers to computer data that is too large, too fast, too complex, too hard, or too hard to process with traditional methods. Accessing and storing large amounts of information for analysis has been a long time coming. The importance of big data depends not on its size, but on its use. For example, you can access data from any source, analyze it, and find answers that allow you to reduce costs, shorten deadlines, create new products, improve offers, and make better decisions. Big data on epidemiology over the past two years has been important in understanding how SARS-CoV2 is evolving in the world and making predictions based on objective and reliable data. Along with these possibilities, there are many ethical and social challenges. These issues were at the center of the Italy-Canada Business Forum, which took place online last November in ten days.
Ethical challenges are much broader than one might think. During the forum, reflections on privacy, in an increasingly connected world, will be an invaluable resource not only for data companies, but also for digital health and electronic health records, which are at the center of political debate today. For infection. As the need for collaboration dictated by major challenges such as climate change and epidemics increases, data sharing practices are increasingly needed, often with different types of actors, coming from different content and markets, processing and storing information in different ways. Not identical. Current threats include cybersecurity because cyber attacks can compromise data and lead to cyber crimes such as information and identity theft. The material, which was unknown until a few decades ago, is very relevant and very interesting today. For this reason, the size of the global IT security market is expected to grow to $ 345.4 billion by 2026. In fact, increasing awareness of cyber threats could lead to an increase in investments in cyber security. Sustainability is one of the key roles in the forum. In fact, experts have noted one of the key issues: How to make the HPC (High Performance System) sector more stable, and is it one of the most powerful sectors today? Companies and researchers are already looking for solutions. This issue is one of the most important open challenges.
Artificial intelligence reflects the hope for a cleaner and more stable planet. According to an in-depth study by the Boston Consulting Group, the use of artificial intelligence systems could reduce companies’ greenhouse gas emissions by 5% to 10% in ten years, generating $ 2.6 trillion. Including value, new revenue and cost savings. Italy and Canada want and need to work together so that these good intentions become a reality. Canada was the first country in the world to adopt an artificial intelligence strategy in 2017, so technology, sustainability and ethics can be the best partner to imagine and realize a future that represents a solid reality rather than just a good intention.
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