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We learn from nature to respect it, and we familiarize ourselves with its processes in order to advance in a sustainable way.
Predicting when and how seismic movements will occur on the Earth is one of the great aspirations of scientists. Technologies derived from artificial intelligence such as big data analysis or deep learning are beginning to provide clues about how to achieve this: neural networks or heat maps may be the key to predicting earthquakes.
After months of forced suspension due to the healthcare emergency, iFridays are back. We’ve had to reinvent ourselves, adapt to current guidelines, and find new formulas in order to continue bringing you the latest trends in innovation from around the world. And we’ve succeeded. It’s a different event, with a new format, in a digital setting, but with the same energy and passion as always.
For a decade, the Burj Khalifa (Dubai) has stood on top of the tallest buildings in the world. Now its throne is back at stake. But this race to the sky began in Africa before the 20th century led the skyscrapers of the United States to change the skyline of cities.