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The unexpected election of Donald Trump and the victory of the Brexit showed that the traditional tools and methods of promotion and prediction for political elections are somehow outdated.
In the midst of the French Presidential Elections, discover how Artificial Intelligence and Big Data technologies can be used in the context of an election, and evaluate with us the risks and opportunities they create.
The IE Tech Talks are organized all over Europe by IE University. This Edition will be held in collaboration with Stanford Business Club, Corporate Learning Alliance and Financial Times, in partnership with Schoolab.
The following speakers will be joining the event to discuss the usage of artificial intelligence and big data in political elections:
Marc Torrens: Professor at IE School of Human Sciences and Technology, Co-founder and CIO of Strands, Marc successfully developed several Artificial Intelligence startups and technologies. https://www.linkedin.com/in/marctorrens
Amir Goldberg, will be joining through Skype: Professor at Stanford Graduate School of Business, Amir has researched voting trends using big data and also the general effects of big data on the field of sociology as a whole. https://www.gsb.stanford.edu/insights/researchers-how-polarized-are-us-voters
Kevin Andre: Professor at ESSEC Business School in Social Innovation, Kevin has cofounded Kawaa.co, a French CivicTech startup boosting citizen participation in real life.
The event will be animated by Financial Times Journalist Michael Stothard. https://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-stothard-b81bb133/