The second edition of the Artificial Intelligence incubation program draws on the support of the growITup and Invitalia experts, starting from the four stages of the roadshow that will cross Italy  

Rome, October 30 –   Kicks off  AI WorkLab 2.0  – ” A human touch in AI ,” the incubation program Artificial Intelligence created by  LVenture Group  in partnership with  American ExpressCervedgrowITupInvitaliaSanofi  and  Sara Assicurazioni , presented last week with a participated launch event. This second edition takes advantage of the collaboration of two major technical partners:  growITup  and  Invitalia .

AI WorkLab 2.0  aims to select individual talents and startups in the field of Artificial Intelligence, developing innovative projects in synergy with the corporate partners. The program will rely on the great experience in the field of innovation and digital transformation of  growITup  and  Invitalia  that will make their know-how available to the participants, starting from the different stages of the roadshow that will cross Italy between November and December. A traveling workshop to discover new talents in the AI ​​sector, which will touch the cities of Naples on 8 November, Milan on 12 November, Rome on 20 November and then end in Padua on 5 December.

growITup  is the project launched by  Microsoft  together with  Cariplo Factory  to promote innovation by bringing large companies in touch with the expression of Made in Italy with the most promising startups, with a view to open collaboration.

“Through growITup and the Ambition Italia ecosystem project, Microsoft intends to create a positive contamination between young startups with the highest potential and companies in our country. We are pleased to contribute with growITup to AI WorkLab 2.0 so that startups can seize the opportunities offered by Artificial Intelligence: the AI ​​has in fact the potential to accelerate the growth of our country and it is our precise goal to make known benefits and scenarios of use to an increasing number of people and organizations, large and small. During the AI Worklab we will also use the contents of the  AI School, Available for free from Microsoft, namely materials and online resources to integrate the artificial intelligence in their projects and solutions “,  said  Barbara CominelliMarketing & Operations Director Microsoft Italy .

Invitalia  is the Development Agency that is now the protagonist of a digital transformation path that has led to the definition of an evolutionary roadmap to convert business projects and incentive measures in data-driven mode. To achieve this goal, the Government Agency is ready to invest in the most promising projects of Big Data analytics and Artificial Intelligence.

The purpose of Invitalia is to facilitate the creation of new companies and the development of existing ones. In this sense, Artificial Intelligence is often an essential element of the most innovative business plans that we support, as well as being a valuable tool to facilitate and make transparent dialogue with our interlocutors . “Comment on the participation in AI WorkLab 2.0  Marco De GuzzisInvitalia Market Development and Services Manager .

You can send your application to become part of AI WorkLab 2.0 until December 10th. The selected teams will have access to a 3-month journey that will take place at the  LVenture Group  and  LUISS EnLabs Hub , during which, thanks to constant dialogue with the LUISS EnLabs team of experts and partners, innovative projects in the AI ​​field they will be transformed into solutions ready to establish themselves on the market.

We are very proud to have renewed AI WorkLab together with partners who believe in the great opportunities of digital transformation. Collaborating side by side with growITup and Invitalia and with all our partners, to demonstrate how the AI ​​can represent one of the central factors for development, I am convinced will contribute to enriching our ecosystem of innovation and skills “, says  Giuseppe TomeiHead of Open Innovation by LVenture Group .

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