Spanish science and technology parks in Cordoba analyse how AI can boost their key activities

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The Association of Science and Technology Parks of Spain (APTE) and its member parks, including Parque Tecnológico de Euskadi, will meet on 18 and 19 October at the Cordoba Technology Park to hold its third General Assembly of the year, which will review the work carried out by APTE in recent months, present proposals on how artificial intelligence can help the development of key activities and present the VI Awards for the Dissemination of Science and Technology Parks in the Spanish press.

This assembly will take place within the framework of the Conference on Opportunities in the Defence Sector for Technological and Innovative Companies organised by the Cordoba Technology Park on the 18th together with the University of Cordoba, the Andalusian Regional Government, Cordoba City Council and the Cetemet Foundation.

In addition, on the same day, science and technology parks will discuss the application of Artificial Intelligence to improve the management of these ecosystems in a round table followed by a follow-up meeting of the work plan of the APTE Network of Technicians.

On the 19th, APTE will hold its General Assembly in which it will welcome a new science and technology park that reaches the category of Partner, i.e. operating park, the Science Park of the University of Salamanca, as well as a new park project, Kudos San Fernando.

Also, during the Assembly, tribute will be paid to the Vigo Technology Park on the 20th anniversary of its constitution.

After the General Assembly, APTE will present the 6th Awards for the Dissemination of Science and Technology Parks in the Spanish Press. This award, now in its 6th edition, aims to recognise the work of the print and online media that best disseminate the activities carried out by science and technology parks throughout Spain. The awards will be presented by the president of APTE, Felipe Romera Lubias, together with José Carlos Gómez Villamandos, Minister of University, Research and Innovation of the Andalusian Regional Government; Manuel Torralbo Rodríguez, Rector of the University of Córdoba; José María Bellido Roche, Mayor of Córdoba and Juan Antonio Caballero, President of the Parque Tecnológico de Córdoba.


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