Alejandro Piscitelli: “The jobs of the future—or the future of work?”

In a brand "Cycle of Conversations with Experts", the renowned Argentine philosopher Alejandro Piscitelli, an expert in Digital Education and new media, will give a free talk about Artificial Intelligence and “enhanced” human skills. The talk will be held on Thursday, September 29, at 11 am (Argentina), via YouTube and also broadcast by Zoom with simultaneous translation into English and Portuguese.

The Techint Group is launching a new "Cycle of Conversations with Experts”, with a view to opening up a new space for the community to discuss different topics of interest.

The first lecture is on Thursday September 29 and features the Argentine philosopher Alejandro Piscitelli, who will be talking about the “The jobs of the future—or the future of work?”, in an incisive portrayal of the role played by Artificial Intelligence and “enhanced” human skills in an increasingly diverse and fragmented world.

Piscitelli has a degree in Philosophy from the University of Buenos Aires, and is an expert in the areas of Digital Education and new media. He has a Master's degree in Systems Sciences from the University of Louisville, Kentucky, U.S., and another in Social Sciences from the Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales (FLACSO) in Argentina.

The talk will be broadcast in Spanish on the YouTube channel belonging to the Campana Roberto Rocca Technical School on Thursday, September 29, at 11 am (Argentina), and can be accessed by clicking here.

For English and Portuguese-speaking viewers, the talk will also be broadcast on Zoom with simultaneous translation and can be accessed by clicking here.

The viewing schedule for the time zones in different countries is detailed below:

  • Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico and Peru: 9.00 am
  • Canada and U.S.: 10.00 am
  • Brazil: 11.00 am
  • Nigeria: 3.00 pm
  • Italy: 4.00 pm.
  • Romania: 5.00 pm
  • Kazakhstan: 8 pm
  • Indonesia: 9.00 pm
  • China: 11.00 pm

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