Four million euros awarded to five winning projects in the second edition of the call launched to contribute to scientific advancement in the AI field
The second edition of the call for 'Artificial Intelligence' proposals ended with a total of four million euros awarded to the five winning projects.
The call highlights Fondazione Compagnia di San Paolo’s commitment to AI as a technological resource for Italy’s development and this new edition,saw the involvement of Fondazione CDP, building a partnership initiative offering tangible support for innovative research projects which advance scientific knowledge in the AI field and have practical economic and social benefits for the country.
The call, for which 36 applications were received, sought to investigate the opportunities offered by AI in four separate fields. One or more specific proposals were selected for each category:
The five selected projects all aim to respond to needs expressed across Italy and will bring significant benefits to communities in both economic and, above all, social terms. All the projects involve the collaboration of various stakeholders, including universities, research institutions, business and the third sector.
To see the list of winners and learn more about each of the five project proposals, visit this link.