Rick Allen, former White House adviser during the first Clinton administration and who has subsequently worked for organizations such as National Geographic, will be one of the speakers at #TAIGranada. The American will talk live with the representative from Granada, Carlos Rojas, about the different uses that automated learning systems can have for both governments and companies in the North American and Spanish contexts.
Allen, who studied law at the University of Chicago, is a leading figure beyond politics. He is currently CEO of ViewLift, a company he co-founded in 2007 that applies technological solutions to stream and monetize sports, news, entertainment and other content. He has also passed through organizations such as the National Geographic Society, where he was in charge of all for-profit operations, including TV, film and digital.
He has also been the producer of several documentaries over the past decade, covering topics as diverse as life in prison, the story of a mixed martial arts fighter who was born without arms or legs, and others related to the world of sport. Likewise, he is also a published author.
Allen and Rojas will talk at the Palacio de Congresos de Granada during the morning of Friday, October 21.
TAIGranada will have limited capacity and admission will cost 20 euros. However, the first registrations are free, so if you are interested in attending you can register for free here.