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Today, the Minister of Science, Technology, Knowledge and Innovation, Andrés Couve, presented the Committee of Experts that will support the government’s work for the elaboration of a National Artificial Intelligence Policy, committed to April 2020.

“There are more than 27 countries that have or are developing artificial intelligence strategies in the world. Because it is an emerging and widely used technology, these plans are very different and reflect different approaches. Some of them favor the development of tools, while others have focused on regulatory and data protection issues,” explained Minister Couve.

D. in Engineering and Spatial Information Science, University of Maine, USA. She is currently Vice Rector of Research and Development and Professor of the Department of Computer Engineering and Computer Science at the Universidad de Concepción.

D. in Computer Science from Carnegie Mellon University. He is currently an associate professor at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile and director of the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (ialab). His research interests are Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Robotics.

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Philip Mirowski (born August 21, 1951 in Jackson, Michigan) is a historian and philosopher of economic thought at the University of Notre Dame. He received a PhD in economics from the University of Michigan in 1979.[1] His 1989 book More Heat than Heat in the World.

In his 1989 book More Heat than Light, Mirowski reveals a history of how physics has inspired economics and how economics has attempted to emulate physics, especially when considering the theory of value. He traces the development of the concept of energy in Western physics and its subsequent effect on the invention and promotion of neoclassical economics, today’s orthodox economic theory.

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Director of the Center for Studies on Security and Drugs (CESED), associate professor of the School of Economics at the Universidad de los Andes and founding member of the Center for Sustainable Development Goals for Latin America and the Caribbean (CODS). He is an economist from the Universidad de los Andes and has a Ph.D. in Natural Resource Economics from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

He is an associate professor at the Alberto Lleras Camargo School of Government at the Universidad de los Andes. His research focuses on the behavior of armed groups involved in armed conflicts, politically motivated violence, criminality, historical influences on contemporary circumstances, electoral dynamics in divided societies and state building.

D., full professor at the Universidad de los Andes and corresponding member of the Colombian Academy of Physical, Exact and Natural Sciences, ACCEFYN. He is a marine biologist from Universidad Jorge Tadeo Lozano, with a master’s degree from Universidad Nacional de Colombia and a Ph.D. from the State University of New York at Buffalo; he has postdoctoral training at Smithsonian and NIWA (New Zealand). Currently, Professor Sanchez maintains a broad dynamism in several regions of Colombia, interacting with government agencies, NGOs and private enterprise, enhancing the impact of his research and academic work. He is a research associate at CESED leading the coca genome project in Colombia and member of the Wise Men’s Mission 2019 in the thematic focus ‘Oceans and Hydrobiological Resources’.

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D. in Economics from the University of Notre Dame (1996) and a B.A. and M.A. in Political Science from the Free University of Berlin (1989). Since 1993 he has worked as a Full-Time Professor in the Graduate Studies Division of the Faculty of Economics at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM).

Member of the National System of Researchers (SNI), level 3. His teaching activities (since 1993 include more than 90 courses at Undergraduate, Master and Doctorate levels in national and international institutions and more than 260 participations in national and international seminars. His research has focused on industrial organization theory, economic development, political economy, as well as on the development of the manufacturing, commercial and regional sectors in Latin America and Mexico. He has collaborated and coordinated research and consultancies for UNAM, the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), the International Labor Organization (ILO), the Ford Foundation and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), among other institutions.

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