IGADI collaborates with the AI Song Contest 2023, the Eurovisión world-wide of the artificial intelligence (4 of November in A Coruña)
The fourth edition will start with a ceremony of inauguration the Friday 3 of November in the CSA of the City of the TIC, the same area that will receive the congress “AI & Creation Day” trhough the morning and afternoon of the Saturday 4, with a programme of talks and tables of debate academics around of the music generated with artificial intelligence and the rights of intellectual property.
The spectacular Big Final Eurovisión of the artificial intelligence will be in the Studio Follow ubicado in the Grela, Saturday afternoon-night, with a television programme in direct to celebrate the music cocreated between human beings and machines, where the Galician culture will be very present. The event will fisnish with a back party in the same studio. The entrances are for sale in the platform Ticket Hoy.
The organisation summoned the AI Song Contest in A Coruña as a recognition to the team PAMP!, subchampion the past year with “AI-Lalelo” and winning of the artistic residence of the contest in Sony CSL París, pole that will have the opportunity to go back represent it Galicia, classified directly to the final.
The IGADI sums to the activities of the AI Song Contest 2023 with the presentation in the Congress (Saturday 4, in the City of the TIC) around the Map of global city of the Coruña, giving its support an innovative initiative to project Galicia in the international context.
We met with the City Council of Santiago: From tourism promotion to external action in the capital of Galicia?
This background was present at the meeting with the city Mayor, Goretti Sanmartín and the Deputy Mayor, María Rozas, had with the Director of the IGADI, Daniel González Palau Director and his Secretary and coordinator of the Line of Research in Economy, Diego Sande.
Through a sincere and productive dialogue they analysed the background – in particular the document of External Action Basis carried out for the City Council in 2019 – the current situation and the potential for the future.
The IGADI has conveyed to the new municipal government the potential to value the tourist projection of the city to reinvent itself, relying on external action to strengthen its model of economic and socio-cultural development for the present and the future.
In this sense, the representatives of the IGADI have focused on the need to review the BAEX of the city in the current context, framed by the definition of the Galician Strategy of External Action 2023-2027 and the launch of the Observatory of the Lusophony Paz Andrade, as a tool of the Law of Galician External Action.
The third historical time of the Tempo Exterior journal, continues the stage under the direction of the professor of the University of Vigo Celso Cancela, focusing the number 46 into the peace, the human rights and the protection in contexts of conflicts.
The special number, coordenated by Mónica López Aspect (University of Vigo) and Joao Casqueira (University Fernando Pessoa) offers theoretical analyses and studies of case that contribute to the knowledge and the critical reflection envelope these subjects.
In addition to eight articles from Portugal and Galicia focused in the thematic, Tempo Exterior 46 account with a section of miscellanea, notes of researcher and a recensión of books.
Tempo Exterior, the semiannual magazine of international studies of the IGADI, already is available for its download, that is free. The number 46 counted with the support of the City council of Pontevedra and the collaboration of the SX of Political Linguística of the Xunta de Galicia
It was a frank and sincere dialogue on the processing of the Galician Strategy of External Action 2023-2027, a document that the IGADI considers essential to improve the internationalization of the country and that few CCAA have developed. The director of IGADI, Daniel González Palau, reiterated the advantages that the EGAEX will have an Action Plan 2023-2027 as much political and social consensus as possible.
At the meeting, the director Jesús Gamallo showed the intention of the Academy to be able to count on the IGADI experts in the study of internationalization as it has been done.
On the part of the Xunta de Galicia attended Jesús Gamallo (Director General) Manuel Blanco (Assistant General Director of Planning for External Action) and Valentín Gómez-Iglesias (Head of Cabinet). On the part of the IGADI participated Daniel González Palau (Director) Marola Padín (Vice-Director) , Diego Sade (Secretary), and the members of the Managerial Board, Tino Santiago, Antonio Alejo and Patricia Coloret.