AIR Institute and ICE train companies in generative artificial intelligenceFri, 1 Dec 2023
Two new additions to AIR Institute's bioinformatics teamThu, 30 Nov 2023
Lidia Prieto and Alberto López, specialists in Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering respectively, will work on national and international projects such as HERMES.
The President of the Junta of Castilla y León learns about AIR Institute projects at the Health Research and Innovation HubWed, 29 Nov 2023
The Centr@tec programme disseminates the benefits of Horizon Europe funds to companies in SalamancaTue, 28 Nov 2023
Last week, the "Horizon Europe Day: Key Concepts and Experiences" was held, an activity framed within the Centr@tec programme and organised by the Institute for Business Competitiveness of Castilla y León (ICE) in collaboration with the University of Salamanca through the AIR Institute.
The University and Salamanca Town Council join forces for sustainable business developmentSat, 25 Nov 2023
The event brought students closer to the importance of artificial intelligence and highlighted the need to familiarise themselves with the use of AI, at both the knowledge and business levels.
The AIR Institute participates in the CIBERIA project follow-up meeting in SalamancaFri, 24 Nov 2023
The CIBERIA project partners have held a meeting at the facilities of the R&D&I building of the University of Salamanca. The CIBERIA project, in which the AIR Institute participates as a partner, aims to promote economic growth and the development of new solutions in the digital world
AIR Institute hosts the 4th General Assembly of the NODDO Technology Centre NetworkThu, 23 Nov 2023
The new headquarters of the AIR Institute in Salamanca hosted the 4th General Assembly of the NODDO Technology Centre Network which was attended by the directors of the leading centres in Castilla y León.
Wind farms kill nearly a million bats a year and IA4Birds project works to prevent itSun, 19 Nov 2023
The problem, in line with the main objective of the IA4Birds project, is addressed by a study led by the Doñana Biological Station (EBD), a research center of the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC).