L'Artificial intelligence it will give a great acceleration to the entire technological part of our daily life. It will increase quality, opportunities and productivity. Collaboration between man and machine will increase which, contrary to what we may think, will lead us to appreciate the human aspect even more.
CRAFTSMANSHIP AT THE FAIR
Crafts at the fair (Milan 2023) is proof of this. Six hundred exhibitors will participate for the first time and they are mostly young and women. This shows how in all periods of technological transition and, in recent years the focus is AI, there is another side of the coin that consists of a return of interest towards artisanal activities. After so much digitalisation there is a greater need to speak with a human and not with a robot, to return to physical spaces and places of origin rather than immersing oneself in metaverse. Aiming for a better level of quality of life.
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE REPRESENTS A PARADIGM CHANGE
which man must make conscious use of. Many companies are investing inAI in manufacturing because if well managed, it's a "effective amplifier of human skills». Italy is today made up of a large number of artisan companies and micro businesses that represent the creative capacity of made in Italy. However, compared to other countries, Italy is still a step behind from a legislative point of view.
THE REGULATION OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
remains a delicate topic on which the European Parliament and Italian is trying to find a balance between the need for innovative development and the non-violation of the security of people's rights. There regulation Ai Act applied to generative models it would set limits, protect European innovation and the emerging AI ecosystem by ensuring robustness, transparency and reliability. L'Ai Act (regulatory text on new technologies) will prohibit the use of AI to undermine fundamental human rights and will thus enter the final phase of European negotiations at the end of 2023, so it would seem.