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Imminent Online event – “How to improve multilingual collective intelligence”

Multilingual and multicultural collective intelligence is becoming crucial today. In this revolutionary leap forward for the language industry and the whole of humankind, we are more interconnected than ever, and humans need to cooperate more than ever before. But to achieve the best results, people need to understand each other.

Is it possible to improve the understanding between people who speak different languages and thus improve their ability to do things together in a smarter way?

During the event, the community of experts who contributed to the creation of the new Imminent Research Report will begin an ongoing conversation to work across cultures, disciplines, and linguistic boundaries, engaging great thinkers to develop and promote long-term answers to the biggest challenges of the 21st century.

Multilingualism is a problem or an opportunity in a company?

Salvatore Giammarresi – Head of Localization at Airbnb – shows how interesting the problem can be.

Which technological, linguistic, and economic dynamics come into play? 

Kirti Vashee – Language Evangelist at Translated, Jacob Browning –  Post-do associate in the NYU Computer Science Department, Yann Lecun –  Computer scientist, Guido Vetere – AI Adjunct Professor at Marconi University, and Marco Trombetti – Translated’s CEO – guide us in this path.

What are the singularly interesting countries that present strategic data capable of enhancing cooperation?

Insights by our linguists from Indonesia, Kenya, and Estonia.

How to interpret the generativity of cultural diversity in brands?

Patrizia Boglione – Brand Vice President at Translated – give us data and case studies to show her vision.

How socio-technical groups of people evolve together in multilingual contexts and thanks to which tools?

Ersilia Vaudo, Astrophysics from ESA, and Helga Nowotny –  former President of the European Research Council –  tell us, respectively, their experiences at ESA and ERC.

What happens to the minds of those who communicate in multilingual contexts?

The most recent findings are reported by Carlotta Barelli, Valentina Rava, Nereo Kalebic, Elena Taverna from Human Technopole, Centre for Neurogenomics and Martina Ardizzi from University of Parma.