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Lecture at the “Computing and AI Summit” in London

Prof. Olivia Caramello, Coordinator of the Centre for Topos Theory and its Applications, has given an invited lecture at the recent Computing and Artificial Intelligence Summit in London. In her presentation, she has provided a conceptual introduction to the theory of relative toposes, currently developed by her research team at the Centre, and discussed its relevance in connection with the creation of new forms of artificial learning that emulate the distinctive features of natural intelligence.

The slides of the talk are available here.

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