Hay Festival Segovia 2023

Hay Festival Segovia 2023 will run September 14-17. There will also be some events in the run up to the festival.

Tickets are on sale now. Please write entradas@hayfestival.com if you have any doubts with tickets sales.

Event 1

Nuria Oliver, Sonia Mulero and Miquel Molina in conversation

Artificial Intelligence: Lights and Shadows

Venue: MACBA, Barcelona
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The practical applications of Artificial Intelligence can undoubtedly improve our lives. But the disruption it causes as it advances might equally make it worse. Can AI misuse the data it handles? Can it write a poem that moves us? Undoubtedly, this is the great technological challenge currently facing society, and Nuria Oliver, Telecommunications Engineer at the UPM and PhD in Artificial Intelligence from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), co-founder and director of the ELLIS Alicante Unit Foundation, known as the Institute of Human-Centred Artificial Intelligence, will talk about it at this event. She will be joined by Sonia Mulero, director of the Banco Sabadell Foundation, and Miquel Molina, deputy director of La Vanguardia, with over 30 years of experience, his books include L’everest a l'hora punta, about his experience climbing the legendary mountain, and several novels.

The event will be presented by Sheila Cremaschi, director of Hay Festival Segovia.

Nuria Oliver will participate in the event by videoconference.

Event in Spanish

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Event 2

Arthur Brooks in conversation with Lisa Bevill and Geoffroy Gérard

Second chance at happiness

Venue: IE Tower, Club de profesores, planta 24, Madrid
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After many successful careers, strivers, as Arthur Brooks like to call them, question how to find greater happiness as they age and change. His last book From Strength to Strength: Finding Success, Happiness and Deep Purpose in the second half of life, instant #1 New York Times Bestseller, touch on this crucial point for our careers as we look for aging with impact. Brooks reinvented himself several times in his career, from musician, to academic, to being the 11th President of the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), to author of more than 10 books, and now back to academia, as Harvard Kennedy School and Harvard Business School professor and weekly columnist with How to build a life at The Atlantic. He will give us an overview of his thinking followed by a conversation moderated by Geoffroy Gérard, Director General at IE Foundation, and Lisa Bevill, Academic Director of IE Center for Health, Well-Being and Happiness.

The event will be introduced by Santiago Iñiguez, Vice President of Hay Festival Segovia, President of IE University and author of several books including Philosophy Inc. Applying Wisdom to Everyday Management.

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Event in English

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