Marc Serramià awarded in the SCIE and BBVA Foundation Research Awards 2023

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Marc Serramià receives the Young Investigator Award at the ceremony Premios de la Informática 2023.

On October 25 the 2023 edition of Premios de Investigación de la Sociedad Científica Informática de España y la Fundación BBVA awards ceremony took place.

Marc Serramià Amorós, has received one of the Joves Investigadors Informàtics awards, for his contributions to the fields of multiagent systems and ethics for artificial intelligence, developing techniques to control that the behavior of these systems is consistent with human values and social norms.

Marc Serramià is a graduate of the Master in Artificial Intelligence from the FIB-UPC, has been associated with research at King's College London and is currently a professor at the Department of Computer Science at the City, University of London.

Serramià Amorós highlights that the application of ethics to artificial intelligence is still a field that has just begun, it is still an open problem and with many lines to continue researching, the recognition of this award is an added impetus to continue working with the goal of making artificial intelligence increasingly more respectful.

You can see an interview with Marc Serramià on the Youtube channel Fundación BBVA.

Los Premios de Investigación de la Sociedad Científica Informática de España y la Fundación BBVA, have two types of awards:

The National Computing Awards modality, with the aim of recognizing the work of researchers and public and private entities in the area of ​​Computing who have dedicated their professional careers and effort to study, strengthening and the dissemination of this discipline.

The Young Informatics Researchers modality, aimed at distinguishing innovative and relevant doctoral works. It seeks to recognize those researchers who contribute to the generational relief in this discipline and to its study, strengthening and dissemination. It rewards the creativity, originality and excellence of these researchers in the first years of the profession and aims to serve as an incentive for them to continue their research work.


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