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Med-Or fosters the first Executive Course in “Artificial Intelligence and Cybersecurity” in partnership with LUISS

Med-Or Foundation, in partnership with LUISS School of Government, has launched an Executive Course entirely delivered in English, in Artificial Intelligence and Cybersecurity in a Global Digital Age: Policy and Management Solutions.

This innovative executive course builds upon the strong cooperation between Med-Or Foundation and Luiss School of Government, which began last year, and will start in September 2022, concluding in October in Rome.

The program is addressed to twenty sector representatives, researchers, and policy makers, from a selected group of countries in the Middle East and Mediterranean region. The course is aimed at providing the necessary tools to examine the new challenges, both regional and global, posed by the technological revolution and by artificial intelligence, as well as the risks connected to cybersecurity.
The lectures will be delivered on subjects cross-cutting the theme, and will be given by some of the best Italian lecturers and professionals in the sector.


The Executive Course in Artificial Intelligence and Cybersecurity, organized by Luiss School of Government and Med-Or, concluded

The closing ceremony of Luiss School of Government’s Executive Course “Artificial Intelligence and Cybersecurity in a Global Digital Age: Policy and Management Solutions” was held at Med-Or Foundation headquarters on October 28

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The Mediterranean challenge

The Mediterranean represents one of the main focus areas towards which Italian foreign policy gravitates. Over the last few years, this region straddling three continents has become increasingly important in geopolitical terms, as the scene of confrontation between all the major global powers.

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Med-Or Foundation supports the Nuclear History Boot Camp 2023

Med-Or Foundation sustains the 11th edition of the Nuclear History Boot Camp, to be held in June 2023, organized by the University of Roma Tre in collaboration with the Wilson Center of Washington.

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