Every year, El Mercurio’s Revista Sábado and Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez, publish a special edition to recognize the talent of young leaders who, through their work, have a positive impact on relevant issues at a national level. In this last edition, the young Cenia researcher and academic from the Department of Computer Science at the Universidad de Chile, Andrés Abeliuk, was distinguished as one of the 100 Young Leaders for his interdisciplinary work that uses artificial intelligence with a strong social component.
At Cenia, the researcher collaborates in the research line “Human-centered AI,” whose work consists of using artificial intelligence to address social problems, creating knowledge that allows understanding its impact on society and mitigating possible negative impacts, as well as designing artificial intelligence-based technological innovations that are open and available to all.
“Much of my work is presented in scientific journals and conferences that are read almost exclusively by my peers. In contrast, I take this recognition as a sign that there is interest in making my work more visible to the general public,” says Andrés Abeliuk.
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