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Call For Papers: WAIM 2019 : 1st Workshop on Artificial Intelligence and Management

Conference: CISTI 2019, Coimbra, June 19-22, 2019 The recent development of artificial intelligence (AI) presents news challenges and opportunities. It is essential to study this new reality in the societal and corporate environment. In fact, there is a vast

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ISEG – Lisbon School of Economics and Management

ISEG – Lisbon School of Economics and Management  (ISEG Lisboa) is the Business School of the Universidade de Lisboa. It history is rooted in the Aula de Comercio. In 1759, the king Jose I founded the Class of Commerce (Aula

Posted in History, ISEG, ULisboa

ArduinoDay 2017 (Lisboa) Desenvolvido pela Eventbrite

Posted in ISCTE, Open Source, Tecnologia

Manifestis Probatum (1179): The pope recognises Portugal as an independent Kingdom.

In May 23, 1179, Pope Alexander III officially recognised Afonso Henriques as the first King of Portugal.

Posted in Culture

First aerial crossing of the South Atlantic (1922)

Gago Coutinho and Artur de Sacadura Cabral  flew from Lisbon, Portugal, to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, between March 30 and June 17, 1922.

Posted in Culture, History

Henry the Navigator was born in 1394

Infante Henry, also known as Henry the Navigator, was an important figure in the early days of the Portuguese Empire and the Age of Discoveries in total. He was responsible for the early development of European exploration and maritime trade

Posted in History



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John von Neumann

“John von Neumann (b. 28 December 1903, Budapest, Hungary; d. 8 February 1957, Washington, DC) has become one of the legendary figures of 20th century mathematics. The stories of his quickness of mind, power of absolute recall, linguistic range, and

Posted in ACM, Culture, History, Tecnologia

Charles Babbage and the programmable computer

“Charles Babbage was born in London on 26 December 1791. His education was mostly private and he went up to Cambridge University in 1810. Cambridge studies were then strongly oriented toward mathematics. Babbage, however, soon discovered that Newton’s ideas still

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The first Computer programmer: Augusta Ada, countess of Lovelace

“Augusta Ada Byron was born in London on 10 December 1815. She was the daughter of Lord Byron and Annabella Milbanke Byron, whose separation a little over a month after her birth was followed by Lord Byron’s leaving England, never

Posted in ACM, Culture, History, Tecnologia
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