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Univision Dedicates September 14th To Artificial Intelligence

by Soraya Alcalá
On-air campaign LO QUE NO SABES DE LA INTELIGENCIA ARTIFICIAL.

Miami, FL

Univision, the leading Spanish-language media company in the United States, will present a day dedicated to artificial intelligence (AI) on Thursday, September 14th, with Univision network’s on-air campaign LO QUE NO SABES DE LA INTELIGENCIA ARTIFICIAL (What you don’t know about Artificial Intelligence).

AI technology enables machines to learn from experience, adapt to new inputs and perform tasks in a manner similar to humans. Throughout the day UNIVISION’s shows will provide in-depth- coverage of this important topic.

The day kicks off with two special features on DESPIERTA AMÉRICA, which airs from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. ET. Morning viewers can tune-in to watch Satcha Pretto discuss the impact of AI on employment and address the fear that people have of losing their jobs to the evolving technology. Elyangelica González will also provide important information on how AI can be effectively used in everyday healthcare needs.

At 12 p.m. ET NOTICIERO EDICIÓN DIGITAL’s Carolina Sarassa shares a story that all parents can relate to, highlighting both the benefits and challenges of using AI as a “nanny” for children. That afternoon at 4 p.m. ET GORDO Y FLACA’s Tanya Charry lightens up the discussion with information on how AI will change the world of entertainment. And closing out the day at 5 p.m. ET PRIMER IMPACTO’s Pamela Silva will delve into the use of artificial intelligence by sexual predators and how authorities also use AI to combat abusers.

Artificial Intelligence is here to stay and UNIVISION’s LO QUE NO SABES DE LA INTELIGENCEIA ARTIFICIAL (What you don’t know about Artificial Intelligence) campaign exemplifies the network’s dedication to its audience members to keep them informed with factual and useful information.

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