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 4.8 via 47 ratings in Apple Podcasts
A technology podcast in Spanish from Xataka

Captcha es el gran viaje a través del presente y futuro de la Inteligencia Artificial que busca explicar a fondo cómo funciona la llamada “nueva electricidad”, la disciplina científico tecnológica más apasionante de los siglos XX y XXI.

Para ello, en cada episodio contaremos con los mayores expertos en Inteligencia Artificial del país: profesores, técnicos, investigadores. Todo ello conducido por el equipo profesional de ciencia y tecnología de Xataka y rematado con una pieza de teatro locutada y una completa sección de ciencia ficción.

Realizado gracias a la colaboración de Huawei.

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