Special Evening with Garry Kasparov
19:30-22:00 January 28

½ day

@ Auditorium A



19:30-19:32 January 28

Welcoming Talk

19:32-19:42 January 28 · with Martin Vetterli Slides Video

Safe & Affordable Digital Health for All

19:42-19:52 January 28 · with Bernardo Mariano Video

Piano Interlude

19:52-20:00 January 28 · with Yulia Miloslavskaya

How Machine Learning Upgrades Human Creativity

20:00-20:20 January 28 · with Garry Kasparov Slides Video


20:20-21:00 January 28 · with Garry Kasparov, Marcel Salathé Video


21:00-22:00 January 28 · with Garry Kasparov Video


Bernardo Mariano

CIO, World Health Organization (WHO)

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Garry Kasparov

Chess Grandmaster, Chairman of the Human Rights Foundation

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Marcel Salathé

Professor, EPFL

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Martin Vetterli

President, EPFL

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Yulia Miloslavskaya


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Garry Kasparov is a chess Grandmaster, former world champion, and the most famous player to be beaten by a machine. On Monday evening, Mr Kasparov will share his vision for a future where intelligent machines help us turn our grandest dreams into reality and how technology can make us more human.

The event is open to all conference visitors!

Separate tickets available for the general public here.


Marcel Salathé

Professor, EPFL

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Martin Jaggi

Professor, EPFL


Bob West

Professor, EPFL

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