For a Human-Centered AI

Giulia Bernardi

A new graduate in Cultural Heritage, she is now specializing in Arts at the University of Trento. Since 2014, she has been a member of Associazione Amici del Canova, which provides surveillance services and guided tours of the Antonio Canova Museum and Gallery of Plaster Casts in Possagno (TV). Since the end of 2018, she has been a member of Culturit and has been in charge of the related local projects in Trento. She is an enthusiast of travel destinations that combine art in its various forms and good typical local food. She is also interested in new technologies and their uses especially in the museum field of application. A guest blogger of the FBK Magazine since February 2019, she will explore the job opportunities for young people and the success stories of those who have found their own way, as well as enhance the local area or tradition, aspects about which she particularly cares.