Co-founder, MIPU Predictive Hub
Giulia Baccarin is a Biomedical Engineer with a thesis on fall prediction using wearable sensors. After a meaningful experience in a consultancy company in Japan, she returned to Italy in 2008 to found the Italian headquarters of what is now the largest European company specialized in predictive maintenance. In 2012 to promote and support young talents in Italy she founded what we call now MIPU Predictive Hub, a group of companies dedicated to bringing predictive techniques and artificial intelligence into factories counting today a team of 60 people and projects running with the major international industrial groups. For over 5 years she has been actively engaged in promoting a profound discussion about the role of ethics in artificial intelligence and gender diversity in the STEM fields.