Gheorghe Rusu, the founding president of the Association for Artificial Intelligence and Robotics and Rolaxit Innovation is a man who moved Romania and the world.
He participated in the realization of the first computer manufactured in Romania and in numerous projects with implications in all branches of Romanian society, from operational research to leading technological processes in major projects in Romania.
He was the initiator of several legislative regulations for the activities of computer programming and the introduction of computer science in various fields.
He has worked in several research and design institutes and led numerous projects for the implementation of automation in many countries in the Middle East, China, Africa and is now a consultant to a prestigious international firm.
He is a graduate of the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics at the University of Bucharest, the Faculty of International Relations of the Academy of Economics and has completed a postgraduate course in machine learning at Stanford University and holds numerous patents and inventions. He has published numerous articles in the field and is the author of specialized books.
“The truth is that for us, as human beings, it is necessary to have social contact between people, because without sharing a social experience it is more difficult. My opinion is that these means that we build in artificial intelligence and robotics will still allow people should be human, that is, not to robotize anything and to be in isolated capsules, just for fear of not getting in touch with each other, that humanity will also find solutions to this human social interaction and very important psychologically. “In developed economies, for example, telework is much more developed than in Romania, say about 20 percent of the UK’s GDP is achieved through telework,” said Gheorghe Rusu, Ruandrei Sararu.