“Artificial Intelligence: an ethical challenge?” is the name of the seminar promoted by the Italian Embassy to the Holy See in conjunction with the “Cortile dei Gentili”, a body of the Pontifical Council for Culture established by Pope Benedict XVI to favour the encounter and the dialogue between believers and non-believers, scheduled for Thursday 6 July, at 5.30 p.m., to be hosted at Palazzo Borromeo (via delle Belle Arti, 2 - Rome). The event will be attended by academics from Oxford, from the Institutes of BioRobotics and Dirpolis of the Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, in Pisa, from Luiss and Gregoriana universities, prominent representatives of the Catholic, diplomatic, institutional and scientific milieu. The Minister of Education, Universities and Research, Valeria Fedeli, will draw the meeting's conclusions. The programme includes addresses by the Italian Ambassador to the Holy See, Daniele Mancini, and by the President of the Pontifical Council for Culture, Cardinal Gianfranco Ravasi. Presentations will be delivered, among others, by Sebastiano Maffettone, a jurist from LUISS “Guido Carli”; Luciano Floridi, a philosopher from Oxford University; Father Paolo Benanti, a theologian from the Pontificia Università Gregoriana. The seminar will be chaired by prof. Roberto Cingolani, Director of the Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia. Invitation to the meeting is required.