Italian Association for Machine Learning

Building together a better data-driven society


Machine learning is a key technology that powers most of today's advancements in artificial intelligence and data science. Our aim as the Italian Association for Machine Learning (IAML) is to foster the development of ML in all sectors of the public life, by organizing, promoting, and sponsoring technical conferences, events, Meetups, and other initiatives throughout Italy (learn more in the opening statement from our blog).

We believe that the future will be intensely data-driven. For us, creating a dynamic hub that brings together professionals, industries, and academics will be essential to achieve this vision. To this end, we promote discussions on all facets of ML, from the technical aspects to the ethical, juridical and economical repercussions.

Interested? Read more on our activities for information on what we do. If you want to be kept updated, you can join the association to receive our newsletter with all the latest information on events and activities - don't worry, membership is free and you can easily opt-out at any time! We are also building a blog with a curated selection of technical posts - contact us if you are interested in contributing.

Membership to IAML is free: simply fill out the subscription form and you will receive first-hand announcements on our events, selected news on the ML world, exclusive membership discounts, and more!

Latest news from the blog

Coming events


  • September 27th at 9:00am
  • MIND - Milan Innovation District

Meetup Turin - Deep Convolutional CNNs

  • October 4th at 7:00pm
  • Toolbox - Turin

Meetup Turin - 3D Point Clouds and Deep Learning

  • October 18th at 7:00pm
  • Toolbox - Turin

Codemotion Milan 2018

  • November 29th at 9:00am
  • Superstudio, Milan, Italy

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IAML Founders

Simone Scardapane


Machine learning researcher with a focus on deep learning techniques.

Gabriele Nocco


Mathematician by origin, currently BI & Data Analyst Specialist at A.S. Roma.

Gabriele Randelli


Computer engineer, now senior ML solution architect at HPE.

Roberto Alma


Lawyer and javascript developer.