Teresa Numerico (PhD in History of Science) is associate professor in logic and philosophy of science at the University of Rome3, where she teaches history and theory of computer science and network communication. Among her publications: a volume on Digital humanist (with D. Fiormonte e F. Tomasi, Mulino, 2010) a book on Alan Turing and machine intelligence (FrancoAngeli 2005) and a book on search engines, Web dragons (with I. Witten and M. Gori, Morgan Kaufmann 2007). She was awarded a Leverhulme Trust Research Fellowship in 2004-2005. Her research interests range from philosophy of computer science to social informatics, from ethics to politics of telecommunication technologies.
The Commission organised multi-stakeholder discussions between 23 February and 4 March 2021 - in the form of four online meetings - to collect input feeding into the preparation of the Guidance for strengthening the Code of Practice on Disinformation, as a follow-up to the European Democracy Action Plan.
As part of the European Robotics Forum 2021 (ERF 2021), the European Commission is organising a workshop in which representatives of the 24 new projects from the latest Horizon 2020 robotics calls will shortly present their project. A virtual poster session is organised after this workshop, in which participants and project representatives can discuss, exchange […]