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The Economist: Artificial intelligence Anything you can do, AI can do better. So how will it change the workplace?

The Economist: Artificial intelligence Anything you can do, AI can do better. So how will it change the workplace?

19/09/2016 - Articles, News

The return of the machinery question. After many false starts, artificial intelligence has taken off. Will it cause mass unemployment or even destroy mankind? History can provide some helpful clues, says Tom Standage. There is something familiar about fears that new machines will take everyone’s jobs, benefiting only a select few and upending society. Read more

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Roboethics, Science&Society
Automatica 2016: Rethinking Robotics

Automatica 2016: Rethinking Robotics

07/07/2016 - Articles, Events, Press Club

Automatica’s exhibitors were trumpeting Industry 4.0. Is this the turning point for robotics? Industry 4.0 – the fourth industrial revolution – was the main theme at the largest robot and automation fair in the world, Germany’s AUTOMATICA, which took place in Munich throughout last week. But what exactly is Industry 4.0 and how do developers and manufacturers big and small believe it will revolutionise production? Read more

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Science&Society
Dol's Magazine and School of Robotics: Starting a fruitful collaboration

Dol's Magazine and School of Robotics: Starting a fruitful collaboration

13/10/2015 - Articles

Dol's is the first web Magazine devoted to Women. It was started on 199 by Caterina Della Torre with the aim to give women a free space where issues that beforehand were associated only to men could be approached. Dol's and the School of Robotics are starting a collaboration in the field of women&technology. Every two monts an article by Fiorella Operto, Melissa Ferretti, Elena Parodi. Read more

tags:

Women&Technology, ECWT
The European project RobGap ofn Bricks Magazine

The European project RobGap ofn Bricks Magazine

03/07/2015 - Articles

Robots for intergenerational gap (RobGap) is a Learning partnership project supported by the European Commission through the National Agencies within the framework of the Lifelong Learning Program. It foreseens the involvement of senior people, grandparents and parents from any social groups the involvement of senior people, grandparents and parents from any social groups to be trained and to be technologically advanced to stay with their children, mediating educational contents like maths, science, dynamics, geometry using the robots Read more

tags:

Lego, European projects, Robot@scuola
Robot in GeoGebra: An article by  Donatella Merlo with the collaboration of Ada Sargenti

Robot in GeoGebra: An article by Donatella Merlo with the collaboration of Ada Sargenti

19/12/2011 - Articles, Courses for Teachers, Classes for Students

Genoa, ABCD 2011. On November 16th, the Ligurian Office of the Italian Ministry of Education and the School of Robotics have invited Donatella Merlo to hold a Lecture about "GeoGeobra and Educational Robotics" at the 2011 edition of the Fair of Technology in Education (ABCD 2011, Genoa, 16-18 of November). Here her related article. Read more

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Robot@scuola