Without the statements made by equations, in which we usually apply to measure and represent specific conditions, our world would not exist as we know and define it. Maybe this is the reason why human beings need equations – moved by the trait to be eager – and able – to add something new to familiar landscapes across acts of thinking and tentative to grasp and understand mathematical ratios.
Nowadays, humanities are and want to be included in the interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary dialogue of Human-Robot interaction and social robotics. Social robots start to compose a higher number of workplaces. For us is time to have a better understanding of what this co-working relationship does mean in terms of psychological and ethical-existential aspects exploring some current and subsequent implications.
Today I want to write a bit about my inner hope for the upcoming event of ‘Science is Change‘ organized from the 11th to the 14th of May in the beautiful Auditorium della Musica of Rome. The theme of this year is change. Very inspiring. Change is a metaphor of power, force, and the symbol of wisdom. Why so? Well, let’s remember what British naturalist and biologist Charles Darwin teaches us: the one who can survive at natural selection is not the strongest animal species or the smartest one, it… Read more What about ‘Science is Change’ →