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On 11 February, Jesuit father George Coyne, an internationally renowned astronomer, died at the age of 87 in Syracuse in New York State, where he had settled after directing the Vatican Observatory for 28 years.

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Two days to show the on-going research in the wide area of Artificial Intelligence. This is the ISI Informal Workshop on Learning, Algorithms and Networks, hosted on Monday 17th and Tuesday 18th February 2020 at the ISI Foundation in Turin.

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17 February 2020

5 February 2020

Online social media offer unprecedented freedom and rapidness of interpersonal interactions. Within traditional models of opinion dynamics, such increase in the interaction rate would lead to quickly reaching a consensus.

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Sarà dedicato ai rapporti tra rivoluzione digitale e medicina, l'intervento che la sera di martedì 28 gennaio il professor Mario Rasetti terrà all'Accademia di Medicina di Torino.

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A new coronavirus is making the news. Starting in December 2019, Chinese health authorities have been closely monitoring a cluster of pneumonia cases in the city of Wuhan, in Hubei Province.

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18 December 2019

“L'algoritmo e l'oracolo. Come la scienza predice il futuro e ci aiuta a cambiarlo” di Alessandro Vespignani ha vinto la settima edizione del Premio Nazionale per la Divulgazione Scientifica Giancarlo Dosi, nella sezione dedicata alle scienze matematiche, fisiche e naturali.

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The 8th International Conference on Complex Networks and their Applications is an international event that brings together researchers from different scientific communities working on areas related to complex networks. Held in Lisbon, Portugal, from 10th to 12th December, the conference is preceded Monday 9th December by a satellite event, the “Complex Networks 2019 Satellite: Social Good”.

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Marseille is hosting the9th International Digital Public Health Conference. Held in conjunction with the 12th European Public Health Conference, DPH19 is a world leading annual interdisciplinary event on research and innovation in digital health, bringing together researchers and audiences from Public Health, Computer and Data Science, MedTech industry and NGOs.

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From 18th to 21st November, Doha (Qatar) is hosting SocInfo 2019, the 11th International Conference on Social Informatics. The conference is gathering researchers from Computer Science, Informatics, Social Sciences and Management Sciences to share ideas and opinions, and present original research work on studying the interplay between socially-centric platforms and social phenomena.

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ISI Foundation Deputy Director Francesco Bonchi will open the 8th International Conference on Computational Data and Social Networks.

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How is Artificial Intelligence shaping the future of health? This is the big issue addressed by ICAIH 2019, the first Industrial Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Health.

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seminars

Sizing Complex Networks

15 November 2019

seminars

Markovianity and mesoscopic structures on networks

12 November 2019

What are the perspectives brought by artificial intelligence, what the challenges and what the methods and tools for addressing them? What projects, studies and social experiments can lead to a corpus of shared knowledge and shape R&D agendas? And what are the initiatives that may help the progress of AI for the benefit of humankind? These are just some of the issues addressed by the international and multidisciplinary Global Forum on AI for Humanity (GFAIH).

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31 October 2019

ISI Foundation is among the few European partners of the newly launched AccelNet-MultiNet project, a joint effort aimed at expanding the international community of scientific discovery and training focused around the exploration of multilayer network science.

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Technology can (and should) serve society. It did it in the past, as it shows a perfect example of sustainable industrial innovation in the XX century like Olivetti's experience in Ivrea (recently recognized by UNESCO as a protected world heritage site), and it can do it now, in the midst of digital revolution.

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Premio Lagrange - Fondazione CRT 2019

The Lagrange Prize-CRT Foundation Edition 2019 has been assigned to Iain D. Couzin from Max Plack Institute of Animal Behavior and David Gruber from City University of New York.

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Three new researchers are joining the ISI Fellow program for 2019-2022.

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15 April 2019