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COMPUTER SCIENCE AND SOCIETY

COMPUTER SCIENCE AND SOCIETY

CYCLE OF SEMINARS promoted by the Galileo Dept. (Mathematics, Physics and Computer Science) and coordinated by Profs. Andrea Coslovich and Eolo Di Casola, as part of the projects for the expansion of the training offer, as a reflection on the short and long-term social consequences of the availability of machines for the automatic processing of information to better understand and govern the digital revolution in all sectors, from economics to public administration, from geopolitics to education.
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January 16, 2024 in the Aula Magna of the high school, the first of the seminars on Computer Science and Society, Alan Turing: the scientist and man in the history and society of his time , edited by Prof Guarnieri, holder of the Chair of History of Technology at the University of Padua.
Abstract:
the seminar presented to the students the exceptional story of the famous English scientist, underlining his ability to contribute to countless sectors of mathematical and computer sciences with ideas that were always innovative and had enormous impact. The seminar then concluded with a brief moment of reflection, moderated by Professor Di Casola, on the relationship between science and power.

On behalf of the entire school community, we sincerely thank Professor Guarnieri for his authoritative and enlightening contribution.


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20 March 2024 Computer networks and impacts of their use". Speech by Graziano Scalamera of Elettra-Sincrotrone.