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  • June 22, 2021
    What has changed and what has remained unchanged for today's female workers? We asked Anna Bellavitis, professor of Modern History at Rouen Normandie University, and speaker at the FBK-ISIG "Oval Table" meeting series.
  • June 22, 2021
    Hai un’idea innovativa? Con HIT potrebbe diventare impresa!
    Bootstrap-TIS è il nuovo programma promosso da Hub innovation Trentino per chi vuole promuovere un'idea innnovativa da portare sul mercato. Le iscrizioni al programma scadono il 7 settembre.
  • June 18, 2021
    A house is not a home
    The story of Omar Hammad Ali, researcher at FBK's Micro Nano Facility, is the ideal emblem to celebrate International Refugee Day, and to underline the Foundation's commitment to the defense and enhancement of human capital from even the most sadly known corners of the planet.
  • June 15, 2021
    Language in the ‘human-machine era’: How will new forms of language technology change our communication, and language itself?
    The ‘human-machine era’ is coming soon: a time when technology is integrated with our senses, not confined to mobile devices. It means that the hardware will move from our hands into our eyes and ears. Intelligent eyewear and earwear will be able to translate another person’s words, and make it look and sound like they were talking to you in your language. But not only will technology mediate what we see, hear and say in real time – it will be having increasingly complex conversations with us.
  • June 15, 2021
    More maps for everyone
    The "Trento Time Travel Maps" project of the FBK Digital Society Center provides citizens with a series of urban maps to understand how the city has changed from the 19th century to today
  • June 15, 2021
    Supporting people experiencing higher levels of distress
    A proof-of-concept evaluation measuring the engagement and effectiveness of Atena, a psychoeducational chatbot supporting healthy coping with stress and anxiety, among a population of university students
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