For a Human-Centered AI


  • February 15, 2024
    Citizen Science: for a democratic science
    The second detailed article drawn from the latest edition of Observa's Science, Technology and Society Yearbook is devoted to Citizen Science and public participation in research. With a mention to the successful experience of the "science workshop" conducted in recent years at FBK
  • January 23, 2023
    A lecture by Charles Taylor on democracy. what do our “masters” do for us?
    Many feel that there’s a problem with democracy in the West today. A master of our time, Canadian philosopher Charles Taylor, has tried to explain the causes and the possible solutions to this crisis.
  • January 31, 2020
    Technology innovation either is social innovation or it is no innovation at all
    Societing 4.0 aims to experiment and suggest possible forms of future through collaborative processes: new ways in which people, institutions, the production and the research systems reconfigure meanings, symbols and social systems, leveraging the big potential of technology innovation
  • January 16, 2019
    Mission Report. FBK’s results and their impact on society
    The mission of Fondazione Bruno Kessler is to build a concrete and effective relationship between research of excellence and the demand for innovation that comes from the most diverse sectors of society. The final balance depicts the results achieved and offers all stakeholders an opportunity for discussion based on data
  • November 21, 2017
    Innovation and society in the Age of Artificial Intelligence. Can they go hand in hand?
    The meeting "Artificial Intelligence and Us" hosted at Fondazione Corriere della Sera on November 6, has pointed out that man and machine are not antagonists and that a 'peaceful' existence in the era of artificial intelligence may be possible. As long as it we invest in young people and their training.
  • September 11, 2017
    Media and Society: the Role of Television
    Historian Christina von Hodenberg told FBK how television has changed the pace and habits of families since the post-war period until today