Come i science center, le gallerie e i musei affrontano il tema della comunicazione scientifica

Episode 2: Artificial intelligence The QUEST Podcast

Artificial intelligence is one of the biggest issues facing human society in the 21st century, and there is an urgent need to consider its ethical accountability and impact on diversity. This episode discusses how science communicators can strike a balance between describing the potential benefits of AI technologies (increased efficiency, automation, smarter decision-making) while at the same time pointing out the possible negative consequences and risks, including job losses, increased surveillance and worsened economic inequality.In this episode:- Ann Nowé, Professor and Head of the Artificial Intelligence Lab, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium- Milena Merten, Lead Editor, ada, GermanyThe audio clips of Eva Kaili are taken from an interview with EIT Digital in June 2020.Hosted by Barbara Schofield. Production by Atina Dimitrova.‘QUEST – QUality and Effectiveness in Science and Technology communication' is a Horizon 2020 EU funded project. Read more:
  1. Episode 2: Artificial intelligence
  2. Episode 1: Science museums and galleries

Condivido con voi il primo numero del podcast prodotto dal progetto Quest, finanziato nell’ambito del programma Horizon 2020. In questo numero si parlerà di come i Science center, le gallerie e i musei affrontano la comunicazione della scienza.

Quattro gli esperti intervistati sono:

– Dr Mairead Hurley, Research Fellow in the School of Education, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
– Muiriosa Guinan, Art-Science Curriculum Coordinator, Science Gallery Dublin, Ireland
– Dobrivoje Lale Eric, Head of Department of International Cooperation, Center for the Promotion of Science, Belgrade, Serbia
– Maria Xanthoudaki, Director of Education & CREI (Centre for Research in Informal Education), Leonardo da Vinci National Gallery of Science and Technology, Milan, Italy


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