Paolo
Caressa

After graduating and obtaining a PhD in mathematics, he spent some years in pure research and university teaching (Faculty of Engineering) and then moved to the world of industry, first as an IT consultant, then as a quantitative analyst in the field of finance and risk management, before finally returning to the IT world as a project manager, business analyst and consultant on methodologies, technologies, innovation and training. He has published two books on the history of mathematics (AlphaTest), a university mathematics textbook (UAM) and various scientific, informational and educational articles in various types of magazines. He lectures on various subjects, including mathematics, IT and data sciences. He is also involved in training and education, holding courses both in the professional field and as a guest lecturer at the Faculty of Engineering of La Sapienza University.

   
SOCIETY | Dec 19, 2017

Cybern… ethics: how technology has surpassed science fiction

What is the relationship between ethics and automata? And the role of philosophy?
Anyone who has held positions of responsibility and has found themselves guiding, coordinating or simply overseeing the activity of other people will recognize that one of the most appreciated features in a collaborator is l’autonomy. Whatever type of task one decides to entrust to a collaborator, the dream of every coordinator, manager or leader is to no longer have to think about that task until it has been completed and proof has been given. Autonomy is also an appreciated feature in machines:[…]