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The Mathematics That Makes Us Realize We Don't Know Much

The Mathematics That Makes Us Realize We Don't Know Much

by Fabio Todesco

In a paper with Nobel laureate Giorgio Parisi among its coauthors, Carlo Lucibello contributes to the development of a technique for analyzing the behavior of spin glasses that raises new questions for physics  

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Fighting Drug Resistance with Computational Methods

Fighting Drug Resistance with Computational Methods

by Fabio Todesco

Francesca Buffa's ERC funded project combines network analysis, agent based modeling and genomics to understand the workings of cancer, a multifactorial disease evolving in a complex environment  

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Computing Sciences: Hard Sciences That Break Down Disciplinary Barriers

Computing Sciences: Hard Sciences That Break Down Disciplinary Barriers

by Fabio Todesco

A department has been created at Bocconi to deal with STEM disciplines with a multidisciplinary spirit and to dialogue with the social sciences and economics. Artificial intelligence and machine learning will contribute to innovative research  

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Pride: STEM Disciplines Fight Algorithmic Bias

Pride: STEM Disciplines Fight Algorithmic Bias

by Fabio Todesco

Expert knowledge is needed to build mathematical models of discrimination in artificial intelligence systems in order to detect it, and identify possible solutions. A workshop at the University on June 27  

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The Opinionated Machine

The Opinionated Machine

by Fabio Todesco

Algorithmic bias may lead to Machine Learning systems discriminating against minorities. The issue is to be tackled now, says Luca Trevisan in the sixth episode of the Think Diverse podcast  

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News

  • Monitor for Circular Fashion Launches Eight Pilot Tests

    In the 2022 report of the observatory by SDA Bocconi School of Management and powered by Enel X, the analysis of sustainability indicators in the textile sector is applied to eight innovative prototypes made by partner companies. From organic cotton jeans to a tshirt that can be repaired, a bag that can be recycled, and a shoe that can be sewn at home  

  • Cybersecuring a Country… with a Podcast

    Greta Nasi hosts a series of talks about how modern states aim to protect individuals, firms and society against an invisible enemy  

  • Emotions as a Tool to Persuade People to Get Vaccinated

    Instead of overdoing confusion inducing technical details, a study by Maria Cucciniello and coauthors emphasizes the usefulness of more emotionally centered communication  

  • New Bocconi PhD Graduates Eye Academic Careers

    Four young Bocconi doctorate holders in Business Administration and Management have started their selection process  

  • The Pandemic Experience, Rules and Inequality

    Halfway between personal account and legal reflection, an article by Lorenzo Gasbarri describes the Covid experience between Italy and Guatemala  

  • When Government Subsidies Hinder Innovation

    IGIER Visiting Student Nicolas Sourisseau reports on the recent IGIER Policy Seminar with Ufuk Akcigit (University of Chicago)  

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Seminars

  • Martin Oehmke, London School of Economics: Green Capital Requirements

    MARTIN OEHMKE - London School of Economics

    Seminar Room 2-e4-sr03 - Via Roentgen, 1

  • Leonardo Bursztyn: Justifying Dissent

    LEONARDO BURSZTYN - The University of Chicago

    Alberto Alesina Seminar Room 5.e4.sr04, floor 5, Via Roentgen 1

  • Byzantine Iconoclasm, a social experiment with unexpected results

    LESLIE BRUBAKER - University of Birmingham

    Room 3b3sr01-Roentgen 1

  • CRIPTOATTIVITA': LA NUOVA DISCIPLINA EUROPEA. I Regolamenti MiCA, DLT e DORA
    Business Law

    PIERGAETANO MARCHETTI - Università Bocconi
    FILIPPO ANNUNZIATA - Università Bocconi
    MARIA CHIARA MOSCA - Università Bocconi

    Room AS02, Floor -2, Via Roentgen 1