Luisa Damiano (Membro del Consiglio/Council Member)

Luisa Damiano (PhD) is Associate Professor of Logic and Philosophy of Science at the IULM University (Milan, Italy), and the coordinator of the Research Group on the Epistemology of the Sciences of the Artificial (RG-ESA). Her main research areas are: Epistemology of Complex Systems; Epistemology of the Cognitive Sciences; Epistemology of the Sciences of the Artificial. Since 2007, she has been working on these topics with scientific teams (Origins of Life Group, University of Rome Three, Rome, Italy, SynthCells EU Project; Adaptive Systems Research Group, Developmental Robotics Division, University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, United Kingdom, Felix Growing EU Project and Aliz-é EU Project; Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan, Empathy and Frontier Sciences JSPS Project and Artificial Empathy JSPS Project; currently: University of Salento, Lecce, Italy, and JAMSTEC, Yokosuka, Japan, SB-AI Project; Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan, Artificial Empathy Project). From 2015 to 2021 she was Associate Professor of Logic and Philosophy of Science at the University of Messina (Messina, Italy). Among her publications there are many articles, the books Unità in dialogo (Bruno Mondadori, 2009) and Living with robots (with Paul Dumouchel, Harvard University Press, 2017, originally published in French by Seuil, 2016, in Korean by HEEDAM, 2019, and in Italian by Raffaello Cortina, 2019; currently in publication in Chinese by Peking University Press) and several co-edited journal special issues (e.g., Artificial Empathy, International Journal of Social Robotics, with Paul Dumouchel and Hagen Lehmann, 2014; What can Synthetic Biology offer to Artificial Intelligence (and vice versa), BioSystems, with Yutetsu Kuruma and Pasquale Stano, 2016; Synthetic Biology and Artificial Intelligence: Towards Cross-fertilization, Complex Systems, with Yutetsu Kuruma and Pasquale Stano, 2018).

Luisa Damiano (PhD), professore associato di logica e filosofia della scienza prima presso l’Università di Messina (2015-2021) e poi presso l’Università IULM di Milano (dal 2021), è coordinatrice del Research Group on the Epistemology of the Sciences of the Artificial (RG-ESA). Le sue principali aree di ricerca sono l’epistemologia dei sistemi complessi, l’epistemologia delle scienze cognitive e l’epistemologia delle scienze dell’artificiale. A partire dal 2007, ha lavorato su temi di ricerca relativi a queste aree all’interno di o in stretta collaborazione con team scientifici (Origins of Life Group, Università di Roma Tre, Roma, progetto europeo SynthCells; Adaptive Systems Research Group, Developmental Robotics Division, University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, Regno Unito, progetti europei Felix Growing e Aliz-é; Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Giappone, progetti JSPS Empathy and Frontier Sciences e Artificial Empathy; attualmente: Università del Salento, Lecce, e JAMSTEC, Yokosuka, Giappone, progetto SB-AI; Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Giappone, progetto Artificial Empathy). Tra le sue pubblicazioni rientrano molti articoli, i libri Unità in dialogo (Bruno Mondadori, 2009) e Living with robots (con Paul Dumouchel, Harvard University Press, 2017, pubblicato originariamente in francese da Seuil, 2016, con il titolo Vivre avec les robots. Essai sur l’empathie artificielle, in coreano da HEEDAM, 2019 e in italiano da Raffaello Cortina, 2019, con il titolo Vivere con i robot; una traduzione in cinese è in preparazione presso Peking University Press) e alcuni numeri speciali di riviste scientifiche (e.g., Artificial Empathy, International Journal of Social Robotics, con Paul Dumouchel e Hagen Lehmann, 2014; What can Synthetic Biology offer to Artificial Intelligence (and vice versa), BioSystems, con Yutetsu Kuruma e Pasquale Stano, 2016; Synthetic Biology and Artificial Intelligence: Towards Cross-fertilization, Complex Systems, con Yutetsu Kuruma e Pasquale Stano).