Luisa Damiano (Membro del Consiglio/Council Member)

Luisa Damiano (PhD) is Associate Professor of Philosophy of Science at the University of Messina (Italy), where she coordinates 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. On topics related to these domains she wrote many articles and two books (Unità in dialogo, Bruno Mondadori, 2009; Vivre avec les robots. Essai sur l’empathie artificielle, Seuil, 2016, with P. Dumouchel, published in English by Harvard University Press, 2017, in Korean by HEEDAM, 2019, and in Italian by Raffaello Cortina, 2019), and co-edited several journal special issues (among which: Artificial Empathy, International Journal of Social Robotics, with P. Dumouchel and H. Lehmann, 2014; What can Synthetic Biology offer to Artificial Intelligence (and vice versa)?, BioSystems, with Y. Kuruma and P. Stano, 2016; Synthetic Biology and Artificial Intelligence: Towards Cross-fertilization, Complex Systems, with Y. Kuruma and P. Stano, 2018).

Luisa Damiano (PhD) è Professore Associato di Filosofia della Scienza presso l’Università di Messina, da dove coordina il Research Group on the Epistemology of the Sciences of the Artificial (RG-ESA). I suoi principali domini di indagine sono l’epistemologia dei sistemi complessi, l’epistemologia delle scienze cognitive e l’epistemologia delle scienze dell’artificiale. Su temi inerenti a questi domini di ricerca ha scritto articoli scientifici e due libri (Unità in dialogo, Bruno Mondadori, 2009; Vivre avec les robots. Essai sur l’empathie artificielle, Seuil, 2016, con P. Dumouchel, pubblicato in inglese da Harvard University Press, 2017, in coreano da HEEDAM, 2029 e in italiano da Raffaello Cortina, 2019). Ha curato diversi numeri speciali di riviste scientifiche (tra cui Artificial Empathy, International Journal of Social Robotics, con P. Dumouchel e H. Lehmann, 2014; What can Synthetic Biology offer to Artificial Intelligence (and vice versa)?, BioSystems, con Y. Kuruma e P. Stano, 2016; Synthetic Biology and Artificial Intelligence: Towards Cross-fertilization, Complex Systems, con Y. Kuruma e P. Stano, 2018).