Society

SocietyTechnology and Innovation

When innovation becomes strenuous

What is the phenomenon of Over Featuring, and why it threatens to derail product development?

SocietyMind and Brain

Learning through games: what is playful teaching

Research increasingly sees play as a tool to innovate teaching and stimulate learning.

SocietyTechnology and Innovation

Tell me where you look, and I will tell you what you choose

An artificial intelligence algorithm applied to gaze-tracking systems is able to read intentions in an online game: technology potentially...

Technology and InnovationSociety

How smart is ChatGPT?

Q&A with the artificial intelligence software of the moment.

Society

With board, tiles and tokens you learn not to waste water

The results of the Blutube project confirm that play serves to learn sustainable behaviour.

SocietyEconomy

Looking beyond one's own community

Research explains under which conditions the tendency to be altruistic and do good outside one's own inner circle prevails.

Society

What drives the choice to donate blood

A study in collaboration between Avis and the IMT School compares voluntary and paid donors and highlights the motivations behind the donation.

SocietyEconomy

Is the era of globalisation over?

How pandemics and the energy crisis are transforming the global economic system.

SocietyMind and Brain

Vaccines: trusting experts is not the same as listening to them

A study confirms that the public trusts science but needs to be listened to.

SocietyMind and Brain

How has the Italians’ mental health changed after the lockdown?

Women and young people are the most at risk of psychological distress in the post-lockdown period.

Society

How to fight fake news

A study compares different approaches, including economic incentives, to 'vaccinate' against misinformation.