|Politecnico di Torino|
|Anno Accademico 2017/18|
|01SWQRP, 01SWQIU, 01SWQIV, 01SWQIW, 01SWQIY, 01SWQKG, 01SWQKI, 01SWQRK, 01SWQRL, 01SWQRO, 01SWQRR, 01SWQRS, 01SWQRT, 01SWQRU, 01SWQRV, 01SWQRW
Responsible research and innovation, the impact on social challenges
Dottorato di ricerca in Gestione, Produzione E Design - Torino
Dottorato di ricerca in Ingegneria Informatica E Dei Sistemi - Torino
Dottorato di ricerca in Energetica - Torino
0. Aims and some anticipation
0.1 Why and How a responsible R&I
0.2 Responsibility - concrete and workable consequences
1. Why the responsibility in social challenges?
1.1 The limits of our understanding
1.2 The announcement of R&I advances - enthusiasm or mortification?
1.3 Does it make sense to raise some question?
1.4 What can we learn?
2. Organising a discourse around the responsibility in R&I
2.1 The Observer and the Observed process
2.2 Some paradigms for the action
2.3 Language and contaminations
2.4 The responsible choice between past and future
3. Societal challenges, the responsible approach - examples
3.1 Finance and Technology for a never-ending growth?
3.2 Digital communications, physical and cognitive impact
3.3 Digital communications, the social dimension
3.4 The goods production cycle - quantity or quality?
3.5 The food chain, from fork to farm
3.6 Health and care, from reactive to systemic paradigms
3.7 Ageing population - a social bomb?
3.8 Energy conversion - centralisation or de-centralisation?
3.9 Automation, the social dimension
3.10 Disintermediation, the prosumer on the horizon
3.11 The employment dilemma
4. Seeking for new perspectives. The global responsibility
4.1 From Kyoto to COP 21 - a global concertation for a sustainable development?
4.2 The CO2 budget
4.3 Environmental sustainability or social stability?
4.4 Potential measures for prosperity
5. Seeking for new perspectives. The local responsibility
5.1 The local-global dilemma – competition and inclusion
5.2 EU, Community Led Local Development and other measures
5.3 Emerging opportunities for new economic paradigms – re-orientate the technology potentials
5.4 Emerging opportunities for new economic paradigms – identify the synergies within the social issues
5.5 Exploiting the opportunities
6. A responsible education for a responsible mind-set
6.1 Cognitive constructs and responsibility
6.2 Education through societal challenges
6.3 Digital school and employment perspectives
7. Conclusion – a summary, a recommendation and further studies
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Programma provvisorio per l'A.A.2017/18