Rodolfo A. Fiorini

Rodolfo A. Fiorini

Rodolfo A. Fiorini

Fellow, World Academy of Art and Science; Department of Electronics, Informatics and Bioengineering, Politecnico di Milano University, Italy

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Fellow, World Academy of Art and Science; Department of Electronics, Informatics and Bioengineering, Politecnico di Milano University, Italy

Rodolfo A. Fiorini is Professor of Bioengineering at the Department of Electronics, Information and Bioengineering (DEIB), Politecnico di Milano University, Italy. He gained his Ph.D. degree in Energetics from Politecnico di Milano University in 1984. USA DOL awarded him with a Ph.D. in 1989. He is the founder and coordinator of the Research Group on Computational Information Conservation Theory (CICT), and currently he is responsible for the main course on Wellbeing Technology Assessment (WTA) at DEIB. He has published over 300 articles and presentations in international journals, books, etc. He is a Fellow of the World Academy of Art and Science (WAAS), Member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Technology in Behavioral Science (JTiBS), Member of AAAS, IEEE and EMBS, and is a renowned international scientific presenter, conference chairman, keynote and plenary speaker.

ARTICLES BY THIS AUTHOR

Big Government and Global Governance: Managing Complexity for the New Society
Get Full Text in PDF Abstract The paper offers an innovative and original proposal as a solution to the problem of multiscale ontological uncertainty management of the complex interaction between big government and global governance. The reason for this effort can be linked to the postulate that society is an arbitrary complex multiscale system of purposive actors experiencing continuous change. Society is an integrated living organism, not merely an assembly of machinery. Current problems are...
Transdisciplinary Education for Deep Learning, Creativity and Innovation
Get Full Text in PDF Abstract Today American universities offer more than 1000 specialized disciplines and subdisciplines, and their European counterparts are following them. The mental world we live in is infinitely divided into categories, subjects, disciplines, topics, and more and more specialized subdivisions. Our past knowledge is organized into “silos”: good for grain, not for brain. Forcing societies to fit their knowledge into boxes with unrelated arbitrary boundaries, without...