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Connecting Minds Through Networks for Knowledge and Action: Museums and Intelligent Robotics

  • Alberto RovettaEmail author
  • Edoardo Rovida
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Part of the Research for Development book series (REDE)

Abstract

Natural science and computer technologies are being invaded by new experiences and new knowledge about the connections between the hemispheres of the brain, with the blend of logic created by the left side and emotions interpreted by the right side. The challenge is to come to know and understand how the neural circuitry of the brain operates, how remote areas can communicate, and how the almost one hundred billion neurons and their connections can give rise to the mind, creative thinking, moods, behavior and emotions. A world cultivated through connections of information and culture, communication and participation, is a world that is enriched in its logic and its emotionality. Everyone can now be present as themselves in every place and at every time.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Politecnico di MilanoMilanItaly

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