Valerio Prosseda
Junior Researcher

Technology improves our lives, but it is our human relationship with it that defines our future.

Valerio Prosseda has a master's degree in Cognitive Sciences at the University of Roma Tre (2022) with a thesis on the role of online algorithmic filters, such as filter bubbles and echo chambers, and their intersection with the diffusion of fake news, the meme language of the internet, and conspiracy theories. He is interested in the relationship between technologies and their impact on society, but also in generative artificial intelligence, digital and media cultures, and the open source world.

From Valerio


On the verification of technology systems in ethics: validation, reproducibility, and responsibility.

Current AI systems need to be held to ethical standards in order to be used safely and responsibly in society. At the same time, standards cannot be verified by repetition experiments (reproducibility), so an iterative process of verification and validity needs to be established on the basis of the continuous evolution of the system and new information that may emerge.

Keeping IT Real: Communication strategies for Ethics of AI

The growing attention to the ethics of AI is moving from the scientific to the public sphere. Principles and solutions for an ethical relationship with AI no longer concern only experts in the field, but the broad public, which is increasingly able to grasp the importance of the issue. Yet, communication about it is very […]