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(Science and Space Research) Scienza e ricerca spaziale a confronto in ASI (ASI)

ASI writes: Un viaggio nelle attività spaziali dal passato al futuro, per mostrare come la cooperazione tra enti di ricerca e mondo accademico, sotto il coordinamento dell’Agenzia Spaziale Italiana (ASI), abbiano portato il nostro Paese tra le eccellenze del panorama scientifico internazionale. Questo il tema cardine dell’incontro “Scienza e ricerca spaziale italiana tra passato e futuro” organizzato in ASI, in modalità ibrida.

go to ASI: ASI | Agenzia Spaziale Italiana

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(Science/Tech) The Air & Space Brief: China cyberspace sanctions, First wooden satellite, China concern, Militarized space? (Defense One)

Tara Copp writes for Defense One: The Biden administration announced new measures—but no sanctions—early Monday aimed at exposing and disrupting China’s government-sponsored cyber criminal activities. The new approach relies heavily on allies collectively putting sanctions on China to pressure them to stop, senior administration officials said. “No one action can change China’s behavior in cyberspace and neither can just one country acting on its own,” the officials said. 

go to Defense One website: The Air & Space Brief: China cyberspace sanctions, First wooden satellite, China concern, Militarized space? – Defense One

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Science/Artificial Intelligence – Creating a Map of Science and Measuring the Role of AI in it (Autumn Toney, CSET)

Data Snapshots are informative descriptions and quick analyses that dig into CSET’s unique data resources. Our first series of Snapshots will introduce CSET’s Map of Science and explore the underlying data and analytic utility of this new tool. Check in every two weeks to see our newest Snapshot, and keep an eye out for the future release of CSET’s Map of Science user interface, which will enable users to interact with the Map directly.

Creating a Map of Science and Measuring the Role of AI in it – Center for Security and Emerging Technology (georgetown.edu)

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GLOBAL EYE – 2020 feels like dark fiction. Here’s how science can inspire a better future (Nick Pyenson, Alex Dehgan, World Economic Forum)

  • Wildfires, climate change, biodiversity loss and the pandemic are all signs of how humanity’s relationship with nature has changed.
  • Scientists have the perspective needed to rethink our future.

https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2020/11/2020-feels-like-dark-fiction-heres-how-science-can-inspire-a-better-future/