Come work with the Logic Group at the Philosophy Department, University of Milan! Postdoc in Logical Foundations of AI – Deadline 30th June 2021

Excited for new research to be presented today @aamas2021 workshop: Probabilistic Typed Natural Deduction for Trustworthy Computations

Prandi, L., Primiero, G. Effects of misinformation diffusion during a pandemic. Appl Netw Sci 5, 82 (2020).

Open Call for Application, Tenure-Track in Applied Ethics including Information Ethics at the Department of Philosophy, University of Milan. Deadline: 13/12/2019, 12:00h.

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It starts today @UniBergamo the 5th International Conference on History and Philosophy of Computing. Programme available

Two years of writing, culminating in my book "On the Foundations of Computing" to appear this Autumn @oupacademic

G.Primiero, F.Raimondi, T.Chen, A theory of change for prioritised resilient and evolvable software systems, Synthese

N.Angius, G.Primiero, "Infringing Software Property Rights: Ontological,Methodological, and Ethical Questions", Philosophy & Technology, @gprimiero

Now also in print in Philosophy & Technology our take on , and classification Primiero, G., Solheim, F.J. & Spring, J.M. Philos. Technol. (2019) 32: 339.

A new paper! Primiero, G. A Minimalist Epistemology for Agent‑Based Simulations in the Artificial Sciences, Minds & Machines. (2019).

Paper "Negative trust for conflict resolution in software management" with Jaap Boender now accepted for publication in Journal of Web Intelligence. This is an extended and improved version of Giuseppe Primiero, Jaap Boender, Managing Software Uninstall with Negative Trust. IFIPTM 2017: 79-93 (2017).

I am a Logician, and Philosopher of Computation and Information. My research focuses on formal models of dynamic rationality for intelligent mechanical and natural information systems. Areas of Specialization: , , Representation, Dynamics, Interaction, Type Theories, , Philosophy of , and

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