Florence, April 28, 2022 – review continues Tales from the past,Science History MeetingsNow in its second online edition. Next appointment is May 3 with the professor Giovanni Di Pasquale From the Galileo Museum in Florence, Texas A&M University, which will talk aboutThe amazing history of Automata From antiquity to the eighteenth century.” From the 10th and 50th to the
From the most distant times, man was attracted to the idea of \u200b\u200bcreating objects, sometimes even with anthropomorphic features, capable of moving independently. Beginning in the third century B.C The dream becomes reality and the robot is born, Self-propelled objects that constitute one of the most extraordinary achievements left to us by antiquity. Their fame has extended through the centuries of scientific development to the modern goals of robotics and artificial intelligence. A compelling story that begins from the first mechanical devices introduced into the Greek world and reaches the second half of the nineteenth century, passing through statues of Daedalus, heron theaters from Alexandria, mechanical planetariums, and the gifts of Caliph Harun Rashid to Charlemagne, Toury, Descartes, machines that repeat functions The main bio, the machines that write, draw and play.
Among the objectives of the intervention is to stimulate attention to the history of science and technical knowledge, which is implicitly transmitted from generation to generation in workshops, workshops and arsenals, which made it possible to create extraordinary works between art and science.
Next date for science history meetings for Tales from the pastThe teacher will be the protagonist Floriana CeresatoPh.D. in Medieval Romance Philology and Lecturer in Higher Education Institute “Umberto Masotto”, from Thursday May 12 From 10.50 to 12.50 he will talk about “philology, that is unknown: the science of the word”.
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