Publications

Peer-reviewed international and national articles

  • Datteri, E., Zecca, L. (2016), “The Game of Science: an experiment in synthetic robo-ethology with Primary School children“, IEEE-Robotics and Automation Magazine, 23:2, pp. 24-29.
  • Datteri, E., Laudisa, F., “Large-scale simulations of brain mechanisms: beyond the synthetic method“, Paradigmi, 23:3, pp. 23-46.
  • Datteri, E., Bozzi, G., Zecca, L. (2015), “Il ‘gioco dello scienziato’ per l’apprendimento delle competenze scientifiche nella scuola primaria”, Tecnologie Didattiche, 23:3.
  • Datteri, E., Laudisa, F. (2014), “Box-and-arrow models need not be more abstract than neuroscientific mechanism descriptions”, Frontiers in Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology, 5:464.
  • Datteri (2014), “La robotica al servizio delle neuroscienze: stato dell’arte e problemi aperti”, Mondo Digitale, 55.
  • Datteri, E., Zecca, L., Laudisa, F., Castiglioni, M. (2013), “Learning to explain: the role of educational robots in science education”, Themes in Science & Technology Education, 6:1, 29-38.
  • Datteri, E. (2013), “Predicting the Long-Term Effects of Human-Robot Interaction: A Reflection on Responsibility in Medical Robotics”, Science and Engineering Ethics, 19:1, 139-60.
  • Datteri, E., Laudisa, F. (2012), “Model testing, prediction and experimental protocols in neuroscience: a case study”, Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, 43:3, 602-610.
  • Datteri, E., Laudisa, F. (2010), “Simulazione e spiegazione: il ruolo delle leggi nei modelli neuroscientifici”, Sistemi Intelligenti, 22:1, 89-118.
  • Datteri, E., (2009), “Simulation experiments in bionics: a regulative methodological perspective“, Biology and Philosophy, 24:3, 301-324.
  • Trautteur, G., Datteri, E., Santoro, M. (2008), “Empirically testable models are needed for understanding visual prediction”, Behavioral and Brain Sciences, commentary on Nijhawan, R., “Visual Prediction: Psychophysics and neurophysiology of compensation for time delays”, 31:2, 217-218.
  • Salvini, P., Datteri, E., Laschi, C., Dario, P. (2008), “Scientific models and ethical issues in hybrid bionic systems research”, AI and Society, 22:3, 431-448.
  • Datteri, E., Tamburrini, G. (2007), “Biorobotic Experiments for the Discovery of Biological Mechanisms“, Philosophy of Science, 74:3, 409-430.
  • Datteri, E., Hosni, H., Tamburrini, G. (2005), “Machine Learning from Examples: A Non-Inductivist Analysis”, Logic and Philosophy of Science , E-Journal, University of Trieste, 3:1.
  • Tamburrini, G., Datteri, E. (2005), “Machine Experiments and Theoretical Modelling: from Cybernetic Methodology to Neuro-Robotics”, Minds and Machines , 15:3-4, 335-358.

Books

  • Datteri, E. (2012), Filosofia delle scienze cognitive. Spiegazione, previsione, simulazione. Carocci, Roma.
  • Laudisa, F., Datteri, E. (2011), La natura e i suoi modelli. Un’introduzione alla filosofia della scienza, Archetipo, Bologna.
  • Datteri, E., Che cos’è la scienza cognitiva? (forthcoming) Carocci, “Bussole”.

Book chapters

  • Datteri, E. (2016), “Biorobotics”, in L. Magnani T. Bertolotti (eds.), forthcoming on Springer Handbook of Model Based Science, Springer, Heildelberg/Berlin.
  • Datteri, E. (2015), “Intelligenza Artificiale e scienze della natura”, in P. Pecere (ed.), Il libro della natura. II. Scienze e filosofia da Einstein alle neuroscienze contemporanee, Carocci, Roma, pp. 265-300.
  • Datteri, E. (2014), “Biorobotics: A Methodological Primer”. In Amigoni, F., Schiaffonati, V. (eds), Methods and Experimental Techiques in Computer Engineering, Springer, 71-86.
  • Datteri, E., Tamburrini, G. (2013), “Robotic weapons and democratic decision-making”, in Hilgendorf, E., Günther, J. P., Robotik und Gesetzgebung, Nomos, 211-229.
  • Datteri, E., Tamburrini, G. (2009), “Robotica medica e società”, in XXI Secolo – Il corpo e la mente, Istituto della Enciclopedia Italiana Fondato da Giovanni Treccani, 339-348.
  • Datteri, E., Tamburrini, G., (2009) “Ethical reflections on health care robotics“, in R. Capurro and M. Nagenborg (eds.), Ethics and Robotics. Heidelberg: Akad.Verlagsgesellschaft, 35-48.
  • Datteri, E., Tamburrini, G. (2009), “Robotica, etica e conoscenza scientifica”, in Fuschetto, C., Greco P. (ed.), Robot. Scienza e coscienza delle macchine, CUEN, Napoli, 119-131.
  • Datteri, E. (2008), “Intelligenza Artificiale: Elaborazione simbolica e coordinazione senso-motoria”, in Rainone, A., Gensini, S. (eds), La mente. Tradizioni filosofiche, prospettive scientifiche, paradigmi contemporanei, Carocci, Roma, 237-254.
  • Datteri, E., Tamburrini, G. (2006), “Meccanismi di coordinazione sensomotoria e modelli computazionali”, in Cherubini, P., Giaretta, P., Marraffa, M., Paternoster, A. (eds), Cognizione e computazione. Problemi, metodi e prospettive delle spiegazioni computazionali nelle scienze cognitive, CLEUP, Padova, 77-96.
  • Datteri, E., Tamburrini, G. (2004), “Bio-robotica e spiegazione del comportamento adattativo non intenzionale”, in Jervolino, D., Pititto, R. (eds), Semiotiche. Linguaggi – Fenomenologia – Ricerche cognitive, 3, 173-190.

Invited articles in Italian journals

  • Datteri, E. (2013), “I ‘Veicoli pensanti’ nell’immaginario della robotica contemporanea”, Sistemi Intelligenti 3:25, 617-635.
  • Datteri, E. (2010), “Danni senza anomalie: questioni di responsabilità nella robotica medica”, Informatica e Diritto 1, 59-80.
  • Datteri, E. (2007), “Integrazione uomo-macchina: modelli neuroscientifici e problemi di controllabilità”, Annuario di Etica, 4, 73-86.
  • Fabris, A., Bartolommei, S., Datteri, E. (2007), “Which Ethics for Robotics?/Quale Etica per la Robotica?”, Teoria, 3:2, 7-17.

Proceedings

  • Datteri, E., Zecca, L. (2015), “Il ‘gioco dello scienziato’: un robot per imparare a spiegare”, Mondo Digitale, 58.
  • Datteri E., Zecca L., Laudisa F., Castiglioni M. (2012), “Explaining robotic behaviors: a case study in science education”, third International Workshop Teaching Robotics Teaching with Robotics: Integrating Robotics in School Curriculum, Riva del Garda, April 20 2012.
  • Datteri, E. (2011), “Prediction and experimental protocols in neuroscience: a case study”, in L&PS – Logic and Philosophy of Science, 9:1, 373-379.
  • Datteri, E. (2010), “Bionic simulation of biological systems: a methodological analysis”, in D’Agostino, M., Giorello, G., Laudisa, F., Pievani, T., Sinigaglia, C., Proceedings of SILFS. New Essays in Logic and Philosophy of Science, October 8-10 2007, College Publications, London, 711-723.
  • Datteri, E. (2010), “Simulazioni, spiegazioni e generalizzazioni nelle scienze cognitive”, Sistemi Intelligenti (Atti del Sesto Convegno dell’Associazione Italiana di Scienze Cognitive, AISC 09), 22:3, 459-466.
  • Tamburrini, G., Datteri, E. (2008), “Computation and the explanation of intelligent behaviours: ethologically motivated restart”, in Andretta, A., Kearnes, K., Zambella, D., Logic Colloquium 2004, Lecture Notes in Logic, Cambridge University Press, 168-186.
  • Datteri, E., Tamburrini, G. (2006), “Bio-robotic experiments and scientific method”, in Magnani, L., Dossena, R. (eds), Computing, Philosophy and Cognition, College Publications, London, 397-410.
  • Datteri, E., Hosni, H., Tamburrini, G. (2006), “An inductionless and default-based analysis of machine learning procedures”, in Magnani, L. (ed.), Model Based Reasoning in Science and Engineering, College Publications, 379-399.
  • Tamburrini, G., Datteri, E., (2005), “Computation and the explanation of intelligent behaviours: ethologically motivated restart”, abstract on Bulletin of Symbolic Logic, 11:2, 254-255.
  • Datteri, E., Asuni, G., Teti, G., Laschi, C., Dario, P., Guglielmelli, E. (2004), “Experimental Analysis of the Conditions of Applicability of a Robot Sensorimotor Coordination Scheme based on Expected Perception“, in Proceedings of IROS 2004, 2004 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems, Sendai, Japan, September 28 – October 2 2004, Vol. 2, 1311 – 1316.
  • Datteri, E., Teti, G., Laschi, C., Tamburrini, G., Dario, P., Guglielmelli, E. (2003), “Expected perception in robots: a biologically driven perception-action scheme“, in Proceedings of ICAR 2003, 11th International Conference on Advanced Robotics, Vol. 3, 1405-1410.
  • Datteri, E., Teti, G., Laschi, C., Tamburrini, G., Dario, P., Guglielmelli, E. (2003), “Expected perception: an anticipation-based perception-action scheme in robots“, in Proceedings of IROS 2003, 2003 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems , Las Vegas, Nevada, Vol. 1, 934- 939.
  • Laschi, C., Teti, G., Tamburrini, G., Datteri, E., Dario, P. (2001), “Adaptable semi-autonomy in personal robots“, in Proceedings of the 10th IEEE International Workshop on Robot and Human Interactive Communication, 18-21 Sept. 2001 , Bordeaux-Paris, 152-157.

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