SMaILE at the Bookstock of the Turin International Book Fair

Friday 20 May 2022

At the Turin Book Fair, in the Bookstock programming, SMAILE proposes 4 laboratories to discover Artificial Intelligence.

We wait for you from 10:45 am


SMaILE in schools

For the entire month of May, SMAILE visited numerous classes of the Comprehensive Foscolo Falletti Barolo Institute and the Tommaseo Comprehensive Institute of Turin, with the training and workshops of the EmpAI project led by the University of Turin.
In these lessons the students experimented with Artificial Intelligence, programming an educational robot capable of avoiding obstacles, following paths and executing voice commands.


SMaILE at the Politecnico di Torino

"The mathematics of interacting networks and systems: epidemics, fake news and Artificial Intelligence".

In May 2022, at the "GL Lagrange" Department of Mathematical Sciences of the Politecnico di Torino, 25 high school students participated in 10 lessons for a PCTO course (paths for transversal skills and orientation) with Luca Damonte and Martina Vanelli.

The course includes references to case studies used by DISMA for the SMAILE research project.


SMaILE on the kids' news

In the episode of TG dei ragazzi on Sunday 16 January, we talk about Artificial Intelligence!

The protagonist of the episode is the SMaILE project!

(from minute 6:43)

Dalla mente computazionale alla mente incarnata

Thursday 28 October h. 17:45

Seminar - DISMA - Politecnico di Torino + Zoom

Using visual perception as a case study, ALFREDO PATERNOSTER, Full Professor of Philosophy and Language Theory at the University of Bergamo,  will guide us through the world of cognitive science.

(link Zoom in the flyer)



Tuesday 5th October 09.30 am

EMPOWERING AI COMPETENCES IN CHILDREN: a training program based on simple playful activities.

MONICA BUCCIARELLI is Full Professor of General Psychology at the Psychology Department of the University of Turin and is President of the Center for Logic, Language and Cognition at the same university. She deals with representations and mental processes at the basis of learning and reasoning; with reference to the latter, her most recent research activity has concerned the ability of children and adults to formulate informal algorithms.  



Thursday 7 October 4:30 pm

EMPAI: Artificial Intelligence learned in a natural way.

MATTEO BALDONI, associate professor of the Computer Science department of the University of Turin and member of the board of the Italian association for Artificial Intelligence and CRISTINA BAROGLIO, associate professor of Computer Science at the University of Turin, participate with #Smaile at #DidaMatica in the section "Educational technologies and their evolution in the AI ​​era" presenting the development and activities of the project:


Survey SMaILE Game

Target: 11 - 19 years


Discover your profile in the world of Artificial Intelligence with SMaILE!

SMaILE starring at the Giffoni 50Plus festival!

The Giffoni Impact Masterclassers have shown great interest in Smaile's projects for the dissemination of Artificial Intelligence in favor of Gen Z.


"Bring young people closer to the issues of sustainability and new technologies, in particular the potential of artificial intelligence, through play."

Article - Il Sole 24 Ore


Giffoni 50Plus

Impact Masterclass

July 26, 2021 - 12: 00-13: 00



SMAILE participates in the 50plus edition of the renowned Giffoni children's festival with a Masterclass, to present the research project and explore the universe of Artificial Intelligence together with the Giffoners.  



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Workshop at Convitto Umberto I

"Thank you to all the students from 𝐂𝐎𝐍𝐕𝐈𝐓𝐓𝐎 𝐍𝐀𝐙𝐈𝐎𝐍𝐀𝐋𝐄 𝐔𝐌𝐁𝐄𝐑𝐓𝐎 𝐈 who took part in the first focus group of the SMaILE project. It was really a stimulating experience!"


Breaking Science

"Artificial Intelligence and gamification"


Video interview with Elisabetta Curzel - YouTube - Compagnia di San Paolo


"A lesson in artificial intelligence in 10 Turin schools. To learn the principles of new technologies by playing"

Interview - LinkedIn - Corriere Torino