Articles by Piero P. Giorgi

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The Traits That Make Us Human
Piero P. Giorgi, Ph.D. - TRANSCEND Media Service, 16 Oct 2023

11 Oct 2023 – The article touched many aspects of the relationship between artificial intelligence and creativity except those that characterise Homo Sapiens, that is “the traits that make us human”, so well stated in the title but so badly ignored in the text. Lack of academic rigour?

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Will My Grandchildren Be Saved by Politicians or by Active Citizens?
Piero P. Giorgi, PhD – TRANSCEND Media Service, 15 Aug 2022

9 Aug 2022 – For many years I have been wondering how the human species could soon become extinct, following the increase of man-against-man social violence and war (probably nuclear war) maintained by governments and their politicians.

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What Is Wrong with the United States of America?
Piero P. Giorgi - TRANSCEND Media Service, 13 Jun 2022

A lot of talking is currently going on about what happened (many mistakes) on May 24th in that small Texan town, while one should, instead, fly higher and try to understand the primary cause: how violence grew such strong roots in the USA. I will try to introduce here new aspects of this little discussed problem.

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Is the UN Able to Promote Peace in 2022?
Piero P. Giorgi, Ph.D. – TRANSCEND Media Service   , 25 Apr 2022

21 Apr 2022 – Exceptional events require exceptional remedies. It would be an appropriate decision if the Secretary-General would exceptionally apply a temporary removal of the Russian Federation as a member of the UN; it is an institution that promotes peace and their member states should demonstrate to be coherent with such an aim.

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Trump and the Western Press
Prof. Piero P. Giorgi – TRANSCEND Media Service, 1 Feb 2021

While writing on January 27, the day elected in 2005 by the UN General Assembly as the Holocaust Remembrance Day, I will draw a comparison. Historical comparisons are normally weak concerning details, but they are often meaningful about moral conclusions.

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The Lessons We Learned from the Tiny Coronavirus SARS-Cov-2
Prof. Piero P. Giorgi - TRANSCEND Media Service, 18 May 2020

During the Second World War the population spent hours in air raid shelters; some people prayed, others complained, some played the harmonica. And everyone thought: we will do it, and after this great fear everything will return as before. And so it did. That was bad, very bad.

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