An Italian-designed robot has passed a non-verbal version of the Turing test. Researchers at IIT-Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (Italian Institute of Technology) in Genova’s iCub robot passed the test, which required the robot to respond to stimuli when controlled by a human and when being run by its AI programme. The research group, coordinated b...

Genoa, a port city on Italy’s northwest coast, has many great points of interest but is often overlooked by tourists heading to beach resort towns along the Italian Riviera. Genoa’s port area has been renovated and has one of Europe’s top aquariums. Its medieval center, full of winding streets to wander, is a pleasure to explore. Several of the cit...

Positioned between the sea and the mountains, Genoa welcomes the visitor with colorful buildings overlooking the port. With its narrow streets that open into monumental squares, the museums, UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and many other fun things to do, this city is Italy at its best. So if you ask us is Genoa worth visiting, we’re confident that it...

How can FIU inspire its students to broaden their perspectives by experiencing the world outside Miami – say, in Italy? Recent graduate Amelia Raudales '22 and student Michelle Puentes have ideas. The two were recently awarded a weeklong trip to Genoa, Italy, by FIU Global to experience the city’s rich culture and history; meet with local universit...

From Milan to Rome, passing through Genoa, there will be over 300 American students who this year will follow our doctors in the ward. Doctors in Italy, the first 100% Italian program that allows foreign students of healthcare faculties to discover the new frontier of made in Italy, medicine, is currently collaborating with three hospitals: the Mul...

Piccola Industria of Confindustria Liguria, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (IIT) and Miami Scientific Italian Community signed a collaboration agreement in Genoa to export Made in Italy technologies and to mutually support the investment and development on their territories of new companies, especially those with a high rate of technological innov...

The “GP Days” (Giorgio Parodi Days”), which gathered in Genoa from almost everywhere tourists, bikers and air enthusiasts, were part of a long motorcycle-aeronautical weekend: a “three days” happening, full of events, which kicked off on Friday 13 May in the Carignano district, next to the monument dedicated to the Genoese brave aviator and brillia...

Only last week, our Prime Minister Mario Draghi, during his intervention at the Verso Sud forum, held in Sorrento to discuss the role of our Southern regions in the future development of Italy, emphasized the importance of the Mediterranean in our economy, and how we should return to focus on it as we used to do throughout our history. Needless to...

One of the best ways to visit Italy is definitely on a cruise. There are many stops that the entire peninsula offers to those who decide to visit Italy on a cruise. A few steps from the sea are some of the most important Italian beauties and attractions. There are many cities you can visit on a cruise, but here are the best 5 stops to visit absolut...

Genoa’s historic center - Ancient Italian Marine Republic and today Capital of Liguria - is the seat of splendid artistic and architectural treasures. Splendid artistic and architectural treasures. The Site includes the Strade Nuove (“New Roads”), where stand the magnificent “Palazzi dei Rolli,” a series of noble abodes in the Renaissance and Baroq...