Research and Innovation Forum 2021 Managing Continuity, Innovation, and Change in the Post-Covid World: Technology, Politics and Society

This book features research presented and discussed during the Research and Innovation Forum (Rii Forum) 2021. The Covid-19 pandemic and its social, political, and economic implications had confirmed that a more thorough debate on these issues and topics was needed. For this reason, the Rii Forum 20...

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Other Authors: Visvizi, Anna (Editor), Troisi, Orlando (Editor), Saeedi, Kawther (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Cham Springer International Publishing 2021, 2021
Edition:1st ed. 2021
Series:Springer Proceedings in Complexity
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505 0 |a A Double Blockchain-based Consumption Model Using a Gamification Social Environment -- Architecture Based on Machine Learning Techniques and Data Mining for Prediction of Indicators in the Diagnosis and Intervention of Autistic Spectrum Disorder -- Facing Covid-19 Emergency in Higher Education Teaching and Learning: A Transformative Framework for Faculty Development -- Monitoring Massive Open Online Courses in the Time of Covid-19 -- Intelligent Information Technology Innovation Management in Higher Education -- How to Cultivate Personal Learning and Professional Growth in a Disrupting Time Among Reactions, Resistances and Collective Transformations -- Impact of the Covid-19 Pandemic on Education – a Case from a Military Academy -- ICT Extra-curricular Activities: The “Digital Girls” Case Study for the Development of Human Capital -- Digitalization of Material Culture Resources and Its Impact on The Participation of Poles In "Cyberculture" During Covid-19 Pandemic --  
505 0 |a ICT for Social Value Co-creation During the Covid-19 Emergency: The Case of MascherinAmica -- Application of Machine Learning to Infer Symptoms and Risk Factors of Covid-19 -- How Does Behavioral Intention to Use Digital Technology Affect Citizens’ Mental Health During the COVID-19? -- The Role of Blockchain Technology During Covid-19 in Health Sector -- Technology Influences on Employee Engagement During COVID-19 -- An Ethereum Based-Chain for Diagnosis and Control "Covid-19" -- Data-driven Decisions for a Smarter and Resilient Healthcare Service Ecosystem -- A Mobile Application with Geolocation and Virtual Rewards for Promoting the Social Skills in People with Social Disorders -- Recognition of Hygiene Activities by Means of Multimodal Sensors -- Improvement of a Sign Language Learning Reinforcement Tool by Using Phonological Proximity -- Determining the Benefits and Drawbacks of Agile (Scrum) and DevOps in Addressing the Development Challenges of Cloud Applications --  
505 0 |a The Challenges Educators Face in Virtually Creating High Quality LMX With Students and Colleagues -- On Techniques to Detect Concept Maps Pedagogical Similarity -- New Shades on the Smart City Paradigm During the COVID-19: A Multiple Case Study Analysis of Italian Local Governments -- Resilient Urban Open Spaces in the Age of the Pandemic -- Minimum Areas of Confinement: Towards a Post-pandemic Urbanism -- Containing the Spread of Covid-19 Through Spatial Planning: The Case of Warsaw -- The Implementation of the Use of Technologies and Big Data in Local Authorities at the Time of Covid -19 -- AI and Fuzzy Cognitive Map for Supporting Urban Decision-making During the Pandemic -- Exploring the Differentiating Characteristics Between the Smart City and the Smart Society Models. 
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