He serves as Senior Research Fellow at Nexa Center for Internet & Society and at the Future Urban Legacy Lab (FULL) at the same university, and he is member of the UNINFO Technical Commission on Software Engineering, (the Italian mirror of ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 7).
Background and current activities Antonio is specialized in empirical methodologies for software engineering, with a focus on software and data quality improvement. He also conducts interdisciplinary studies on the relationship between digital technologies and society. Relying on both approaches, he is currently studying how to detect and mitigate potential discriminations deriving from biases in the data and in the algorithms of automated decision systems. He teaches in three different master courses at Politecnico di Torino: "Digital technologies and society", "Data Ethics and Data Protection", and "Software Engineering 2".
Antonio has also volunteered in several development cooperation projects in Bosnia i Herzegovina, Kenya, India and as well in local communities in Italy.
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Antonio is member of the Software Engineering Committee at UNINFO (delegated at ISO for standardisation in information technologies).