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  1. Scuola IMT, Lucca, Italy

    • Guido Caldarelli
  2. Institute of Complex Systems, CNR, Rome, Italy

    • Guido Caldarelli
  3. ECLT, Venice, Italy

    • Guido Caldarelli
  4. Global Climate Forum, Berlin, Germany

    • Sarah Wolf
  5. Institute for Biocomputation and Physics of Complex Systems, University of Zaragoza, Zaragoza, Spain

    • Yamir Moreno
  6. ISI Foundation, Turin, Italy

    • Yamir Moreno

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