In view of the Festival of the Future, scheduled from 18 to 20 November in Verona and in streaming, we interviewed Enrico Sassoon, scientific director of the Festival and director of HBR Italia. What are the news of the next edition? A phygital event to discuss the challenges that await us with national and international speakers.
At the microphones of the Festival of the Future, the intervention of Danilo Taino, journalist and author of Corriere della Sera, to talk about the USA and China. How does the clash / confrontation between the two super powers continue? Economic warfare is also fought on the edge of technology. In the world, the dominance of Big Tech does not only speak American. And the TikTok question? Is the ByteDance social network the expression of Beijing's soft power over the West?
To the microphones of the Festival of the Future Raffaele Mauro, Partner Primo Space, to talk about the new space economy looking not only at the big names (from Elon Musk down), but also at the whole ecosystem that continues to develop in Italy. Mauro will be among the guests of the event "The new frontier of the Space Economy" on November 18th at the Festival del Futuro.
The new episode of the podcast of the Festival of the Future with Alberto Mattiello, business futurist, to talk about technologies and innovations that could revolutionize the lives of consumers and citizens. From autonomous driving (understood not only as mobility, but also process automation) to podcast, a form of communication that companies are also experimenting with.
Telmo Pievani, professor of philosophy of biological sciences at the University of Padua, intervenes at the Festival del Futuro. Author of the book "Journey to Anthropocene Italy - the visionary geography of our future" (written with Mauro Varotto and published by Aboca), he talked about climate change, the impact of human activities on ecosystems. It is not too late to change course and make the necessary transitions. And the University must also do its part.
The future of tourism also passes through web contents that make cities known thanks to a new language. Interview with Andrea Lorenzon, pencil and mind of the Cartoni Morti YouTube channel. In the last year he has published satirical video tours of various Italian cities.