Morning Future attended Linkiesta Festival 2021 as Media Partner to take part in the talks by Luigi Marattin, Chiara Gribaudo, Roberto Benaglia and Andrea Malacrida on employment prospects linked to the National Recovery and Resilience Plan.
Technology is in the midst of transforming our economic system, introducing new currencies, new markets, new services. A truly momentous disruption that is impossible to ignore. However, fully realizing its potential requires the promotion of sound financial training, something that is currently lacking in Italy.
At the onset of the pandemic, it was widely believed that the sharing economy would collapse for good. However, this proved to be wrong: the ecological dimension of car sharing, car pooling, fashion sharing and other similar practices is driving these markets
While the GOL programme budget stands at nearly €5 billion, the regional programmes will nevertheless prove decisive. There is a pressing need to create new public-private partnerships, even involving private agencies and universities
The European Green Deal is setting the stage for a post-pandemic recovery plan, with the blue economy at the heart of its investments. A growing number of the younger generation in Italy are opting for ‘blue degrees’ to bolster their employment opportunities.
Apps, simulators, blockchain and artificial intelligence. Vocational training goes digital. The future in this sector, however, is still to be written, explains Franco Amicucci, author of ‘Apprendere nell’infosfera’ (Learning in the Infosphere)
: If engaging in creative activities can reduce anxiety, stress and mood disorders, then these same activities can become a great way to reduce welfare costs while improving our quality of life. This is what cultural welfare is all about.
A 17th century practice updated to the present day. A new frontier for large companies, who are scaling back the number of desks while encouraging employees to return to the office. However, there is a risk of affecting the quality of relationships and the creative process.
Enhancing biodiversity, renewable energy and new environmental technologies. And let’s not forget sustainable development, circular economy and the fight against marine litter. The under-35s are now the soldiers of the Green Deal
Readership in Italy increased by 3% during the pandemic, partially driven by digital media, yet this was not enough to decree the end of a decade-long publishing crisis. Publisher Joshua Volpara shares with PHYD what is changing in this sector and how we should imagine its future.
A deal was reached after years of debate: multinational companies will have to pay a global minimum tax of 15%. This decision was taken by the finance ministers of the G7 in June 2021 and confirmed at the G20 in July.
“Psychology and the Good Life”, taught by Laurie Santos at Yale, has become the most popular course in the history of the prestigious American university. Yet there is no shortage of examples in Italy as well
Software developers, engineers and computer scientists will be leading the first phase of creating a virtual reality for avatars. But eventually a detailed world will have to be created, and this will only be possible with architects, designers, mathematicians and many other professional profiles.