“The idea that happiness is only possible after work, in spite of work, risks being a death trap, especially for young people”, explains Paolo Iacci as he talks with Umberto Galimberti, looking to answer a question that is increasingly central to our lives: can we still give meaning to existence through our career path?
Unemployment rates remain high in our country, yet many companies struggle to find the professionals they need. Just what are the causes of this misalignment? What are the possible solutions? A viewpoint from Professor Hemerjick
In the digital age, the future of the written word intersects with algorithms, augmented reality and podcasts, transforming in step with the way we learn. There is therefore only one way to ensure the future of reading: safeguarding attention against information overload
Tapping into the potential of refugees is not easy in Italy. Official recognition of academic qualifications is one issue. However, efforts must also be made to ensure that the right skills are trained and companies have integration processes in place.
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)
The Canadian writer and entrepreneur takes us on a journey to discover multipotentialites, people who have many different interests, pursuits and talents. How can we recognise them? What are their strengths and biggest challenges?
A young, yet already very articulate discipline in which traditional customer experience incorporates the principles of neuroscience to identify and satisfy people’s ‘latent needs’. Mariano Diotto, member of the Italian Neuromarketing Association, explains: “Every communication agency will soon need to have an expert in these techniques”
Humanistic computing is still considered a ‘niche’ discipline, yet its breadth is pervasive. A prevailing misconception today when encouraging the acquisition of IT skills is that we only want to train technicians and programmers. Yet the real challenge lies in creating a new generation of versatile intellectuals
Xi Jinping’s government faces a major challenge in the coming years in reskilling its workforce, adapting it to the challenges of automation and digitalisation. Beijing spent 56% of its global investments on education in 2019
“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.