Conceived in the midst of a lockdown, this project has already emerged as a compass for so many young people who, once out of university, may find it difficult to find their way around. A brand that shines with a straightforward, poignant style
In the second round of “WOW – Women on Wednesday”, PHYD compares the visions of Cathy La Torre, Marianna Poletti and Virginia Stagni on the future of work.
Human-machine collaboration is a central challenge of digitisation, especially in the labour market. Just how are we interacting with technologies today and what are the rules for a fruitful coexistence?
With their Women’s Empowerment Manifesto, The European House-Ambrosetti recommends a set of guidelines that companies should follow to improve women’s participation in the economy.
Post-pandemic labour market challenges will depend on investments in digital skills to boost Italy’s competitiveness
Academic qualifications and hard skills will no longer be enough says the World Economic Forum. Companies require problem-solving skills, an eye for detail and a capacity for continuous learning, even without that piece of paper’
Journalist Riccardo Luna tells us about his vision for the future of employment
The world-renowned German futurist Gerd Leonhard tells us what impact technology will have on the labour market in the next 20 to 30 years.
Jerry Kaplan, an expert in artificial intelligence, one of the pioneers of Silicon Valley, discusses artificial intelligence and the future that awaits us, with a positive glance.
The International Labour Organisation (ILO) has devoted the tenth edition of its international Academy to the world of social enterprises. Conversation with Roberto Di Meglio, Senior Specialist at the ILO.
Driverless, electric and pooled: the cars of the future will be very different from how we know them today. Not only less polluting, but also safer and geared at entertainment. Above all, they will give work to many more people than today: so be prepared to see the trend explode in the coming years
In thirty years we will work 1% of our time. The scenario seems mathematically precise, but the forecast is judged to be unreliable. Here is the analysis of the OECD economist Garnero
Our country should stop selling cars with diesel or petrol engines by 2035 and switch to electric cars. New skills, new professional profiles and more research will be needed
“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.