From providing support in terms of patient management to preventing the spread of infection among doctors during the pandemic, to managing the heaviest and most dangerous jobs on construction sites, what is the secret behind these successful achievements? The integration between human labour and robotics.
A wise use of the data and algorithms available nowadays offers the opportunity to implement systemic changes, while measuring and restricting the environmental and social impacts of economic activities and reducing waste and negative external factors.
How have workplaces changed over time and how has the pandemic made these changes permanent? What skills are required to design the workspaces of the future? All this is revealed to us by designer director Mattia Gambardella.
The professor of cross-media communication and project management at Milan State University explains that a change of cultural and physical pace is needed. Because there is still no connectivity in many parts of Italy
It is one of the fastest sectors to adapt to the new conditions: from contract logistics to Big Data Analytics and solutions based on mechanisms of the sharing economy. That’s how the industry will change in the wake of the pandemic
According to a study presented by Ernst & Young, Italy’s data economy could generate revenues equivalent to around 2.8% of the country’s GDP, about 50 billion euro. But during the pandemic, weaker companies have lost even more ground
Founded by Sara Turetta in 2002, Save the Dogs and Other Animals is one of the world’s most admired animal welfare organisations in the non-profit sector
In his book Narrative Economics: How Stories Go Viral and Drive Major Economic Events , the economist and Nobel laureate Robert Shiller reveals the close connection between stories, individual behaviours and the economy
The company that developed Italy’s contact-tracing App to combat the coronavirus was named the country’s best workplace this year. Behind the App is a young, agile team and the company is still hiring (despite the emergency)
The pandemic has thrown the world’s airlines into crisis, and state funding will only go part of the way to stemming its losses. Coronavirus has exacerbated the pre-existing challenges the industry was facing and the decline in business travel will not help recovery
Law professor Cass R. Sunstein explains: present bias is the tendency to be satisfied with a small reward today rather than waiting for a greater reward in the future, for example by investing in ourselves and our education
An interview with the teacher from Trieste, winner of the Italian Teacher Prize in 2017, who has revamped a green space adjoining his school to hold lessons outdoors and let pupils learn by doing’
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.