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  • Milano
  • 6 May 2024
     
     

    The mobility of the future: economic and infrastructure challenges

    La mobilità, responsabile per il 25% delle emissioni a livello europeo, è uno dei settori su cui si incentra la transizione ecologica. La sua rilevanza nella vita quotidiana dei cittadini, così come l’impatto di un tasso di innovazione tecnologica molto elevato pongono sfide particolarmente urgenti.

  • Rome
  • 14 November 2023
     
     

    Growth in Europe: the role of banks

    Given the uncertainty of the scenario, banks are being reaffirmed as drivers of growth, although they cannot replace national and international institutions. Finance must serve as a support for businesses and families, notwithstanding the limitations of the European banking system, especially compared with the Chinese and American giants.

  • Bresso
  • 23 October 2023
     
     

    Future by Quality. The value of data analytics and artificial intelligence in the healthcare sector

    Discussion at this event focused on the prospects, potential, state of the art and challenges associated with the extensive use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the healthcare sector. The growing amount of data available to the medical sector, along with the emergence of new AI systems, is making it possible to mine those data for elements capable of improving healthcare as well as accelerating research and development in the sector itself.

  • Venice
  • 7 October 2023
     
     

    Focus on Industry: notes on Industry 5.0

    The seminar focused on three dimensions where Artificial Intelligence (AI) is seen as having a significant impact on industry. The first of these was regulation. An element that emerged very clearly was the impossibility of treating the matter exclusively at local level and the concomitant need for a broad-based international level regulatory framework.

  • Venice
  • 7 October 2023
     
     

    The future of capitalism

    Democracy is beginning to falter – not least, and above all because, it is so inefficient. A democracy that cannot decide cannot satisfy one of its own basic prerequisites. Western political systems have been in crisis for years, and are now having to face competition from autocracies.

  • Venice
  • 7 October 2023
     
     

    The future of energy

    The Italian energy system managed to weather the perfect storm of 2022 generated by the spike in gas prices following the Ukraine war and the simultaneous reduction in hydroelectricity production caused by drought. That was made possible by replacing Russian gas with supplies from other sources.

  • Venice
  • 7 October 2023
     
     

    Silver Society 2.0

    Progress in the field of medicine and improvements in the quality of life are making for longer life-expectancies; according to UN estimates, by the end of 2050, over-65ers will have surpassed under-25ers in number. This concerns Europe in particular and especially Italy, but also involves other countries such as China, which at the start of 2023 saw its birthrate drop for the first time since the 1960s and where the median age by 2050 will be 51 (higher than Italy’s is now). 

  • Crocetta del Montello
  • 22 May 2023
     
     

    Challenges for businesses in Italy’s northeast

    The importance of the Italian northeast to the nation’s overall economy is immediately evident from a glance at a map of nighttime illumination, which reveals a clear duality between this most luminous, and consequently most productive, portion of the country and the rest.