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Innovative Ideas for the Cultural Heritage

A new course on "Innovative Ideas for the Cultural Heritage" within the SACHER Project

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The SACHER project (http://www.eng.sacherproject.com/home) offers a course devoted to the generation of new ideas within the cultural heritage domain. The course (in Italian) will provide theoretical and methodological notions at the basis of the science of creative thinking, in order to generate innovative ideas to be applied to cultural heritage. The course is organized by Giovanni Emanuele Corazza and by the Marconi Institute for Creativity research group and it is open to experts in cultural heritage as well as to citizens interested in the science of creative thinking and in its application to the cultural heritage.

More information on the course at this link

 

How To Become More Creative and Why it Matters - by Giovanni Emanuele Corazza


How to become creative and why it matters

An article by Giovanni Emanuele Corazza, co-authored by Paula Reinman, published on the Marconi Society Blog

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Whether you’re a business leader searching for talent, a job seeker looking for your next gig or a parent committed to educating your child for success, you’re in the midst of a new industrial revolution. It’s a world where information is a commodity – we have nearly all the known facts (and a lot of speculation) at our fingertips, anytime, anywhere. While this information is not necessarily knowledge, advances in machine learning and artificial intelligence are already integrating location, context and content to turn it into a much more intelligent experience than we’ve ever had before. In a society where success and human value have long been based on possessing knowledge and expertise, we find ourselves in new territory where these qualities will no longer be sharp differentiators.

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