New interesting discussions on the Marconi Society Blog
The Internet’s Next Frontier: Getting Better at Getting Better Together: a discussion on the People Centered Internet, founded by Mei Lin Fung and Vint Cerf
How the Wireless Revolution will Make a Better World: Marty Cooper’s thoughts on the three areas where wireless will change the equation drastically
Starving in the Land of Plenty: The True Story of Consumer Bandwidth: John Cioffi’s thoughts on why we struggle for bandwidth in a world overrun with it and how the industry will change.
Why We Have to do Better: The Case for Tech for Good: Hao Zou’s work to use technology to improve lives in healthcare and financial services
The Internet’s Wild Ride: From Trust to Cyber Security Threats: how the internet has changed since Len Kleinrock connected two computers together and his new network design
Kreyon Conference 2017
Rome, September 6 – September 8
The Kreyon Conference 2017 will be held in Rome from September 6th to September 8th. The aim of the conference is to gather scientists from many different disciplines (physics, mathematics, computer science, biology, social sciences, arts, etc.) to address fundamental questions about how people express their creativity and innovate both at the individual and collective levels.
Deadline for the call for papers is June 20th: Call for abstracts
Plese visit the conference website for more information on the event
A new course on “Innovative Ideas for Cultural Heritage” within the SACHER Project
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 creative and why it matters
An article by Giovanni Emanuele Corazza, co-authored by Paula Reinman, published on the Marconi Society Blog
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.
COR.COM intervista il Prof. Giovanni Emanuele Corazza a proposito del recente “Manifesto for timely deployment of 5G in Europe” e delle tematiche collegate al prossimo futuro dei sistemi radiomobili.
Giovanni Emanuele Corazza, interviewed by the magazine Cor.Com (Corriere delle Comunicazioni), explains the contents of the newly released “5G Manifesto for timely deployment of 5G in Europe”, as well as the future of 5G in Europe.
Please follow this link for the full interview (in Italian):
Il MIC è lieto di informare che Bologna è tra i territori destinatari dei 750mila euro che il Ministero dell’Istruzione ha impegnato per la realizzazione dei nuovi laboratori territoriali per l’occupabilità.
Sito di Opificio Golinelli.
Il 10 giugno 2016, il Prof. Giovanni Emanuele Corazza ha tenuto una memoria accademica dal titolo “La scienza della creatività: dote per gli umani nella società postumana?”, presso Accademia Galileiana di Scienze Lettere ed Arti di Padova.
Link al sito dell’Accademia Galileiana
The submission deadline for MIC Conference 2016 is approaching!
You still have 3 more days to complete the abstract submission deadline in due time. Final date for abstract submission is June 22, 2016.
It is important in the management of your contribution that your abstract is prepared using our standard template. You can directly download the template via our website by going on the 2nd MIC Conference 2016 web-page: http://www.mic-conference.org