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
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You still have 3 more days to complete the abstract submission deadline in due time. Final date for abstract submission is June 22, 2016.
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Dr. Bradford Parkinson, a Stanford professor of Aeronautics and Astronautics, will receive the 2016 Marconi Prize, a pinnacle honor in the field of information and communication science.
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A scientific article by MIC on the Creativity Research Journal: ” Estimating Creativity with a Multiple-Measurement Approach Within Scientific and Artistic Domains”
The MIC Institute article shows the structure of a newly developed multifaceted test battery for the measurement of creativity within scientific and artistic domains. This battery was developed within the activities of the CREAM project.
By integrating existing procedures for the evaluation of creativity, the new battery promises to become a comprehensive assessment of creativity, encompassing both domain-general and domain-specific components. Some preliminary results from a vast administration campaign performed within the CREAM project are presented.
Click here to read the paper on Creativity Research Journal Vol.28, Issue 2, 2016
Sabato 7 maggio 2016 dalle ore 9:00 avrà luogo la Convention Aziendale di ALPITEL, azienda che da 50 anni opera nel settore delle Telecomunicazioni, presso Excelsior Palace Hotel, Sala “Simpson”, Rapallo (GE).
Il Prof. Giovanni Emanuele Corazza terrà un intervento da titolo “Creatività e innovazione in Alpitel”.
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