“Digital Governance in Italy”: IFAB at the presentation of the research on policies for the management and development of digital innovation promoted by Pandora Magazine

Digital innovation and Artificial Intelligence are the themes around which an important in-depth event will unfold, promoted by Pandora Magazine, as a preview to the 2024 edition of the magazine’s Festival.

On Tuesday, June 4th in Bologna, starting at 5:00 PM at the Oratorio of San Filippo Neri (via Manzoni, 5), the research “Digital Governance in Italy” will be presented, with the contribution of four prominent guests: in addition to Giacomo Bottos, Director of Pandora Magazine and scientific coordinator of the “Dialogues of Pandora Magazine” Festival, there will also be Luciano Floridi, philosopher and President of the International Scientific Board of IFAB; Marisa Parmigiani, Director of the Unipolis Foundation and President of Sustainability Makers; Pierluigi Stefanini, President of the Monte di Bologna and Ravenna Foundation and President and Spokesperson of the Italian Alliance for Sustainable Development (ASviS); Francesco Ubertini, President of CINECA and President of IFAB – International Foundation Big Data and Artificial Intelligence for Human Development.

The presentation aims to delve into issues related to the management and development of digital technologies in our country, with a particular focus on the innovation of tools – such as Artificial Intelligence – capable of producing impacts and accelerations in science, research, and various economic and productive sectors.

During the event, there will also be a lecture by Luciano Floridi, entitled “Artificial Intelligence. Persuasion, consensus, and simulation”.

To participate, registration is required through the event’s dedicated webpage, where further information is available.

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