Series of meetings on Italy of tomorrow in Brussels

(AGI) Brussels, Mar 10 - All eyes are on "Italy tomorrow"through a series of meetings in Brussels at the ItalianCultural Institute, supported by Nova - Il Sole 24 Ore: whatdoes the future hold, and what are Italians doing to translateit into reality? The first meeting on Mar. 4 featured DinoPedreschi, a teacher and researcher from Pisa, on the greatissue of big data. Mr Pedreschi looked at this historic,cultural and economic opportunity from the angle of humanrights and universal access to knowledge. On Mar. 18 it will bethe turn of Gianni Gaggiani,

(AGI) Brussels, Mar 10 - All eyes are on "Italy tomorrow"through a series of meetings in Brussels at the ItalianCultural Institute, supported by Nova - Il Sole 24 Ore: whatdoes the future hold, and what are Italians doing to translateit into reality? The first meeting on Mar. 4 featured DinoPedreschi, a teacher and researcher from Pisa, on the greatissue of big data. Mr Pedreschi looked at this historic,cultural and economic opportunity from the angle of humanrights and universal access to knowledge. On Mar. 18 it will bethe turn of Gianni Gaggiani, whose startup, Grow the Planet,sells online a kit to create a vegetable garden at home,nurturing quality and awareness. Then on Apr. 1 comes StefanoMicelli, economist and author of "Futuro artigianoL'innovazione nelle mani degli italiani" (Future craftsman;innovation in the hands of the Italians), in which he paints acomplex picture of a country where know-how remains anessential ingredient of quality and innovation. The lastmeeting, on April 15, will feature Marco De Rossi, creator ofOilproject, Italy's biggest online school, with nearly twomillion people studying 5,300 videos, texts and exercises eachyear free of charge. (AGI). .