I am an Innovation Manager with more than 10 years of experience in e-government projects and digital transformation of critical industries at the national and EU level (parliamentary bodies, public finance, procurement, strategic infrastructures, utilities), and 20 years of experience in ICT engineering and management.
The project aimed at filling in the gap between web-oriented, G2C services (such as the Se.C.O.Li platform) and the Ministry’s private infrastructure for consular assistance (SIFC).
Nobody, I am sure, can be so absent-minded as to believe that there is no urgency to plan the aftermath, to trace the road back to (some form of) business as usual, for when we will be able to get a glimspe of light at the end of the tunnel. A road which will be quite a steep one, and which will put the weakest among us at the risk of not making it.
Originality, as a legal requirement, is present in many branches of EU Member States’ civil law. At first sight, Blockchain technologies, Artificial Intelligence and Big data, due to their technical aspects, seem to be incompatible with the originality requirement as it has been developed in the EU Member States’ laws. As a result, the procedural admissibility of evidence produced and developed through these technologies has been questioned. Some Member States have taken legislative initiatives to overcome such issues. The panel intends to assess, through the expertise of panellists from different backgrounds, whether such incompatibility is concretizable and if so, which the legal requirements should be taken into account by policymakers to ensure that the evidence produced with these technologies could be admissible in court. Amongst others, the panel will consider the following questions:
Eutopian is an independent, inclusive and open observatory on democratic innovation, both as innovation within a democratic context and as innovation of democracy, recognizing that the two aspects are inseparable from each other, and are fundamental for a digital society model in which humans retain their centrality; and on the digital revolution in its various aspects: technological, scientific, economic, legal, social, cultural, political.
eNEIDE – eNotification and ESPD Integration for Developing Eprocurement (action no. 2018-IT-IA-0170) is a national project funded by the European Commission through the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) programme, in which AgID participates as coordinator of a consortium of institutions and private partners consisting of the National Anti-Corruption Authority (ANAC), Intercent-ER Regional Agency for the Development of Telematic Markets (INTERCENT-ER), Tuscany Region (RT), Regional Company for Innovation and Purchasing (ARIA SpA ) and LUISS Guido Carli University (LUISS).
On September 16th, 2019, members of the project met in Palermo with the representatives of the Sicilia Digitale (the IT company of the Region of Sicily) and AGID (Agency for Digital Italy) to share experience and best practices in the roll-out of eInvoicing.
SCALES “Supply Chain Architecture Leading to Enhanced Services” (Action No: 2018-IT-IA-0053) is a project funded by the European Commission through the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) programme. AgID coordinates a group of Italian institutions and private partner (Politecnico di Milano, UNINFO, InfoCert and DAFNE), which has been awarded funding for the project under the CEF Telecom Call - eInvoicing (CEF-TC-2018-2).
Gian Luca Comandini, born in 1990, degree in economics, in 2013 was already amongst the first in Italy to invest in two little-explored (at the time) trends: the blockchain and the social media. This made him one of the youngest innovation leaders, allowing him to co-found the trade association Assobit and the consulting and development company Blockchain Core.
RERUM COGNOSCERE CAUSAS, knowing the causes of things, has been the motto of the London School of Economics and Political Science since 1922. Here, following the best tradition of Anglo-Saxon rationalism, great care is taken to distinguish between causal links and mere statistical correlations. In other words, if during summer both the GDP and the energy consumption for cooling happen to increase, we cannot simply conclude that it is air conditioners which boost the economy!
Food for thought. Preserving the value of Made in Italy in the digital era. Interview with Simona Riccio
Simona Riccio mixes a deep expertise in the agri-food industry (she has a penchant for organic farming) with well-rounded skills as a social media manager and the commitment of an innovation evangelist. She lives and works in Turin.
For quite a long time (almost a day) on July 3, 2019, it seemed that the world had fallen back to a pre-visual age.
Emilia Garito, a computer scientist and an enterpreneur, is the organizer of the TEDxRoma, the leading TEDx conference in Italy, as well as being one of the top-tier Italian experts in open innovation, artificial intelligence and complex systems modelling.
Andrea Lisi is a well-renowned Italian lawyer who specializes in ICT law. In addition to the Lisi Law Firm, he coordinates the Digital & Law Department and D&L NET organizations; on top of this, he is the Secretary-General of ANORC (National Association for Operators and Managers of Digital Preservation, a nonprofit organization founded in 2007) and the President of ANORC Professioni and as well as being the creator of the DIG.Eat, a large convention that is held every year in Italy.