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20th Futures Conference - Turku (FN)

12–13 June 2019

CONSTRUCTING SOCIAL FUTURES – SUSTAINABILITY, RESPONSIBILITY AND POWER

The Futures Conference 2019 had focus on the concept of agency in action and research for futures. ‘Constructing Futures’ emphasizes opportunities and challenges related to the need for building and critically evaluating capabilities necessary for sustainable futures.

THE SECOND SESSION: CITIZEN SCIENCE, POWER, RESPONSIBILITY AND FORESIGHT
“Three Horizons” for community anticipation of flood risks Rocco Scolozzi & Roberto Poli

https://futuresconference2019.wordpress.com/presentations/session-ii/

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Global Forum for Humanity #GFAIH

28 - 29 - 30 October 2019 Paris

This is a global event on the #IA, promoted by France and Canada, by invitation.

Prof. Roberto Poli, UNESCO Chair on Anticipatory Systems had partecipated in the "Human-Machine Co-Creation, Co-Learning and Co-Adaptation" workshop.

The forum has been closed by a speech by the President Emmanuel Macron.

 

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GUANGZHOU - November 2018

From 4th to 11st November I held some lectures on Anticipation at Guǎngzhōu University.

The interest in future studies has been remarkable and I think I will very soon repeat the experience in other Chinese cities. Like the megatrends suggest: "the post-Western world has already begun".

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Pensare sostenibile 18 giugno ore 18.30 Roma

Presentazione del Libro

“Pensare Sostenibile. Una bella impresa” - di Barbara Santoro

18 giugno 2018 ore 18.30

Palazzo Guglielmi

Piazza dei Ss. Apostoli 73, Roma

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