Health, safety and innovation: Expo 2020 Dubai, the first global event after the pandemic, will not only be an important digital and face-to-face platform for facilities on these topics in dozens of pavilions, but also a place for sharing and comparing best practices and projects for the future between over 190 participating nations.
Italy has been engaged in recent years in an important digital transition process and at the upcoming Universal Exposition, will showcase a research model for life sciences and provide new solutions for health and safety as part of a scientific diplomacy operation that focuses on innovation, from artificial intelligence, involving Italian companies, universities and research centres. The stars of this operation discussed it in the fifth Videoforum created by Italy’s Commissioner's Office at Expo 2020 in Dubai in collaboration with ANSA.
- In studio: Paolo Glisenti, Italy's Commissioner General for Expo 2020 Dubai; Paola Pisano, Minister of Technological Innovation
- Participating on-line: Silvio Brusaferro, President of the Higher Institute of Health; Ernesto Damiani, President of the National Interuniversity Consortium for Information Technology (CINI); Enzo Grossi, Senior Advisor of Bracco Group and Scientific Advisor of the Alisei Cluster
- Contributions: Elazar Cohen, Israel’s Commissioner General for Expo Dubai; Arif Sultan Al Hammadi, President at Khalifa University; Iain Mattaj, Director of Human Technopole; Giuseppe Pirlo, Vice Rector of the University of Bari; Alessia Lorenzi and Francesca Biglia, Programma Italy Pavilion’s Peer Mentoring Programme; Edwin Colella, Chief Marketing Officer Octo Telematics
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