Big Data for Good: how can it help philanthropy in shaping innovative policymakers

Technology can (and should) serve society. It did it in the past, as it shows a perfect example of sustainable industrial innovation in the XX century like Olivetti's experience in Ivrea (recently recognized by UNESCO as a protected world heritage site), and it can do it now, in the midst of digital revolution.

Also Big Data is part of the game. Thursday 17 October at OGR in Turin, ISI Foundation Research Leader Michele Tizzoni, ISI Researchers Rossano Schifanella (Università degli Studi di Torino), Michael Szell (ITU Copenhagen) and Stefaan Verhulst (The Governance Lab, New York University, US) will explore this topic in «Big data: How can it help philanthropy in shaping innovative policymakers».

Scheduled at 11.30, the panel is part of the final day of the Funders' Forum on Sustainable Cities Annual Conference 2019 in Turin.

“Big data: How can it help philanthropy in shaping innovative policymakers”, a panel with Michele Tizzoni, Rossano Schifanella, Michael Szell, Stefaan Verhulst. 17th October 2019, 11.30, Funders' Forum on Sustainable Cities Annual Conference 2019, OGR (Turin, Italy). Link