Category: Future

The future is in Extended Reality

A future awaits us in which the way we relate to technology will radically change, and since technology is a formidable process enabler, this radical change will profoundly affect our daily life, changing the way we relate to the world and the way we will work.

At the center of this change there is a paradigm that is not necessarily new, that of Extended Reality, which has not yet found its full and complete realization in the consumer world for purely technological and market reasons, but we know that technology evolves rapidly and new markets are often triggered thanks to the availability of new opportunities offered by technology itself.

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Open Data are not enough

Open Data is increasingly talked about as a central element for guiding innovation and transparency in Public Administration.

It’s very true: Open Data is a formidable tool for allowing citizens to access public information in a new way and through apps and software platforms created by third parties. They are an exceptional tool, certainly necessary for achieving such a goal but, unfortunately, not sufficient.

Open Data are not enough, and that has to be accepted

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The future awaiting us

What can we expect in terms of technology in the next few years, giving ourselves 2030 as the horizon?

The Future of Jobs report from the World Economic Forum contains an interesting and slightly disturbing figure: 65% of children currently in primary schools will enter completely new jobs, jobs that do not yet exist. On second thought this is not so strange; in fact, if we try to look back ten years, many jobs that we consider normal today did not exist at all. In the sphere of technology alone, we can cite the app developer, the social media manager, the seller of advertising on social networks, and the certified pilot of drones and multi-rotors, to name just a few.

In all likelihood, we ourselves have had to change our professionalism and increase our skills to cope with the technological and social changes that have occurred in recent years. Moreover, those who work in the field of technology and innovation must be as prepared as possible not only to take care of their professionalism but also to help their customers face their positioning in a rapidly transforming market in the best possible way, from both the technological point of view and from that of the new business models that will appear.

So let us see what we can expect in terms of technology in the next few years, giving ourselves 2030 as the horizon.

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