Achille Castiglioni by Patricia Urquiola. An exhibition about design. And about life
The retrospective celebrating the centenary of the birth of Achille Castiglioni at the Triennale (by Patricia Urquiola and Federica Sala) is a hymn not so much to design but to life. Which is more beautiful if lived with intelligence, lightness and curiosity. This is why the real protagonists of the show are not objects...
October 19, 2018
Design Orchestra: Lorenzo Palmeri between music and design
It is not easy to talk about the work of Lorenzo Palmeri - architect, designer, musician, author and teacher. The man who got a phone call from Lou Reed who said "I'm in love with your guitar". An exhibition in Luxembourg now tries to illustrate Palmeri's multi-disciplinary approach.
October 15, 2018
«Why technology needs ethics». In conversation with Luciano Floridi
«The more full of tech the world is, the more it craves for ethics. Because what matters is not figuring out whether or not we must be afraid of robots, but how to manage digital society in a coordinated manner». A conversation with philosopher Luciano Floridi, director of the Digital Ethics Lab at the...
October 10, 2018
Evgeny Morozov: «Big Data should be common good. And here is why»
«We think Big Techs want our clicks because they want to flock us with ads. But what they are after is the huge amount of data that is necessary to build AI services». Self-driving cars, systems to manage energy consumption, testing devices to defeat illnesses... According to activist Evgeny Morozov data is like oil:...