17th July photogallery and 18th July events

A culture of legality and the use of technology in tackling organized crime were the main subjects on which National Anti-mafia Prosecutor Franco Roberti focused during his meeting with Dream Team’s young members on Monday 17th July. Accompanied by Chief Prosecutor of Salerno Corrado Lembo, Roberti was very willing to answer  young dreamers’ questions, adding fuel to the debate on the importance of using innovation in the fight against mafias. The meeting was followed by the event dedicated to the project “A scuola di Startup” (“Startup Experience School”), in which fifty young boys and girls from upper and lower secondary schools throughout Italy presented their startup projects, supported by Davide Neve, Dream Team’s Project Manager and CEO of auLab, Lisa Di Sevo, dPixel Associate and Startup Expert and Antonino Muro, Co-founder & Account Manager of Giffoni Innovation Hub. Fifteen projects on innovation -including apps, websites and event organizations- entirely designed by young people aged 16-20.

Here’s a photographic recap of Monday 17th July

Programme for Tuesday 18th July

The Round Table “Educate the Artificial Intelligence”, which will focus on the modes of implementing artificial intelligence in education, will start at 11 am. It will be attended by Stefano Mancuso, Head of axélero Next, Stefano Marioni, CEO of eXtrapola, Orazio Miglino,Full Professor of General Psychology at the Faculty of Letters and Philosophy of the University of Naples “Federico II”, Alfonso Molina, Co-creator and Scientific Director of Fondazione Mondo Digitale and Professor of Technology Strategy at the University of Edinburgh, Andrea Starace, Professor of Technology at “Scuola Picentia” lower secondary school, Roberto Tagliaferri, Full Professor at the Science Business – Management & Innovation Systems Department/DISA-MIS of the University of Salerno and Pasquale Sessa, President of Young Entrepreneurs of Confindustria Salerno.


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