Gianluca Riccio, copywriter and journalist - Born in 1975, he is the creative director of an advertising agency, he is affiliated with the Italian Institute for the Future, World Future Society and H +, Network of Italian Transhumanists.
More and more companies are changing their workplace policies. The Canva and Atlassian cases show that the world business map will be turned upside down.
In SquarEat's vision, people will continue to eat regular amounts of food in the future, regularly, but in the form of a cube.
A small legendary place (how many of you knew of its existence?) Finally opens to the public. Eiffel's “secret” office can now be visited.
I often wonder how, in the future, we will look back and think about the present. What changes will allow us to say "before it was worse"?
Doggerland, the "heart of Europe" swept away by a tsunami 8200 years ago is reborn in a Dutch exhibition.
A new archaeological discovery from the Roman era distorts the dating of the birth of the lagoon city.
An incredible string of discoveries and evidence on climate change originated well before the invention of the automobile. All ignored. Guilty.
A nearly 50-year-old MIT prediction about the collapse of our society proves terribly spot on, even at a current review.