Lessons of June 12th

Our exploration of the relationship between the world of work and emerging technologies continues, this afternoon and in the early morning of tomorrow.
Friday 12 June
Safety in the workplace, risk of unknown technology
Lecturer: Alessandro Veltri, lawyer of the Rome bar, Phd in Labor Law. Member of the Italian Association of Labor Law and Social Security (AIDLASS), he actively collaborates with numerous legal journals, as well as being one of the coordinators of the Collective Bargaining Observatory of the Journal of Labor, and is the author of numerous articles and essays on the subject of labor law and social security. He is the author of the monograph “The guarantors of safety in the workplace”, Giappichelli Editore.
Human machine interface and monitoring technologies
Lecturer: Corrado Giustozzi, computer scientist, Since 2010 he is one of the twenty experts who design the strategies of the European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA), and since 2016 he has been in charge of developing the structure of the Italian government that takes care of the cybersecurity of the Public Administration (CERT-PA)
Saturday 13 June
How technology can change active labor policies and the role of the trade union
Lecturer: Chiara Mancini, Filt Cgil Studies and Research Office, former Junior Research Fellow at ADAPT and Coordinator of the Idea Diffusa platform – Progetto Lavoro 4.0