Your SlideShare is downloading. ×
Laurea di specializzazione dea antropologia e culture
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Thanks for flagging this SlideShare!

Oops! An error has occurred.

×
Saving this for later? Get the SlideShare app to save on your phone or tablet. Read anywhere, anytime – even offline.
Text the download link to your phone
Standard text messaging rates apply

Laurea di specializzazione dea antropologia e culture

135
views

Published on


0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
135
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
1
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

Report content
Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. Interculturalità Tecnologia / / Culturainteroperabilità Evoluzione Tecnologia / biologica / mentalità Evoluzione artificiale
  • 2. Interculturalità /interoperabilità
  • 3. Interculturalità Tecnologia / / Culturainteroperabilità
  • 4. Interculturalità Tecnologia / / Culturainteroperabilità Tecnologia / mentalità
  • 5. Interculturalità Tecnologia / / Culturainteroperabilità Tecnologia / mentalità
  • 6. Interculturalità Tecnologia / / Culturainteroperabilità Evoluzione biologica / Tecnologia / Evoluzione mentalità artificiale
  • 7. Interculturalità /interoperabilità Evoluzione biologica / Evoluzione artificiale
  • 8. UnescoIntangible Heritage
  • 9. UnescoIntangible Heritage
  • 10. UnescoIntangible HeritageWhen we insisted on tackling the topic of professionaltraining in industrial heritage at the TICCIH XIIICongress in Terni last September, we meant our talkto be a bit provocative. But it was not, as it soundsafter the reactions we got, as professional heritagetraining in the academic world is now an acceptedfact.We may hear about conflicts between ‘classical’teaching and field training, about evaluation methodswhen it becomes clear that a good industrialheritage professional may not be an outstanding essaywriter, of the difficult dialoguebetween architectural training and heritagepreservation. But all of this is a matter of internaldiscussion. We teach industrial heritage as regularuniversity courses, we give lectures togive a hint about industrial heritage to studentsfollowing other curricula, we are involved incontinuing education courses given to urban planners,county or town administrativeofficers, tour guides. To put it in a nutshell, we do ourjob.The question that remains is if and how our teaching isadapted to the labour market, and whether the youngpeople we train are efficient in the field of industrialheritage preservation, management, understandingand appreciation.In other words, is our work useful?
  • 11. UnescoIntangible HeritageThe International Committee For TheConservation Of The Industrial HeritageThe world organisation for industrialheritage, promoting preservation,conservation, investigation,documentation, research andinterpretation of our industrial heritage.This wide field includes the materialremains of industry - industrial sites,buildings and architecture, plant,machinery and equipment - as well ashousing, industrial settlements, industriallandscapes, products and processes, anddocumentation of the industrial society.Members of TICCIH come from all overthe world and include historians,conservators, museum curators,researchers, students, teachers, heritageprofessionals and anyone with an interestin the development of industry andindustrial society.
  • 12. The Internet factor
  • 13. Exponential progress of computing technologies
  • 14. Moore’s Law
  • 15. information and entropy
  • 16. Kurzweil Technologies
  • 17. I have a dreamdreamed by the digital revolution prophet
  • 18. OLPC One Laptop Per Child
  • 19. OLPC One Laptop Per Child
  • 20. Kofi Hannan in Ghana to promote OLPC One Laptop Per Child
  • 21. OLPC One Laptop Per Child in Iran
  • 22. OLPC One Laptop Per Child in Mali
  • 23. OLPC One Laptop Per Child
  • 24. OLPC One Laptop Per Child
  • 25. OLPC One Laptop Per Child
  • 26. OLPC One Laptop Per Child in Mongolia
  • 27. OLPC One Laptop Per Child in a greenhouse
  • 28. OLPC One Laptop Per Child
  • 29. OLPC One Laptop Per Child
  • 30. OLPC One Laptop Per Child
  • 31. OLPC One Laptop Per Child
  • 32. OLPC One Laptop Per Child
  • 33. OLPC One Laptop Per Child
  • 34. OLPC next generation
  • 35. Kurzweil
  • 36. singularity
  • 37. singularity
  • 38. singularity
  • 39. singularity?
  • 40. singularity
  • 41. singularity
  • 42. singularity
  • 43. singularity
  • 44. singularity
  • 45. singularity
  • 46. singularity

×