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Digital innovation - the Jury

Alessia Cruciani

Alessia Cruciani was born in Rome 50 years ago. Even before studying literature, she began working as a journalist. After working in the sports department of Il Messaggero, she worked for the Italian news and press agency Ansa from 1997 to 2003. In 2003 she moved to Milan to work as a reporter for Gazzetta dello Sport as F1GP and MotoGP correspondent and then for the weekly SportWeek.
Since 2019 she has been working for the daily Corriere della Sera in the “Innovation” editorial team. She is married with one child and is also an author of children's books.

corriere.it

Jacopo Pertile

He graduated cum laude from the Bocconi University and is an Alumno of Singularity University. He is a digital entrepreneur in factory economies. Jacopo Pertile is the co-founder of AzzurroDigitale - a development company of software solutions for factories - and AWMS, Italy’s leading platform for personnel management in the production and logistics facilities of the Zucchetti Group.
Furthermore, he is the founder of TEDxCortina - a non-profit organization that wants to spread value ideas - and an equity partner of the OneDay group.

tedxcortina.org

Claudio Lucchese

Claudio Lucchese is a full professor in the Department of Environmental Sciences, Computer Science and Statistics (DAIS) at the Ca' Foscari University of Venice. His main research interests are Explainable AI, Data Mining, Information Retrieval and Large-Scale Data Processing.
He published over 100 articles in international journals and conferences. In 2015 he won the Best Paper Award at the ACM SIGIR Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval. He participated in European and national projects or coordinated activities. Since 2021, he has been the coordinator of the Bachelor’s degree in Hospitality Innovation and e-Tourism.

unive.it