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Date:
29 Sep 2016

Friday 30th September at 21:30

Auditorium of the National Science and Technology Museum

A genuine court case for 3D printers and the tech world: “The Accused: 3D Printers. New toys or a revolution?”: This is the event that will take place Friday 30th September at 21:30 at the National Science and Technology Museum during “MEETmeTONIGHT – Face to Face with Research”, the Milan and Lombardy edition of the European Night of Researchers https://goo.gl/8d8y4g.

Franco Toffoletto, Managing Partner of Toffoletto De Luca Tamajo e Soci, will be the judge presiding over the pro and con debate of new technologies, in order to establish whether those already in existence are in fact a real revolution, as well as if and when the world of work will change. It will be the audience, though, that will issue a verdict after having heard the influential witnesses of the defence and prosecution.

Conceived by the National Museum of Science and Technology Leonardo Da Vinci, the event is organised in conjunction with the Giannino Bassetti Foundation and will see Stefano Micelli of the University of Venezia Ca’ Foscari representating the defence with witnesses Letizia Chiappini of the University degli Studi di Milan-Bicocca and Giovanni Lanzone of the Italian Foundation of the Beautiful Country, while the prosecution will be represented by Francesco Cancellato of Linkiesta.it, with witnesses Andrea Cattabriga of Slow/d and Rete Mak-ER and Giulio Ceppi of Total Tool of Milano Politecnico.