Yesterday, Tim Cook gave a speech to the students
of the Bocconi university of Milan, and motivating the kids to change the world. Later then, he met with Renzi for a casual lunch.
Everything took place from Cracco, a restaurant that is located in the city centre, in front of the Duomo. He also participated in Luca Maestri, chief of the financial operations of Apple.
On this very occasion, Renzi has presented the project “Human Technopole. Italy 2040”, an ambitious challenge to which the government is ready to put a billion and a half euro, to be realized where there are still the pavilions of the Expo, which will be dismantled within a few months.
Renzi has stated that the Expo has restored the pride: “we are Not just a set indistinct, but much more than that. It demonstrates the triumph of the Expo.”
The area, which hosted the Expo, will be transformed into an area with a strong scientific and cultural value, “an area in which to accommodate the many places that give the spark of resumption”. In this new project of the government, which will be allocated 150 million a year for 10 years, will transform the area Rho-Pero in a kind of Italian Silicon Valley.
Italy 40 will be a great center, at the global level, which addresses the theme of genomics, big data, nutrition, food and sustainability. Renzi has also quantified in 1600, the number of researchers that may be involved in the project. The aim is to create a centre that brings together different disciplines from the power supply to the robotics to the study of the genomes of the cancer, where in the centre there is the man.
The meeting with Tim Cook was very important for Renzi, as always, it is shown a real Apple fan, sporting a variety of devices including iPhone, iPad, MacBook and so on. Often it is inspired by Steve Jobs, studying his way of speaking and influence people with the dialectic. At the stazione Leopolda, a year ago, the background of the event was represented from the garage of Steve Jobs as a symbol of innovation and ideas that can arise from nothing but then become serious and important, like your ambitions.