Roberto Poli is professor on social foresight and philosophy of science at Trento University. He has been awarded the first UNESCO Chair in Anticipatory Systems. He is also editor-in-chief of Axiomathes, editor of the series Categories, and Anticipation Science.
This third morning seminar of the summer school focused on the Theory of Anticipation, a new branch of Futures Studies that aims to provide theoretical foundations for translating forecasts and foresight into action in the present. It explores the question if there is a common ground where futures studies and other disciplines meet and work together.
Find the slides in from this presentation here.