September 2017

The Labour Ministerial Meeting closes the G7 Innovation Week
discussion focused on future employment policies with the aim of improving the cooperation between the G7 countries and strengthening the G7 leadership role in this area.
The Ministerial Meeting on Labour starts today
The key message that will guide the discussion will be "placing people and work at the centre of innovation”.
The Ministerial Meeting on Science has ended
The Ministers addressed several topics during the working sessions, in particular the training of researchers, the funding of research and the implementation of synergies to create global research infrastructures.
Key topics of the G7 Science to be held on September 27-28
the Ministers will address possible cooperation regarding the training of the human capital, particularly of the researchers, who should be able to leverage the opportunities of the Fourth Industrial Revolution
The ICT-Industry Ministerial Meeting has come to an end
Ministers addressed many topics, in particular the competitiveness of small and medium-sized businesses in the Next Production Revolution; digital infrastructures and artificial intelligence; cybersecurity for business and intellectual property rights
The key topics of the Industry and ICT Ministerial Meeting
The agenda of the meeting includes the transformation enabled by digital technologies, advanced robotics and data-driven production processes.
Ambassador Raffaele Trombetta previews the themes of the G7 Innovation Week
The Government's Sherpa highlights the Italian Presidency’s commitment to maximize the benefits of technological and digital progress, and to reduce the social costs of ongoing transformations.
On September 25 Turin will host the first I-7 meeting
The I-7 Innovators’ Strategic Advisory Board on People-Centered Innovation is the engagement group launched last May at the G7 Summit in Taormina to provide guidance on emerging innovation issues.