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Federico Pistono

Sep 27, 2018

Federico Pistono

is an entrepreneur, angel investor, researcher, author, science educator and public speaker. He holds a BSc in Computer Sciencefrom the University of Verona, and he’s a graduate of Singularity University, NASA Ames Research Park.

He is Head of Blockchain at Hyperloop Transportation Technologies, the first supersonic travel on land in history; and Futurist and Technology Expert in the program “Codice: la vita è digitale” (Code: life is digital), which airs on Rai1, the major national TV channel in Italy.

Federico has more than 15 years of professional experience in a variety of different fields: Computer Science, Wireless Technology, System Administration, Web Development, Product Management, UX design, Human Machine Interaction, Education, Science Communication, Video Editing and Production, Screenwriting, and Directing.

At 31 years old, Federico became the youngest member of Italian Angels for Growth, the largest and most prestigious Angel Investors group in Italy. He has co-founded four startups—two in Italy and two in the US—in the fields of e-learning, media production and distribution, wireless communication technology, and has consulted on technology and innovation for governments and Fortune 500 companies across the world, including Lufthansa and Google.

He’s author of three books: “Robots Will Steal Your Job, But That’s OK: How to Survive the Economic Collapse and be Happy“, which became an international success, published in English, Spanish, German, Italian, Portuguese, Korean, and Chinese; the sci-fi novel “A Tale of Two Futures“; and “Startup Zero.0“, a book on innovation written in Italian.

His work has been cited and utilized by major economic institutions, universities, and think tanks, such as The Economist Intelligence Unit, the Italian Government, Google EU Public Policy and the European Commission.

Read more here: https://fede.online

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