illimity talks

Let’s talk about

A new format to look beyond patterns and shape possible futures. With inspiring personalities from different fields of innovation.

Last Talk

What is it about

Two explorers discuss their pathways through life and how the world is today. Where does the desire to look beyond come from and how can one nourish it?

StartupItalia Open Summit 20
Live Streaming

december 14th 2020


Roberto Vittori

Astronaut and
general of the army

Corrado Passera

CEO illimity

3 good reasons for following the illimity Talks:


To better understand the world around us

Technology, innovation, entrepreneurship, sustainability, training. We want to create a physical and digital meeting space to discuss the issues that are transforming our current way of living so that we are prepared for the future.


Inspiring personalities of different fields

From Italy to Silicon Valley, by way of Oxford. We will hear the courageous stories of scientists, businessmen and opinion leaders who are changing the world with their ideas


To give shape to our potential

There are times when we must seek inspiration and look inside ourselves to release our potential. The illimity talks are a window into what's in store for us in the future, on the sliding doors that help us to create ideas and interpret the junctions of life with courage so that we can make our projects possible.

Previous Talks

26 September 2020

Let’s talk about (climate) change.

On 26 September, the fourth illimity talk at the Il Verde e il Blu Festival - three days of meetings and talk shows to foreground the best green, sustainable and digital solutions for the future of our planet.

26 May 2020

Let’s talk about human vs ai.

The new illimity talk from 26 May inside the Milano Digital Week, the cultural lab that combines social inclusion and sustainable innovation. Corrado Passera and Roberto Cingolani will explore the relationship between technology, philosophy and people, looking outside of the box to shape our own potential.

16 December 2019

Let’s talk about onlife

On 16 December the second illimity talk as part of StartupItalia Open Summit, the largest event in Italy for startups and innovation. Luciano Floridi and Corrado Passera have accompanied people to make them discover the complex connection between new technologies and being human.

21 November 2019

Let’s talk about potential

On 21 November the first illimity talk as part of IAB Forum, the most important event in Italy dedicated to the digital sector. A debate between two serial innovators: illimity's CEO Corrado Passera and the physicist and inventor Federico Faggin. A step-by-step confrontation, not always in chronological order, between two men gifted in restarting. And raising the stakes, always.


After graduating in Economics from Bocconi university, his professional career has always been driven by innovation, holding roles in Olivetti, Poste, Intesa Sanpaolo, the Italian cabinet and now illimity. Today, he is the CEO at the new paradigm bank.

Corrado Passera

CEO illimity

Entrepreneurship has been the way to develop myself and bring new ideas to the market

Federico Faggin

Physicist, inventor and entrepreneur

Innovation means asking yourself: what is the problem that is really close to my heart?

Luciano Floridi

Professor of Philosophy at Oxford

Robots have a single powerful brain to handle billions of different bodies in the same way. They are not aggressive, they don't fall in love and, in the end, they are all the same. By contrast, human beings are tied to biochemical changes: we get hungry, we suffer from fear and envy and we fall in love. Our brains are limited in capacity, but we are also unique, creative, unreliable, irrational, resentful and brilliant. We are human. 

Roberto Cingolani

Chief Technology & Innovation Officer at Leonardo

We need a plan: the choices we make today determine how we will live in the future. To combat climate change, we must change ourselves

Laurence Tubiana

CEO European Climate Foundation (ECF), Founder Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations (IDDRI)