Reply is the place to meet an incredible variety of enthusiastic, passionate, ideas-driven people, who want to make a difference and an impact.Would you like to know more?
Is space exploration the next big thing? Launching costs are declining, technology is making huge steps and, despite the pandemic, private and public sectors are now looking to space as the next frontier of business. Are you ready?
Humanity has advanced in many positive ways, but there are also areas with plenty of room for improvement, such as sustainability, or and what we can do to reduce the negative impact on our planet.
Just like almost everything in life, coding is on a journey. In fact, how code is written is evolving. More and more, it’s passing through ‘no-code’ or ‘low-code’ platforms on its journey towards AI-assisted development. Are you ready to learn more?
The days of watching two kids playing Street Fighter in the arcade have long gone. Today, we’re in the fast-growing, lucrative world of E-Sports.
Just as digital is changing everything, we’re also changing digital. Take ‘biotech’ for example (think genetics, neural networks, biohackers) – which applies natural processes to the digital world. You could argue that the lines between human and machine are blurring. Are you up for it?
New information is everywhere – we’re overwhelmed by it. so how do we make the most of it? we need to be selective about our sources, and save time by cherry-picking only the valuable ones. which is why tech events are now the best way to stay in touch with innovation and tech trends.
Say goodbye to 1S and 0S, leave Moore's law in its wake, and ride the investment trend: welcome to the biggest of the next-big-things.
In this multitasking era, many tech companies are investing money in new ways to grab your attention while you’re doing something else. And your ears have a big role to play.
It’s strange. We now live in an era where you can work from anywhere in the world, and stay connected with your team. Yet, at the same time, office design has become ever more important.
It’s hard to say. Smart machines and robots are becoming increasingly common in the workforce, but humans won’t be side-lined any time soon. As they say, know your enemy.
Things aren’t made like they used to be. In a world where everything is personalised and customisable, the digital transformation is reshaping design, prototyping and production. Are you in?
What is innovation? How does a new tech trend start? Can you predict the future by looking at the present? With a new year beginning, it’s the perfect time to discover the future together.
How many tabs do you have open on your browser? How many different pages do you see on the web in a single day?Each of them usually has at least one advert.
It can be virtual, immersive, augmented, mixed, but is it going to be a reality? This time the Reply R20 journey is dedicated to one of the hottest trend around, Virtual Reality, with the tons of new devices and applications developed and ready to face the consumer market.The time is now, follow us.
There's no place like home in the world, they say, and the digital revolution is affecting even the simple daily life under the roof.From interior design to the energy bill passing through the green behaviors, follow us in this Reply’s R20 issue dedicated to the technology that is filling your house.
Millennials and the Generation Z are no longer going to find their jobs in a traditional way. They’re living a different world. Today. And by living it, they’re shaping their future work places.Join us in this R20 edition of the future of hiring.
Reply's R20 is the monthly journey into a tech trending topic. In 20 links you can learn more the technologies that are shaping our future.Follow us, this time we're going deep in
Artificial Intelligences and personal assistants.
Drones, robots and machines are shaping our present and a fleet of flying, rolling and walking operators will disrupt the future.Are you scared or curious? Follow us in
this last R20 issue for 2015.
This time our 20-links story starts in a mysterious way in 2008, with a research paper written by Satoshi Nakamoto, a pseudonymous for an unknown person (or a group of) dedicated to a "purely peer-to-peer version of electronic cash", AKA the Bitcoins.
Do you remember this fancy not-so-old trend known as gamification, the art of apply game related techniques to the real world? One news for you: gamification is not dead, it’s still a trend and it’s spreading in a wide range of fields.Another one? 20 links to learn more in this R20.
Welcome everyone, hope you’re ready to be back in business!We’re here to help with our special selection of 20 links, this time dedicated to all the high-school and university students who are warming up to be back on books!
Sun is shining, sea is waiting and so it’s time to unplug the PC, pack your stuff and explore the world for a while!
Join this R20 session with our tech deep dive in 20 useful links to plan a digital journey somewhere in the physical world.Ready? Go!
Welcome back pioneers!Feelin’ ready to explore a new trending tech? We’re here to see how 3D printing machines and DIY culture is growing in a more mature movement, affecting pretty much every industry.Are you ready? Let’s go!
Do you know it? Millennials prefer to go to the dentist for a root canal then entering in a bank. That’s why Reply organizes the Student Bank Clash, an idea generation challenge for students from Bocconi and Politecnico di Milano universities at the annual Reply Xchange event on June 17th.So
let’s go deep in this field, banks are probably the industry most likely to be transformed by Millennials.