Touch, the future at hand, conducted by Chiara Severgnini and Lorenzo Luporini, is available from today 31 March in streaming on RaiPlay.
Touch, the future within reach of hand available from today March 31 streaming on RaiPlay. The programme, conducted by Chiara Severgnini and Lorenzo Luporini, is a surprising and unpredictable journey into the new territories of technology.
What will our future be like? With its journey into the territories of technology and new lifestyles, the new original of the Ra platform presents the changing world in a surprising and unpredictable way, an appointment to touch all that is and will be change.
The absolute novelty of Touch, created by Federico Taddia, is Aneta, a young Avatar who is entrusted with interviews with well-known characters, to find out what will become of us tomorrow. Each of the sixteen episodes, in its standard framework, is made up of a space dedicated to a main topic that changes every time (Gaming, artificial intelligence, food, mobility, art, fashion, music, sport…) and some fixed sections .
The narration of the changes always takes place from two points of view: the technological and the social one, to underline the inseparable relationship between the new tools and the impact on everyone’s relationships, habits and life. To emphasize these two souls of the program, the management includes two figures: Clare Severgnini (young Corriere journalist and social media manager, he defines himself on social media “Journalist, pro-European, feminist. I have many vices, some merits and a poster of Churchill…“) e Lorenzo Luporini a young “reader” of contemporary society, capable of interpreting changes, of asking the right questions, of interacting directly with the under 35s, putting the person at the center and not the technology. On social media Luporini is characterized by the phrase Lots of stories.
Protagonists of Touch also: Sophia Pasotto (climate science student, environmental activist and one of the most followed influencers on sustainability issues) defines herself on social media “Gattara, feminist and environmentalist: practically a witch“, Max Temporellia physicist by training, for over 25 years he has been involved in technological and scientific dissemination and has a marked ability to contaminate innovation-related issues with ethics, anthropology and sociology and defines himself as skilled at mixing “Society, science and technology. Contemporary savory minestrone“. Naomi Maraa young TV author with a rich curriculum of international training and social volunteering.