We will host a fireside chat with Ariel Poler, serial entrepreneur, mentor, and investor, followed by a networking aperitif. Ariel is the founder of Human Augmentation Syndicate, a company devoted to enhancing human capabilities in the next decade, and an investor who took part in some of the most interesting VC rounds in the Silicon Valley.
Illia is the co-founder of NEAR.ai, where he is teaching machines how to code, former Engineering Manager at Google, one of the authors of a paper which first described the Transformer model implemented in tensor2tensor, “Attention is all you need” (Vaswani et al. 2017), and has worked on neural network architectures and NLP. Join us in hearing from Illia how this will impact the future of software development.
We are hosting a meeting with a delegation of Israeli investors and entrepreneurs guided by Adi Rosenfeld, with the goal to establish a proficuous and long-lasting relationship between the Israeli and the Italian innovation ecosystem
Join us to discuss what happens when starting up a company in a market disrupted by the digital revolution and the new challenges for venture capitalists and business angels. Our guests are Carlo Gualandri, one of the men who most contributed to building up the Italian Internet market, and Roberto Bonanzinga, Investment Partner at InReach Ventures, the first AI-powered investment firm to be fully focused on the early stage European sector.
From autonomous cars to drone delivery, Artificial Intelligence has already worked its way into the fabric of our daily lives. Many experts believe AI is poised to transform the mobility industry – creating an entirely new ecosystem for how we move through the world. But how will an AI-driven transportation revolution change some of our most beloved cities and the lives of its inhabitants?
Join us at Pi School as our panel of experts discuss how we can embrace the positive changes AI promises while safeguarding the individual culture and heritage of cities like Rome.
Next week Pi Campus will take part in the Rome Startup Week, an amazing festival of events to federate local, national and international startup ecosystems operators and stakeholders around the themes of innovative entrepreneurship and investment in startups. Pi Campus is one of the main sponsors of the initiative and we will take part in the following events:
On March, 26th, we will host a special dinner with Roma Tre University’s Rector, Luca Pietromarchi, Jerusalem Venture Partners Cyber Labs co-founder Nimrod Kozlovski, and friends investors to discuss how to support the developing of a new kind of connection between the universities and the startup ecosystem.
The event is invitation only.
We discovered that by mixing talents we get an irrational value. So, every year we honor π inviting top coders from our network to a coding competition that takes place during a party with creatives, engineers, and startups. Join us on March, 14th and let’s have fun together!
We have been thrilled to celebrate the opening of our sixth Pi Campus villa with you. It is home to our new school, which aims to promote the two elements that we strongly believe the future belongs to: machine intelligence and human creativity. Review opening talks and photos of the event
We discussed problems to tackle and best practices to follow when a business starts growing, and how to manage deals with investors and buyers with Jobrapido founder and former CEO Vito Lomele. During the event, Roma Tre University Professor Paolo Merialdo presented the AI project to extract data from the Archivium Secretum Vaticanum, the secret archives of the Popes.
We discussed genomics, artificial intelligence, and future space citizenship during a networking evening with Riccardo Sabatini, Luca La Mesa, Hady Ghassabian, Singularity University Alumni and SingularityU Rome community. View the talks.
Our founder Marco Trombetti did a keynote speach at the European Creativity Festival, organized by the Art Directors Club of Europe (ADCE) for its XXV anniversary.
Pi Campus supported the 2016 Italian edition of Tech Tour, an event that showcased Italy’s fast-growing entrepreneurial hub bringing together in Turin and Rome 100 and more international investors, venture capitalists and corporates actively seeking to invest in hi-tech Italian SMEs.
Join us on September, 29th to watch the Italian Premiere of Design Disruptors, a documentary on the transformative power of design produced by InVision, and discuss the upcoming tech scene and the role of Italy.
Join us to welcome SingularityU Rome, the local chapter of Singularity University. We are organizing an event with a few SU alumni and friends who will introduce us to the world of the exponential growth in technology, science, and education.
Join us for a mingling and networking evening with startup founders, investors, successful entrepreneurs, and alumni from the world’s top universities.
Our host will be Matteo Fago, founder of Venere.com, serial entrepreneur, and startup investor.
New villa inauguration: Welcome to Pi 5. The event will be a meeting with founders of the top startups, entrepreneurs, and investors from the Roman ecosystem.
At Pi Campus, we are always interested in the link between technology and the arts. That’s why we are excited to host Lorenzo Thione on Thursday, July 16th: startup entrepreneur, theater producer, and community leader with a passion for combining technology and the arts.
On May 20th Pi Campus will welcome David Orban, futurist and tech entrepreneur, CEO dotsub, teacher, and advisor at Singularity University. We will host an event that will be an opportunity to discuss innovation and the future.
Bringing arts and quality into technology is one of our aims at Pi Campus. This is why we like to create networking events where art is the focal point.
On Friday we will welcome the jazz band Times New Romans to Pi Campus. It will also be an opportunity to admire the paintings of the hyperrealist artist Stefano Altieri, who will offer us an “inside” look at his creative process.
EU Commission Vice President Andrus Ansip Meeting Italian Startup Ecosystem Stakeholders at Pi Campus
Yesterday Mr. Andrus Ansip, European Commission VP for the Digital Single Market, visited Pi Campus and met our startups. He talked with Pi Campus co-founder Marco Trombetti and saw the pitches of OrientDB, Wanderio, and MateCat.
We also had the pleasure to welcome a few of the most important Italian startup ecosystem stakeholders: Alberto Onetti (Mind The Bridge), Luigi Capello (LUISS ENLABS), Stefano Pighini (Lventure Group), Lucy Lombardi (Telecom Italia), Gianluca Dettori (dPixel), Roberto Magnifico (InnovAction Lab), and Riccardo Luna (Italian Digital Champion).
European startup ecosystem stakeholders and investors visited Pi Campus along with Nicola Zingaretti, president of the Lazio Region, during a networking tour organized by Lazio Innova.
During his trip to Italy, current Y Combinator CEO Michael Seibel, co-founder and CEO of Justin.tv (sold to Amazon), and CEO of Socialcam (sold to Autodesk in 2012), spent some time with us at Pi Campus and we organized a networking event with the founders of our startups.
Pi Networking with Franco Petrucci (Decisyon), Andrea Febbraio (Ebuzzing/Teads), and Edoardo Raimondi (Solo)
On July 11th we will host an event for networking and sharing knowledge. It will be an informal chat with:
- Franco Petrucci, Decisyon founder & CTO, who raised $ 44.1M in the US with his startup based in Latina (Rome, Italy);
- Andrea Febbraio, Ebuzzing co-founder & VP of European Sales, who merged his startup with Teads and quoted the newly founded company on Nasdaq;
- Edoardo Raimondi, Solo CEO and co-founder, who just won the last edition of InnovAction Lab.