10.000 Días

What will our world look like in 2050? This TVE documentary series in collaboration with the Center for the Governance of Change explores the global trends and disrupting technologies shaping the future of society

In 2023, the Center for the Governance of Change was the academic and content partner of Spain's public television TVE on '10.000 Días', a prime-time documentary series directed by renowned reporter Carlos Franganillo. The series explores the emerging technologies and the social, political and economic currents that are transforming our world.

Carlos Franganillo, now at Telecinco, was the anchor of Spain's main public television news show for the last five years. Previously, he was TVE's correspondent in Washington, D.C. (2014-2018) and Moscow (2011-2014). He specializes in technology, international relations, defense and intelligence.

The four episodes that comprise '10.000 Días' cover how technology can help develop clean energies to combat the climate crisis; the relationship between information technologies, populism and surveillance; how deep machine learning and AI facilitate autonomous vehicles and better medical diagnostics; or the promise of biotechnologies to drastically enhance life prospects.


WATCH THE EPISODES

Episode 1: Del petróleo a las estrellas. The first episode travels to Greenland to look at the current fight against climate change through science and technology, focusing on the development of new clean sources.

Episode 2: Observados. The second episode explores how new communication and information channels create promising opportunities, but also effective tools for populist movements.

Episode 3: La nueva inteligencia. The third episode explains how deep machine learning is accelerating technological development in many fronts, from autonomous driving to early medical diagnoses.

Episode 4: Descodificando la vida. The fourth and last episode explores life sciences. Many experts foresee a revolution of rising living standards, similar to that experienced in the last century with antibiotics.

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Episode 1

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Episode 2

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Episode 3

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Episode 4

PREMIERE
IE Tower, Madrid - January 24, 2023

The Center for the Governance of Change and Radiotelevisión Española (RTVE) organized the premiere of '10.000 Días' at the IE Tower in Madrid on January 24, 2023. It included an exclusive preview of the series prior to its prime time broadcast on Spain's main public television channel, 'La 1'.

Carlos Franganillo, director of '10.000 Días', highlighted the key themes of the series. The event was opened by IE University CEO Diego del Alcázar Benjumea and RTVE President Elena Sánchez Caballero. It included a panel on the future of democracies with IE University Provost Manuel Muñiz, journalist Marta García-Aller and academic Claudio Feijóo; a panel on the future of intelligence with then Secretary of State for AI Carme Artigas, Qualcomm executive Douglas Vaz Benítez and acedemic Luz Rello; as well as a conversation with MIT researcher Pablo Rodríguez.

You can read more about the premiere here and watch the event's recording below:

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