Earlier this week, Edward Snowden spoke to an enthusiastic audience at Stockholm’s Internet Days conference. Snowden, who appeared via video link, talked less about his own situation and more about wh... »
“Careless shepherd make excellent dinner for wolf” said American novelist Earl Derr Biggers. Born in 1884, for sure he knew nothing about digitalization but perhaps a lot about human nature. And that ... »
A “subsidy baby” is a company set up to benefit from government support more than making money from its customers The success of the internet skyscrapers Google, Amazon, Facebook and Apple is often... »
BRUSSELS What do Turkey, Brexit and EU Copyright reform have in common? They are all current topics in EU policy, of course, and they were all covered at Monday’s Digital Life Design seminar in Brusse... »
“From Mary Shelley's Frankenstein's Monster to the classical myth of Pygmalion, through the story of Prague's Golem to the robot of Karel Čapek, who coined the word, people have fantasised about the p... »
The UK voters marching to the polls for the most momentous democratic decision the country has ever made they will decide not only the nation’s immigration policies but also its future in the informat... »
Cyber criminals have taken to headhunting in order to counter the skill shortages afflicting the technology sector proving that the quest for scarce talent is right across the board. According to r... »
There is a philosophical concept known as ‘the extended mind’ that the technology industry and governments are now acutely focused on. For most of us our memories are in our surroundings and in our me... »
GENEVA - This barefoot blogger made the pilgrimage to Geneva to listen to Jaron Lanier’s keynote address at a WIPO conference. Lanier is an American technologist, futurist, writer, composer, musician ... »
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has come to Berlin. The city welcomes him like a state guest. The visit starts with Zuckerberg and his team running through the Brandenburger Tor and along the Reichstag o... »