The discussion on network fees has thus far mainly focused on telecoms and internet platforms. What about the European creative sector? Would those companies be impacted by network fees, what would... »
Artifical intelligence is no longer the sci-fi future that we have so often used as a panel for projecting our fears and dreams onto. Today it is in every person’s hands (or device) as the raving popu... »
In 2013, two economists wrote the book The Orange Economy, showing how creative businesses have infinite potential for Latin America. They were Felipe Buitrago, later ambassador to Berlin and Minister... »
The Kremlin has directed Russian businesses use the .ru-domain rather than .com - symbolic? Some experts say the Russian regime performed a “dress rehearsal” of disconnecting from the global internet ... »
Hate speech and racial abuse online has haunted football and maybe peaked with England's penalty shoot-out against Italy in the European Championship finals this summer. What can football do about it ... »
Technology must be human-centric, says MEP Sabine Verheyen in this exclusive Netopia video spotlight. Technology should not be “Selbstzweck” – only serve itself. This principle can guide both research... »
In our first spotlight video interview, Netopia editor Per Strömbäck meets Alex Agius Saliba, member of European parliament representing Malta in the S&D-group. MEP Saliba is one of the most promi... »
The global pandemic has shown some extremes of rights and regulations protections. Amid the lockdowns we’ve seen privacy under sharpest attack, copyright abused, and questionable overreaches in civil ... »
In the minds of many, autonomous vehicles are the future dream, promising cheap, accident free driving where the old get around for longer and the young can get into cars earlier. For if cars drive t... »
Book Review: Human-Compatible – Artificial Intelligence and the Problem of Control (Viking 2019) by Stuart Russell AI has severe limitations. Still we have reasons to worry – both because of these ... »