Collection of interviews and essays
In the publication "Entering a New Era" experts like Vinton G. Cerf, Luciano Floridi and Yuval Noah Harari debate the future of Artificial Intelliegence.
Pascal Finette, Singularity University: to adjust democracy to the new, fast-moving reality of today, politicians should move quickly towards creating societal frameworks.
What would happen if the wealth created by robots and artificial intelligence just rested with a few superrich people in Silicon Valley? And why wealth redistribution should be our future goal.
As shown in our study with @IpsosGermany, 34% of the Italiens view consumers as the most trustworthy actors when it comes to new technologies, whereas the government aggregates only 6% of the Italiens' trust.
About 6 hours ago from Vodafone Institute's Twitter via TweetDeck
50% of the Germans are in favour of automating all administrative processes, in Bulgaria it's even 55%. That shows our report with @IpsosGermany about the adoption of new technologies in Europe.
#GigabitSociety #DigitalAge pic.twitter.com/Ke1nKzp0WG
About 3 days ago from Vodafone Institute's Twitter via TweetDeck
Watch @vodafone_de preparing for the #missiontothemoon to install a 4G network together with @nokia to allow lunar rovers to communicate with each other.
#moon #robotics #4gnetwork
About 4 days ago from Vodafone Institute's Twitter via TweetDeck
Philosopher Huw Price
As a philosopher of time, Australian thinker Huw Price argues for a pause: we need to understand better what our human intelligence is, before we engage in much chatter about artificial intelligence.
What do people think of the ongoing technological revolution?
“From Amsterdam to Paris in half an hour” – Tim Houter
"Safety last?" in Brussels 2018 - Highlights
F-LANE introduces its next cohort for Spring 2018.
Kate Darling on robot-human interaction
Manuela Schwesig calls for more support to women working in the technology sector