17.05.2018
Post-work: The Radical Idea of a World Without Jobs

With work stressful, unsatisfying, and in short supply, Andy Beckett introduces ‘post-work’, the enticing prospect (or pipe dream) holding that work will soon be a thing of the past.

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04.05.2018
Who’s in Charge Here? Humans in a Robot World

The newest technological revolution is bringing tectonic change to society. Will we wind up working for robots?

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02.05.2018
Fighting ‘Fake News’ and Data Misuse In the EU – A Missed Opportunity?

An examination of the politics behind steps to regulate online hate speech, misinformation, and data privacy in the EU.

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17.04.2018
Media in Chains: Lights, Camera, Capture

With the autonomy of the media facing new threats, censorship is a thing of the past.

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10.04.2018
Out of Pocket: Sweden and the End of Cash

Riding a new wave of digitalisation, Sweden pioneers the end of the banknote.

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06.04.2018
Beyond an Anthropocentric Literature

Insights from research on animality illuminate the relationship between literature and ecology.

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16.03.2018
Protecting data without stifling innovation: a question of regulation?

With our data in the hands of web giants, can regulators stand up for civil liberties?

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23.02.2018
Lost in the numbers: the missing politics of big data

Big data: omnipresent but mostly invisible. How can politics catch up with Silicon Valley and get a grip on our information?

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09.02.2018
Fake News in Visegrad: Overused and Underestimated

Voters in the Visegrad countries rely on increasingly blurred lines between truth and falsehoods while making their choice at polling stations.

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