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Digital empowerment in an interconnected society
The constantly assisted experience of the digitally empowered consumer opens new horizons for self-expression through client-driven design. On the dark side, it could numb the capacity of independent thought and increase the incidence of manipulation among vulnerable individuals...

EDITORIAL >

  • Editorial
    Since the turn of the millennium, we have joined minds as the digital revolution unfolded, selecting fresh topics to debate and new angles to consider. Now 20 years on, through the pages of our magazines, we have succeeded in focusing on facts that mattered, with scientifically grounded, technologically rooted opinions that could contribute to the multi-disciplinary talks about the digital transformation of our society...

SPOTLIGHT >

  • Shaping a new environment in AI
    Alleged data breaches from the Cambridge Analytica scandal offers a glimpse on how the AI revolution is shaping a new environment and why new legislation must be developed to protect not only citizen data, but the dignity of the citizen’s digital persona, taking into account how machines can extract and leverage the very instruction manual that makes each human individual actionable according to third party agendas...

SMART CITIES >

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    UN drives for urban equity
    A focus on the United Nations World Urban Forum, drive for ‘Urban equity in development’ — which looks at practical and sustainable ways of creating more inclusive and compact cities that address complex issues like inequality, population and infrastructure.

  • Facebook maps migration
    A study of ‘between-city coordinated migration’, examining aggregate, anonymized data on all Facebook users who list both their hometown and their current city on their profile

  • Piloting better road transport
    An overview of how the EU-funded Straightsol project which is trialing new systems and solutions in a series of pilots for improved city transport, with a focus on better, safer and more efficient parcel and freight delivery

  • Driving future mobility
    Challenging the convenience of mobility by car as an option, as cities increase in density, impacting on quality of life.

  • Interview with Elkin Velasquez, UN Human Settlements Program
    Elkin Velasquez Director of the Regional Office for the Caribbean and Latin America - UN Human Settlements Program, expands on how an enabled environment for ICT through policy, planning and good governance allows for collaboration and consequently improved urban life.

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