Elasticidade da pele em personagens virtuais
Produção de eletricidade renovável no mês de março de 2018 excedeu o consumo de Portugal Continental
Portugal’s growing green energy production hits milestone
One of Estonia’s first “e-residents” explains what it means to have digital citizenship
The Portuguese Government and European Commission will launch a pilot program to reform Portugal’s education and training system with a focus on addressing the country’s digital skills gap, which is the third largest in Europe
Working Futures: A scenario-planning game exploring the future of work.
This is the most dexterous robot ever created
If we could understand how the infant mind develops, it might help every child reach their full potential. But seeing them as learning machines is not the answer.
Swedes turn against cashlessness: “If Putin invades Gotland [Sweden’s largest island] it will be enough for him to turn off the payments system. No other country would even think about taking these sorts of risks, they would demand some sort of analogue system.”
‘Print is dead’ – then why do even the tech giants use it for their apology ads?
Some cybersecurity experts and regular users were surprised to learn about a Chrome tool that scans Windows computers for malware. But there’s no reason to freak out about it.
To restore privacy, we must stop surveillance before it even asks for consent.
Facebook.gov: This speculative fiction is intended to imagine what an extreme version of regulation would look like and was written using real interviews with experts.
Facebook apologised for storing draft videos which users had filmed and then deleted, saying a “bug” resulted in them being indefinitely stored instead…
Suit to let researchers break website rules wins a round: “What we’re talking about here is research in the public interest, finding out if there is discrimination”