#Destaques
The media “can’t afford thinking”: Why Portuguese journalists are leaving newsrooms for government roles

España se refuerza frente a la desinformación: entre los menos concienciados están Hungría, Austria, Portugal e Italia

How governments and other powers across the globe are manipulating history for their own ends: Ideology Is the Original Augmented Reality

#Artes
Terry Gilliam Reveals the Secrets of Monty Python Animations: A 1974 How-To Guide

Mining and Forecasting Career Trajectories of Music Artists

#Cidades
Divercities“: place-focused public policy and its impact on perceptions of diversity: More than 50% of the global population already lives in cities; the UN predicts that by 2050, the figure will be 66%.

What Does Smart-Home Tech Look Like in New York City? I think it depends on what you’re priorities are.

Cities’ publishing efficiency: the dominance of the English language, cities’ economic development level, the location of excellent organisations, cities’ international collaboration patterns, and the productivity of scientific disciplines [Aveiro in “the bottom 100 least efficient cities”]

#FuturoDoTrabalho
Is the era of management over? Is Capitalism a Threat to Democracy?

Carnegie Mellon Launches Undergraduate Degree in Artificial Intelligence but… Manuela Veloso, head of Carnegie Mellon University’s Machine Learning Department, will lead JPMorgan’s AI research team starting in July.

#HumanosFuturos
Deben las máquinas desobedecernos?

#InSegurança
Russian government strengthening national cyber-security prior to World Cup

The potential for surprise in the cyber realm will increase in the next year and beyond as billions more digital devices are connected

#Media
Portugal’s top publishers band together to get users to register and pool data: Getting people to pay for content in Portugal is tough, with just 4 percent of the population having an ongoing online news subscription

Inside the Brotherhood of the Ad Blockers

#Memórias
2010: Digital Photocopiers Loaded With Secrets

2012: What’s the waiter doing with the computer screen?

2017: Courts, banks, and other institutions are using automated data analysis systems to make decisions about your life. Let’s not leave it up to the algorithm makers to decide whether they’re doing it appropriately.

#Privacidades
Manual de Protección de Datos y Prevención de Delitos presentado por la Agencia Española de Protección de Datos

To save thousands on GDPR compliance, some companies are blocking all EU users: Social influence platform Klout to shut down on May 25

Suspicionless Forensic Searches of Electronic Devices at the Border Are Unconstitutional

Meet Sunder, a New Way to Share Secrets: Sunder is not yet ready for high stakes use cases. It has not been audited and is alpha-quality software.

#Realidades
A survey on haptic technologies for mobile augmented reality

Catching a Real Ball in Virtual Reality

#RedesSociais
Moral outrage in the digital ageMoral outrage is at least as old as civilization itself, but civilization is rapidly changing in the face of new technologies.

Sleep-deprived Fatigue Pattern Analysis using Large-Scale Selfies from Social Media

#Telecoms
Mobile Energy Internet for wireless energy transfer within a mobile range from several meters to tens of meters