#Artes
Mis fotos se han visto cientos de millones de veces: mi vida como fotógrafo Creative Commons

El lore: las historias escondidas en los videojuegos

#Cidades
MIT’s Super-Efficient Dispatching Algorithm Minimizes a City’s Taxi Fleet

#FuturoDoTrabalho
Are Computer Science and Engineering Graduates Ready for the Software Industry?

Fast-food restaurant in Boston uses mechanical woks to autonomously prepare meals

#HumanosFuturos
What happens when your child’s invisible friend is an AI toy that talks back?

Meet Sophia, the Robot That Looks Almost Human

#InSegurança
How We Made AI As Racist and Sexist As Humans: Algorithms are making the same mistakes assessing credit scores that humans did a century ago

#Media
Here’s who owns everything in [US] Big Media today

Axel Springer provides Consent and Transparency Software for the launch of GDPR under a free open source license

European Digital Advertising market reached €48bn in 2017 compared with €24.8bn in 2012

#Memórias
Vladimir Lukyanov’s marvelous water computer

An Oral History of the L0pht

#Privacidades
Many Of Those Desperate GDPR Emails You’ve Been Getting Are Violating A Different EU Regulation

Sites block EU users before GDPR takes effect

The four year battle for the protection of your data

La France insoumise propose une loi contre les compteurs Linky: Pour un droit au refus d’installation

#Realidades
Immersive Virtual Reality Serious Games for Evacuation Training and Research

Beat Saber is a unique VR rhythm game

#RedesSociais
Twitter looks to woo smaller, Facebook-frustrated publishers with new site

#Telecoms
Your ISP finally has to stop lying to you about broadband speeds