#Destaques
2018 thematic report to the Human Rights Council on content regulation (E Portugal? A posição da ERC)

Watch artificial intelligence project a 3D soccer match on your kitchen table

#Artes
AI Made a Movie With a ‘Silicon Valley’ Star – and the Results Are Nightmarishly Encouraging

#Cidades
Self-Driving Cars Likely Won’t Steal Your Job (Until 2040)

The future of malls includes walkways powered by AI, retina-recognition purchasing and restrooms that offer health diagnosis.

This AI is working with a fleet of drones to help us fight ocean plastic

#DireitosPatentes
EU copyright reforms draw fire from scientists

EU Censorship Machine: Legislation as propaganda?

#FuturoDoTrabalho
Don’t Fear the Robots: Why Automation Doesn’t Mean the End of Work

Are you afraid of losing your job to artificial intelligence?

If the Robots Come for Our Jobs, What Should the Government Do?

#HumanosFuturos
Computer program looks five minutes into the future

In an age of all-knowing algorithms, how do we choose not to know?

AI Nationalism

Why Does Artificial Intelligence Scare Us So Much?

Replication Ethics: Decisions we are beginning to make now about the future of life involve hard questions of principle

#InSegurança
Defense Department is in the market for a secure browser

#Media
NewsReelNew Skills for the Next Generation of Journalists

Comunicaciones seguras y anónimas en red para periodistas

#Privacidades
Why Do We Care So Much About Privacy

Google’s latest VR Spotlight story watches you

Facebook confirms that it tracks how you move mouse on the computer screen

This is an example of the growing trend of authoritarian use of technology to track and stalk immigrant communities

Las consecuencias de aceptar los términos y condiciones de las ‘apps’ sin leer

Man wins right to sue Google for defamation over image search results

#Realidades
People recall information better through virtual reality

Watch the World Cup 2018 in VR on Oculus Go and Gear VR

#RedesSociais
Digital News Report 2018: after years of growth, the use of social media for news is falling across the world

Get ready for a world of “link taxes” and copyright complaints over memes

In the early internet, content moderation was an artisanal affair. Today, as social media platforms have scaled to millions, even billions, of users, it’s become an industrial process.