Technology and Democracy
What’s making voters so angry at each other?
Which comes first: widening inequality or the ‘affective polarisation’ that goes with it?
Does facial recognition tech in Ukraine’s war bring killer robots nearer?
Clearview AI is offering its controversial tech to Ukraine for identifying enemy soldiers – while autonomous killing...
The “future needs wisdom”: going beyond the numbers with Covid-19
Helga Nowotny’s new book teaches us to understand the Covid-19 pandemic, rather than simply predict it
Beyond privacy: there are wider issues at stake over Big Tech in medicine
A focus on privacy can obscure broader questions about how Big Tech will reshape health and medicine – and...
The EU should refocus the AI Act on workers and people
Proposed EU legislation on AI is driven by a desire for growth, with few provisions for safeguarding the rights of...
A ten-point manifesto for a Digital European Citizenship
How the EU can wrest control of the internet from big tech, and transform the digital sphere into a force for...
Regulating Big Tech is not enough. We need platform socialism
Facebook won't let state oversight trump shareholder interest, so alternatives – based on common ownership and...
What do the EU’s ambitious plans for a digital revolution mean for citizens?
The EU’s challenge isn’t just to make Europe fit for the digital age, but to ensure that the digital age fits...