This week: where cars are going, banking on automation, and Apple glass, Facebook torture and robots in other news.
Business managers often rely on predictive algorithms to make recruiting decisions that affect a company’s bottom line. But these kinds of algorithms aren’t really “predictive” at all.
This week: classy Facebook, the end of the internet, and China, crypto and space stations in other news.
This week: what’s up with universal basic income, fiduciary moats, and cars in space in other news.
Supported on the right and the left – how is that possible?
Strava snafu exposes the risk of big data.
We talk to Dr Iikka Korhonen from the Bank of Finland and Mr Aidan O’Shaughnessy from the Australian Bankers’ Association about the challenges of the international banking system.
The economics of fashion on show at Davos and it ain’t pretty.
This week: break-in-news, I spy with my data eye, and fashion out of fashion.
If we are to ensure new technologies benefit human functioning and wellbeing we must move beyond the current focus on apocalyptic messages.