It’s time to stop being afraid of technology.
Older people are older, not necessarily stupid or clumsy, but undoubtedly, the evolution towards fully electronic means of payment will inevitably cause some level of confusion.
Major and permanent traffic restrictions were introduced in Madrid, an area of 472 hectares where pedestrians, bicycles, electric vehicles and public transport will have priority in a measure that aims to improve air quality in the Spanish capital.
As the evidence of climate change caused mainly by human-generated emissions mounts, measuring air quality is an increasingly important concern for many people.
The fakeness of the internet is less about fake news and more about the bots, click fraud, simulated video, traffic factories, followers, comments and other ways to simulate popularity; the real issue is the Inversion, the tipping point when the number of fake users exceeds real ones: fake accounts collecting fake cookies and fake mouse movements making fake clicks on fake pages, in a kind of parallel universe in which the only real thing is advertising.
Universal Basic Income (UBI) is neither philanthropic, nor about the rich paying the poor to be idle; nor something the state cannot afford.
The idea that something is going to be erased, when it costs so little to preserve it, troubles me.
Why do these hoaxes come from, why are they so difficult to stop, and how can we avoid them?
Terms such as climate change, which simply evoked an alteration in weather that could be interpreted as benign, will be replaced by climate crisis, or climate emergency. Global warming will be replaced by global heating. The goal is to give a fittingly alarming interpretation of the magnitude of the problem.
The widespread use of facial recognition is a moral dilemma for technology companies.
We have a climate emergency, it is real, it affects us all, and it can only be avoided if we take the appropriate measures, now.
Yes, there are some people who think the possibility of human extinction is possible. And they are fighting hard to make sure that doesn’t happen.
It’s the fashion of (in)sustainability. We need to wake up to all of this.
Moving habitually through a city with a sufficiently open mentality allows you to quickly realize many of its contradictions.
Unless we can capture carbon dioxide and remove it from the air, we will be unable to slow the rate of the greenhouse effect. There are solutions.