Who pays for the cost of growth? Do the math. We’re all paying with our health, and very soon, with our viability as a species.
My concern is that the main obstacle to using bicycles is not their availability, but something more clear and evident: fear.
No industry as defined is prepared for disruption,.
Eye contact has been difficult to make on video calls. It’s getting easier.
What will justice of the future look like?
Larger solar fams than ever, and more connectivity around the globe.
An opt-out system that has all the logic of the world,
According to Facebook, the ideal for the future is that the network ends up being public and decentralized. For the moment, that is only a promise, and not established in terms of any reliable mechanism.
Electric buses are undoubtedly one of the main transport solutions in cities, but at the current rate, only 60% of the world’s buses will be electric buses around the world by 2050.
It is time to remember that we are in the worst emergency that humanity has experienced since its inception. The first step to do something in an emergency is to recognize that it exists.
We are proposing open offices without carrying out a redefinition of the work model.
The fight against the climatic emergency can be a source of wealth and job creation, and above all, is something of force majeure, something that must be done at all costs.
Technology and innovation can provide solutions to many of the most important problems we face, and furthermore, the solution lies in adopting technology that already exists.
Do you really think, in this century, that a signature of a person in a document actually shows something?
A connected household is more useful the more skills it possesses and the more distributed they are.
It’s time to stop being afraid of technology.