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The rapid uptake of disruptive technologies in Africa, such as mobile and financial technologies, is prompting speculation among tech investors about whether artificial intelligence (AI) applications
Date
14/11/2018
Transportation, connectivity, accessibility, mobility – many terms point at a range of different perspectives on the phenomenon of transport.
Date
09/11/2018
Consider a world where human decision-making and thought processes play less of a role in the day-to-day functioning of society.
Date
08/11/2018
Growing anxiety about China’s dominance of emerging markets spurred a rare bipartisan effort to pass the Better Utilization of Investments Leading to Development (BUILD) Act of 2018.
Date
05/11/2018
Methane is a greenhouse gas and air pollutant producing health damaging tropospheric ozone.
Date
29/10/2018
In some ways, the future of work is here; in others, it is shrouded in uncertainty or heralded with great expectations. Of course, throughout human history, work has changed, as have societies.
Date
18/10/2018
International migration and geographic mobility have major implications for societies and economies. This is true at global level, and, perhaps even more so, at European level.
Date
18/10/2018
Digital technologies have opened up ways of discovering the world, creating an unprecedented access to knowledge and information.
Date
18/10/2018
Between 2014 and 2017, Europe saw its largest influx of migrants in decades, with 1.9 million arrivals to the continent (and thousands of lives lost at sea during the dangerous crossings of the Medite
Date
18/10/2018
Churchill is said to have commented after a particularly undistinguished meal: “The pudding [that’s dessert for us Americans] lacked a theme.” This is also true of the world before us today.
Date
18/10/2018

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