Digitalisation has transformed our society and our economy, with digital technologies forming a fundamental part of all our industries. The ever growing data produced, offers huge business opportunities and social improvements, giving us better knowledge of consumers, their needs and...Continue reading »
The refugee crisis in Europe isn’t just hitting more geographically accessible countries like Turkey and Greece, it’s actually pouring across continents as most world leaders look for ways to help ease this humanitarian crisis. Whether you live in Hungary where...Continue reading »
This post was originally published in Telefonica’s public policy blog here
The CEOs of the companies in ETNO’s Executive Board have today released the following statement:
A sustained and pervasive digitalisation of the EU economy is today’s main growth opportunity. Ubiquitous, powerful...Continue reading »
This post was originally published in Telefónica’s public policy blog here
Those who are not connected today are lagging behind the velocity of our time. It is true that by the end 2015 we will reach 3.2 billion people, however we...Continue reading »
(Above image: ingestible sensor from Proteus. Image courtesy Proteus)
We asked wearables enthusiasts Viry and Nur to take opposing sides on the contentious subject of the next wave of wearables – ingestibles!
In favour of: “When can I get one?”
Viry Garcia, Communications...Continue reading »
The Digital Revolution
We are evolving towards a hyper-connected and intelligent digital world that is opening up new opportunities for us all, from the digital natives to those with disabilities and increasingly so, to the elderly too.
Many of us may find...Continue reading »
They’re calling it the Silver Tsunami. That’s referring to the Baby Boomer generation—that’s 80 million in the U.S. alone—who are entering their so-called golden years, with increasing need for medical care.
According to the Alzheimer’s Disease International organization, that almost 44...Continue reading »
You’ve more than likely experienced walking down your local high street to notice that what was once a bustling heart of the community is now a ghost town. What’s the image now? Empty retail units spread everywhere, all crammed in...Continue reading »
Sometimes the digital world creates more work than it automates. Surely that wasn’t the plan was it?
Rather unfairly, technology doesn’t create more work for the architects of the new systems – oh no, they’re sailing ahead of us, blissfully unaware...Continue reading »
There’s a lot of talk about getting girls in STEM -science, technology, engineering and math- and just getting kids into these areas in general. And there’s no doubt, even as a political science graduate turned writer and marketer, I learned...Continue reading »