One of the biggest challenges that we face going forward is how we deal with rapid technology shifts in a way that encourages and enables innovation while also considering the effects on people and systems. How technology will be managed and regulated is uncertain. Here, we explore how technology is shaping the law, and how the law will change the ways we can use technology, bringing worldwide perspectives to the conversation.
In a not-too-distant future, cars would not only connect to wireless networks but also communicate with each other on the road.
Nokia’s Head of Portfolio Strategy and Investments, Simon Osborne, joins the Futurithmic podcast to discuss the complexities of wireless security with 5G.
This is why Jimmy Wales is optimistic there’s still room for truth in the age of “Alternative Facts”, and the role the media needs to play today.
Listen to the latest episode of the Futurithmic podcast on big data with MIT’s Alex “Sandy” Pentland and host Michael Hainsworth.
Historically, most of these engineers have been male; predominantly white men, with little variation for people of color.
Listen to the first episode of the Futurithmic Podcast, “Augmenting ourselves with Galit Ariel.” Available wherever you listen to podcasts.
Companies are putting their own IT systems to the test, hoping to spot and fix infosec vulnerabilities before real hackers can do irreparable damage.