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What is Open Future?

What is Open Future?

economia 29/09/2020 0
Open Future is...   A global conversation to encourage debate on the vital issues and challenges of today.   Open Future aims to remake the case f...
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A cry for freedom in the algorithmic age

A cry for freedom in the algorithmic age

economia 28/09/2020 0
    Humanity must retain the right to reject the network and uphold individuality, says Gaspard Koenig     As artificial intelligence makes its...
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Even noxious ideas need airing—censorship only makes them stronger

Even noxious ideas need airing—censorship only makes them stronger

economia 21/09/2020 0
      Restricting free speech in the name of liberty fuels illiberalism, says Jacob Mchangama of Justitia, a Danish think-tank       “Freedom...
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How society can overcome covid-19

How society can overcome covid-19

economia 14/09/2020 0
    Countries can test, quarantine and prepare for the post-coronavirus world, says Larry Brilliant, an epidemiologist       WHEN THE makers o...
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Cory Booker: “Making real the ideals of our country”

Cory Booker: “Making real the ideals of our country”

economia 07/09/2020 0
    Cory Booker, a Democratic senator from New Jersey, on racial justice, fixing racial income inequality—and optimism         “THE PAST IS n...
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Don’t trust AI until we build systems that earn trust

Don’t trust AI until we build systems that earn trust

economia 27/02/2020 0
      Progress in artificial intelligence belies a lack of transparency that is vital for its adoption, says Gary Marcus, coauthor of “Rebooting ...
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Surveillance is a fact of life, so make privacy a human right

Surveillance is a fact of life, so make privacy a human right

economia 27/02/2020 0
      America needs more and better protections over personal data, says Lawrence Cappello of the University of Alabama       ONE OF the toug...
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What Iraq taught me about identity, community, war and peace

What Iraq taught me about identity, community, war and peace

economia 12/11/2019 0
  All conflicts end with talking—and we Brits need to talk, says Adnan Sarwar, a journalist and former British soldier         SOMETHING HAPPE...
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Our politics fails us, so here’s what to do

Our politics fails us, so here’s what to do

economia 19/09/2019 0
      We can re-engineer the system to create a new political centre, says Charles Wheelan of Dartmouth College and a former candidate for Congre...
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Hong Kongers want and deserve a fair society

Hong Kongers want and deserve a fair society

economia 09/09/2019 0
    China needs to take risks and accept the “political middle,” says Christine Loh, a former Legislative Councillor       This is a by-invita...
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Inside the mind of Ben Shapiro, a radical conservative

Inside the mind of Ben Shapiro, a radical conservative

economia 23/04/2019 0
  The controversial commentator talks to The Economist about Western values, disappointment with Trump and moral clickbait   Editor's note: This ...
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Capitalism is becoming less competitive

Capitalism is becoming less competitive

economia 17/01/2019 0
    How different countries are tackling a growing economic problem     Competition in America: Where capitalism has become far less healthy  ...
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Part III: The antidote to civilisational collapse

Part III: The antidote to civilisational collapse

economia 27/12/2018 0
  An interview with the documentary filmmaker Adam Curtis  | PART III     The Economist: Why are you optimistic?   Mr Curtis: Because I thin...
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Part II: The antidote to civilisational collapse

Part II: The antidote to civilisational collapse

economia 20/12/2018 0
    An interview with the documentary filmmaker Adam Curtis  | PART II     The Economist: Well, it’s not very romantic and it doesn’t create ve...
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Part I: The antidote to civilisational collapse

Part I: The antidote to civilisational collapse

economia 13/12/2018 0
  An interview with the documentary filmmaker Adam Curtis  | PART I     “It’s ‘fuck off’ to everything,” says Adam Curtis, describing public sen...
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