Artificial intelligence (AI) is one of the most promising fields at a time of unparalleled technological transformation and disruption. That said, its growing use in business raises significant uncertainties and ethical dilemmas such as lack of transparency, human-intelligible decision making, potentially discriminatory results and embedded biases.
A new environment where we will spend some of our free time, own property, attend shows, make friends and perhaps even create romantic ties or new business models. That's what the metaverse is shaping up to be.
In an increasingly automated and robotic world, artificial intelligence is already a prominent part of our lives. The medium-term challenge is to create systems that are compatible with our sense of ethics, that respect us, do not endanger us and do not control us or violate our rights.
The world's most innovative traffic management systems, the most digitised classrooms and the video surveillance systems have something in common: all make use of the artificial intelligence of things (AIoT), one of the most promising fields of technological innovation in the short and medium term.
What is digital literacy? This is how you educate yourself against confusion and lies on the internet
In the age of information disorder, confusing, indoctrinating and disinforming can be very profitable strategies in digital environments. And the best means of resistance is an up-to-date media and information literacy programme.
This is a term coined by Prosegur as part of its technological transformation process. Hybrid security is, first and foremost, the company's adaptation strategy to a changing, increasingly demanding and complex environment.