Technological innovations, artificial intelligence, robotics, biotech, 5G, informatics, telematics, and other advancements and their impact on society are the primary focus of this section. Our survey data measuring the American public's hopes and concerns about technological advancements will form the articles' basis. Our interest includes data privacy, protection, and cybersecurity. We tackle trust in tech companies, breaking up big technology companies, and free speech in social media.
Developed by the Maldives government and a Dutch company, the first-of-its-kind 'island city' will be based in a warm-water lagoon just 10 minutes by boat from the capital city of Male.
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Twitter’s refusal to comply with the rules, which came into force more than a week ago, on May 26th, demonstrated its “lack of commitment and efforts towards providing a safe experience for the people of India on its platform.”
New Zealand and NASA have partnered up under the multi-lateral Artemis Accords, in an effort to enhance space exploration efforts.
The Tianzhou-2 cargo spacecraft has blasted off and will deliver cargo to the country's under-construction space station.
We rarely think of social media sites as a tech company. The most popular one has grown to such proportions that it is a monopoly. We look at how Americans feel about this development and what is likely in store for the tech giant Facebook.
An international team of researchers has created the largest and most detailed map of the distribution of so-called Dark Matter in the Universe.
The EU wants tech giants such as Facebook and Google to do more to tackle disinformation on their platforms.
WhatsApp is taking India’s government to court over a new mandate that it claims will lead to mass surveillance of users in the company’s biggest market.
Tesla has bowed to Beijing pressure and announced that it will move Chinese user data to a new center in China, raising concerns that the move will set a precedent for other tech companies dealing with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
Tech companies, like Amazon, have grown to such proportions that they behave like monopolies, manipulating and dictating the market. We look at how Americans feel about this development and what is likely in store for the tech giants.