Articles

Technology

Not computable

David Casacuberta

Algorithms are not yet able to capture all the nuances of a human decision, so there are some decisions that, for the moment, only we can take.

Commons

I am not your periphery

Karo Moret

The identities of the African diaspora and how in Europe, relations with otherness continue to be built under the social categories of race and gender.

Technology

World Siliconization

Éric Sadin

The irresistible expansion of digital liberalism points towards regulating, for the sole purpose of benefit, the course of life through algorithms.

Culture

Towards a new Design Atlas

Efraín Foglia

Social and industrial changes in recent decades are urging a reconsideration of design typologies, with a re-reading for the current era.

Science

Feynman and Zorthian: a Third-Culture Friendship

Guillermo Orts-Gil

The history of friendship between physicist and artist taught the scientist about the importance of experimentation and shows that science, art and creativity do not fight but rather enhance each other.

Science

The Quantum Sense (II): Paradoxes

Marta García-Matos

In the history of quantum physics, three types of paradoxes exist: those that challenge classical physics, those that challenge intuition and common sense, and those that challenge quantum physics itself.

Commons

Next Stop: City Station

Núria Jar

The exhibition “After the End of the World” spreads out over the city of Barcelona through diverse citizen science actions that aim to improve the city’s environmental health.