Ivan Pintor Iranzo
We review the visual symptoms of the pandemic, its representation by individuals, politicians, media and the entertainment sector, and the dilemma posed by combining these with the personalised tracking of the population.
George Orwell’s vision of dystopia, "1984", describes situations similar to those of current times and advances ethical dilemmas still difficult to tackle today.
Algorithms enable us to create smarter machines, but their lack of neutrality and transparency raises new challenges.
What will the narratives of the Anthropocene be? How will we explain the world since our realisation that we have drastically changed it?
Artificial intelligence, big data, and virtual reality are set to change the book world over the next ten years.
The exponential growth and control of data is under debate, between the private interests of companies and the rights of users.
Jose Valenzuela Ruiz
Neuromarketing studies the way the brain works in consumer purchasing decisions, particularly the part of the brain that we cannot express rationally.
Wikidata is a new step forward in the democratisation of access to information.
The production of mass data is growing unstoppably and this tendency seems to be irreversible in the immediate future.
A decade later, we can confirm the far-reaching nature of the radical changes provoked by this phenomenon, which has two sides that merit reflection.
Wearables, devices that we wear as we would a t-shirt or a watch, which monitor everything we do, are already starting to make their way into the cultural world.