The irresistible expansion of digital liberalism points towards regulating, for the sole purpose of benefit, the course of life through algorithms.
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Interview with Ijad Madisch, co-founder and CEO of the world’s largest online network for scientists.
The spirit of learning by doing and the free experimentation that characterise maker processes are keys to renewing the idea of “made in China”.
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XinCheJian is the first hackerspace founded in China, a space where making meets creation.
In the midst of e-waste traffickers, Africans are endeavouring to find ways to breathe new life into these discarded materials.
Respecting the legal framework and the needs and desires of citizens and consumers is a basic prerequisite for the success of any new product or initiative.
There is an Africa that innovates and looks to ICTs as a means to solve its problems through a citizen-led process.
Music can be a stimulus for personal or collaborative reflection on the act of creation.