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Time to ask why 2023 has been a UK cyberattack ‘annus horribilis’

If UK plc was a football team in a league table based on its resistance to cyberattacks, it would probably be in the bottom three.

The consumer power of ‘cloud serfs’

Smoking alternatives, social activism, and solidarity.

Can COP28 rescue carbon offsets?

Article 6 aims to create a framework for carbon markets – final rules will be negotiated at COP28.

Disney’s potential exit from India will attract suitors for asset grabs

Disney’s subscriber base in India shrank by 39% primarily due to the loss of streaming rights for the Indian Premier League cricket tournament.

The link between narcissism and social media

Driven by attention, narcissists share their success with the world as they believe that their followers are interested.

AI won’t steal your job, but people who know how to use it might

AI can optimize the creative process through maximizing content efficiency and scale, and augmented creativity, reducing the feedback loop.

Are we learning to Web3 before we can Web2.5?

The co-mingling of Web2 and Web3 business models can yield complications.

Why robots may make us more human

In the personal robot sector, development is more focused on interacting with humans to entertain or educate, rather than the performance of household tasks.

COP28: Why water should be a key issue

WaterAid, an international non-governmental organization focused on water, sanitation, and hygiene, warns of a potential 40% shortfall in freshwater by 2030.

Created in our image – the issue with android robots

How can we instill consciousness and intuition into a robot if we cannot fully understand how it works in humans?