In a time when presidents discredit free press, when divide to conquer is the motto, and we think we have a friend that likes us (Facebook) The Guardian does it’s job really well. If we want to be free we need to have, read and support a free press.
Even if we don’t think the Facebook boss’s manifesto is ill-intentioned, we should be worried by its implications
Source: Mark Zuckerberg says change the world, yet he sets the rules | Carole Cadwalladr | Opinion | The Guardian
I was lucky enough thanks to Marco Manca to participate in a meeting by Opencare, an european project by scimpulse foundation took place in milano at wemake bringing together, doctors, makers and designers to develop new solutions for healthcare and more generally care.
The aim of this meeting was to open up a conversation channel between the care communities including healthcare and doctors in order to find practical ways to work together and involve citizens to participate in the discussions and projects.
Here follow some pictures of the meeting.
Orwellian, Huxleyan, Kafkaesque or Phildickian… which nightmarish society do YOU live in?
Source: Four Kinds of Dystopia | Darren Allen
One man is on a mission to prove that it’s possible to make (good) living farming.
Source: J.M. Fortier and the Rise of the High-Profit Micro Farm – Modern Farmer
Bravo à l’èquipe de morning.com
N’hesitez pas à écouter l’interview de Laetitia Geyneton de morning.com pour les bombes du digital
L’Autorité de contrôle prudentiel et de résolution (ACPR) a levé les mesures d’interdiction d’exercice qui visaient la société toulousaine Morning. Les 75 000 clients revendiqués par la “néobanque” vont pouvoir récupérer leurs fonds qui étaient bloqués depuis le 1er décembre.
Source: Fintech : la startup Morning peut reprendre ses activités
Rather than consider as titled by techcrunch we need to embed Ethics when designing new technologies.
In the weeks since the U.S. presidential election, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has been firefighting. Not literally, but figuratively. Widespread accusations..
Source: Consider ethics when designing new technologies | TechCrunch
A decades-long study of exceptionally gifted children reveals what it takes to hone the world’s sharpest minds
Source: Nurturing Genius – Scientific American
Uber and Google both made announcements this week that offer the latest signs that autonomous cars have arrived — and may be driving our city streets sooner than we think.
Source: How Self-Driving Cars Work – The New York Times