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National security interests override digital privacy

National security interests override digital privacy

As new battles continue to emerge between national governments and private companies in the domains of national security and privacy, the results of a new survey, commissioned by the Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI) and conducted by global research company Ipsos across 24 countries find that most global citizens favour enabling law enforcement to […]

Technology and its effect on family ties in the Middle East

Technology and its effect on family ties in the Middle East

On “Letters from Listeners” radio show on KBS World Radio Arabic, broadcasted every Sunday, the show’s host Youssry Sawaby tackles a new issue that concerns Arab listeners, taking their answers into consideration. In their latest episode, broadcasted on 21st February, they addressed the dilemma of technological advances and its effect on family ties, whether it […]

Morocco postpones opening of world’s largest solar power plant

Morocco postpones opening of world’s largest solar power plant

Morocco has postponed without explanation the inauguration of Noor-1, a solar power plant due to open Sunday 27th December in Ouarzazate, part of what will eventually be the world’s largest solar power production facility. According to AFP, the communications agency that organised the inauguration on behalf of Moroccan solar energy agency Masen gave no reasons for […]

Robot Party: Expanding Robotics attraction in Korea

Robot Party: Expanding Robotics attraction in Korea

With the latest surge of films and TV shows with ‘conscious’ robots, I have developed an interest in the artificial intelligence and well, robots which can perfectly mimic human behavior. When I heard about Art Center Nabi’s Robot Party exhibition, I imagined it to be like something right out of Dr. Krieger’s lab (from the […]

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