Here’s my take on the term “crypto”, Bitcoin’s reputation as a “store of value”, and how the future of the crypto market may unfold.
I usually prefer to stay out of politics, but the crisis have to be addressed. So here is my take on the war in Ukraine. I focus on the ways in which modern IT is used for support.
Is the internet in fact dead and can it be revived? Read about dead internet theory and how it relates to digital identities.
My latest writing on the dangerous consequences of “cancel culture”, and the recent controversy over The Joe Rogan Experience on Spotify.
In this post, I provide some tips on what to say when discussing Bitcoin with parents or other skeptical relatives.
The flow of information on social media is increasingly damaged by misinformation, echo chambers, deepfakes and new machine learning methods.
Algorithms on social media are designed to captivate the users’ attention. They can also lead to user addiction and unhappiness. A recently leaked document from TikTok gives insights into how the algorithm works. Internal research documents from Instagram, also gives away the negative impact the app can have on young people.
In this post, I address what the major issue with the internet is today, and how Web 3.0 could potentially fix it.
GPT-3 is an AI language model with mind-blowing abilities. But how intelligent is it really and does it resemble AGI?
Fake news are all around us on social media. Even the people behind it might be fake thanks to AI technology.
Automated decision-making has come to stay. Is GDPR geared towards protecting the rights of the individual from the negative consequences as decision-making algorithms are adopted on a large scale? I argue that the answer is no.
With the growth of AI, automated decision-making will likely play an increasingly larger role in our everyday lives. It involves implications, as well as benefits. It is also regulated by the GDPR.