Tag: surveillance Filter Filter by All Automation Blog Creativity Data E-Commerce Future Innovation Leadership Management Media Metaverse Purpose Sustainability Trends Videos close Computer Vision is the next big test of digital regulation By Adam Tinworth Computer Vision may be the least talked about tech in common use today. But one aspect of it could have huge consequences - and we need to talk about face recognition now. Taking the time to build mindful tech By Adam Tinworth We've been exploited, both by tech companies and by hostile political actors. And through most of it, we were unaware of what was happening. We no longer have that excuse. It's time for the age of mindful tech. Apple & Google: applying a digital fix for mobile addiction By Adam Tinworth Last night, Apple gave Facebook the finger, live on stage. Well, OK, not literally. Beyond GDPR: what’s our next step in fixing surveillance capitalism? By Adam Tinworth Today the General Data Protection regulations kick in. And, annoying though those emails might be, they are the first step in a digital fix of the surveillance capitalism culture. A cathartic moment for the digital industry By Martin Recke The digital industry has a long-standing history of neglecting data protection and user privacy. GDPR is a kind of collective punishment for an industry that still believes to be entitled to all kinds of data usage and misusage. Future Fictions: a postcard from 2030 By Adam Tinworth What will life be like in 2030? One Danish MP has a challenging set of predictions for us. Our tech is listening to us. And that could become spying on us By Adam Tinworth Some people tape over their laptop webcams. But even our headphones can be used to listen to us - so why are we inviting listening devices into our homes? Mikko Hypponen: better digital security needs more European startups By Adam Tinworth We've handed over our data to American companies, and given up our privacy with it. We need to understand what the threats are - and to build an European online world that keeps our data safe, says Mikko Hypponen of F-Secure.