The corporate responsibility of technology

Think of corporate responsibility. Then, situations linked to people, nature, pollution, climate change and philanthropy come to your mind. Now, think of technology, and smartphones, drones, virtual reality and, almost unavoidably, artificial intelligence are recalled. We tend to dissociate them because, in principle, they belong to different dimensions, the real …

The electronic signature, driver of trust and efficiency in business

Many tasks are more complex to accomplish when one has to do them remotely. For instance building schemas to explain complex ideas or processes or carry out a brainstorming exercise. Although not alone, there is one that isn’t related to the dynamics of group interactions, the need for signing reports …

About data privacy, technology and the coronavirus

Data, technology, and (almost) instantaneous communication give us, more than ever before, the means and capacity to combat the COVID-19 perils more effectively. People traceability, real-time tracking and supply monitoring are a few examples of what governments and security forces can currently do to mitigate the spread of the disease. …

Five podcasts on technology matters you have to master in 2020

It’s already 2020. A new decade starts off. If you had to search for three adjectives to define the previous one, what would they be? Because it’s a difficult exercise, we chose two-word adjectives: technologically restless, politically surprising and environmentally disappointing (however, the rise of ESG investments and sustainable finance, …

Back to Top