My tech predictions for 2023 feature crypto wallets, the many metaverses, DAOs, generative AI , ‘green hushing’, and much, much more.
The EU Digital Markets Act takes aim at the walled gardens of BIg Tech to make them more open. ‘Gatekeepers’ will be subject to tough rules.
The threat from deepfakes may not be how good they are, but that their existence undermines trust in news, playing into the hands of agents of misinformation.
It turns out none of us are very good at spotting misinformation, even though we like to think we are. A new method could help.
Will the war for Ukraine be won, not by conventional weapons on the battlefield, but by cyber weapons in a digital war?
The UK’s Royal Society recommend that online misinformation should be corrected, not deleted, much like the double-entry bookkeeping system.
Baby boomers share nearly 7 times as many ‘fake news’ pieces on Facebook as adults under 30. Why?
Misinformation can be deadly, but is often spread by those close to us, and may even be spread unintentionally ourselves. What are the signs?
Finland was recently ranked Europe’s most resistant nation to disinformation. What can we learn from how they teach their children to fight back?