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Although artificial intelligence is improving many aspects of human life by making processes more efficient and reducing the probability of error, the development of highly sophisticated algorithms hides a great danger that could increase the currently widening social gaps in the world, as revealed by multiple studies that have been carried out in the United …

Discrimination, Poverty and Algorithms: An Explosive Mix Read More »

Finding something on the Internet is one of the biggest challenges that have resulted from the formation of our current information society and although in the collective imagination the simplest answer is to use Google, there is an open-source technology behind the scenes that is changing the way we search for and retrieve information from …

What is Elastic and why is it changing the Internet? Read More »

At present, large global projects that aim to massively provide high-speed Internet for both urban and rural areas are in progress. On one hand, Google intends to implement a network of more than a thousand satellites that allow internet access in remote places [1], while the company Oneweb is looking to install around 1900 satellites …

The Uncertain Promise of High Speed and Massive Satellite Internet Read More »

By: Gabriel E. Levy B. After a night of celebration, joy, madness, alcohol and excesses, the subsequent consequence will be an uncomfortable “hangover” accompanied by remorse and guilt for the excesses [1]. In the same way, after three decades of celebrating the great changes caused by the development of the Internet, of being amazed by …

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Although just mentioning the subject seems like a science fiction matter or a bold chapter of Black Mirror, without realizing it and in a very subtle, but forceful way, millions of people in the world have an algorithm, software, neural system or a code based on Artificial Intelligence as their boss or immediate superior. What …

Algorithms: The Invisible Boss in the Digital Age Read More »

In America, the strong neoliberal regulatory tradition has promoted ex-post regulatory schemes, that is, we regulate long after changes occur, which allows the market to adjust itself during implementation periods. But although experience has shown that subsequent regulation allows for greater innovation, it is also true that it generates a notable absence of the State …

Should the new stage of Artificial Intelligence include an ex-ante regulation? Read More »

One of the most striking features of the Internet is its ability to silently transform various aspects of social, political, cultural and, indeed, economic dynamics. In the midst of the polarization that exists in many parts of the world between those who defend a neo-liberal free market economic model and those who advocate for economic …

Understanding the Collaborative Economy Read More »

Digital Transformation is one of the biggest challenges that today’s societies are forced to assume, implement and promote in a medium term. It is a change that is no longer optional, since it permeates an increasing number of sectors, from the technological, social, economic, political and cultural perspectives. Unlike previous stages of digitalization processes, something …

Digital Transformation: The Third Gap Read More »

The Pandemic Behind the Pandemic   By: Gabriel E. Levy B. www.galevy.com Scientific experts who study Covid19 have found that the spread of the current pandemic caused by coronavirus has been mediated by multiple factors inherent to the biological characteristics of the pathogen [1], such as its ability to spread when patients are asymptomatic, as …

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