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Three displaced Yemeni girls stand by the shredded remains of their tents in Abs settlement, which is regularly damaged by passing sandstorms.

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Hazel Healy investigates the challenges facing 21st century disaster response.

'NEW FRIGIDAIRE MASTER for families that want maximum storage space...’.From the Ladies’ Home Journal. 1948. Pic: Wyeth, N.C.

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A dystopian short story by Pat Cadigan on the future internet of things.

Technology is affecting the way people take part in protest.

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Is digital technology leading us astray, asks Rev Billy.

Democracy movement NYC Rolling Rebellion advocates for net neutrality in front of the Time Warner offices in New York City, US.

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Net neutrality repeal pulls the plug on our civic life, says Cory Doctorow.

Robots Japan: Aiko Chihira, a humanoid robot that can blink and speak developed by Toshiba Corp, staffs the information desk of a high-end department store in Tokyo.

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How Japanese society and robots match up, by Christopher Simons.

Robotization dangers: what's the impact of robots on humans?

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The vision of the future we are fed will leave many of us reeling, writes Dinyar Godrej. For what?

Killer robots

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Noel Sharkey’s stark warning against the latest arms race.

Automation and basic income.

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If automation decimates jobs, we need better solutions than these, argues Nick Dowson.

Industrial robots China

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Industrial robots are being put to work on a huge scale. Jenny Chan looks at the case of Foxconn.

Audrey Watters AI

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Think of computer code as new rules governing society – who gets to enforce it? asks Audrey Watters.

Edtech: will Google take over the classroom?

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Tamasin Cave reports on the edtech players pushing for radical changes in schools.

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What rights do citizens have, not just to public and private spaces, but to their digital equivalents? Mark Graham...

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A photographic account of changes over the years in: housing; water; education; health; sanitation; food and farming;...

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Stair-climbing wheelchairs and electric tuk-tuks are among local engineers’ answers to the many challenges facing their...

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Capitalism's end might be in sight, but it might not be good news, German sociologist Wolfgang Streeck warned in a conference...

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An alternative global strategy for the protection and promotion of workers’ human rights in ICT supply chains is emerging,...

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