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Paolo Attivissimo interview

A scientist’s opinion : Interview with Paolo Attivissimo about new tech normalcy

New tech normalcy, a scientist’s opinion An interview with Paolo Attivissimo. He is an information technology writer and journalist, science communicator, public speaker, technical translator and interpreter, and hoax buster. He has followed from the early stages the intense debate that has been going on about the dispute that has arisen within the PEPP-PT consortium. ...

jurgen geuter interview

A scientist’s opinion : Interview with Jürgen Geuter about new tech normalcy

New tech normalcy, a scientist’s opinion An interview with Jürgen Geuter. He is an independent theorist working on the intersection of technology, politics and the social aspects. He writes and speaks about the social consequences of the digital turn as well as the structure of the digital turn itself. He has written for a number ...

Michael Veale interview

A scientist’s opinion : Interview with Michael Veale about new tech normalcy

New tech normalcy, a scientist’s opinion An interview with Michael Veale. He is a lecturer in Digital Rights and Regulation at University College London in the Faculty of Laws and Digital Charter Fellow at the Alan Turing Institute in London. He works at the intersection between law, emerging technology, public policy and society, with a ...

Hans-Christian Boos interview

A scientist’s opinion : Interview with Hans-Christian Boos about new tech normalcy

New tech normalcy, a scientist’s opinion An interview with Hans-Christian Boos. He is the Founder and CEO of Arago, a leading AI company that helps businesses automate their IT processes through intelligent automation. and member of the Digital Council of the German Federal Government. Boos is also the head of the PEPP-PT consortium, committed to ...

Digital tracing, privacy & trust the : New Normalcy in Europe

Digital tracing, privacy and trust: the New Normalcy in Europe

European countries are adopting progressive measures to loosen the lockdown imposed by the Covid-19 pandemic. We are entering a "new normalcy", the age of living with risk and social reorganization. Digital tracing is considered a promising tool to enable a return to normal social life by helping to monitor and reduce the spread of contagion. Will such an application prove effective? Could such an application ‘compromise’ the concept of privacy?