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Summer camp is being ruined by spying parents

Facial recognition technology may delight parents wanting constant updates, but it’s an invasion of children‘s privacy. Not that long ago, when you sent your child to summer camp, you didn’t hear about it except through handwritten letters – and that was only if the kid could spare a moment from …

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The fourth industrial revolution risks leaving women behind

The Fourth Industrial Revolution is, ostensibly, upon us. The term was coined in 2016 by Klaus Schwab, the founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Form. Broadly, it refers to the collapsing of boundaries between the physical, digital and biological spheres. More specifically, it’s about the digitalisation of all …

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Can technology make us better parents?

In 2010, Gustavo Rodríguez was a mergers and acquisitions banker for Merrill Lynch, living in London, where he had moved from New York. Then, he became a father. Like many new parents, Rodríguez said the day his son was born was both the happiest and the scariest. “I realized how …

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