Technology is Ahead of Humans: Paving a Way for Resilient Digital Societies

Our reliance on technology for everyday life’s obligations, such as accessing information, problem solving, information exchanges, decision making, communicating, trading, advertising, increasing accountability, amongst many others increasingly creates incentives for technology companies, innovators, digital entrepreneurs, digital consumers and governments to…

Omar’s Blog #3: Cooperation and Capacity Building

In a fast-developing society, the urge for computer engineers is high. Very high. If you think about it, we cannot move forward without computer engineers. All our fast credit card payments are impossible without all the people designing the necessary…

What will change after the pandemic?

Life under lockdown, to contain the pandemic, has started to normalize. The newsworthy part is that now countries like Austria, Norway and New Zealand are planning to ease up their restrictions. The aim is to make a gradual recovery back…

The German Election Debate: Why What Wasn’t Said Matters

On the third of September, 16 million Germans watched a TV debate between incumbent German chancellor Angela Merkel from the Christian Democrats (CDU) and her contestant Martin Schulz from the Social Democrats (SPD). The debate took place three weeks before…