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Douglas Rushkoff, media theorist, documentarian and Professor of Media Theory and Digital Economics at Queens College, CUNY, argues that by unthinkingly embracing disruptive technology, we could lose sight of what makes us human.
The so-called Irish backstop has proved a massive stumbling block to delivering Brexit. Many believe a technological fix can be found to address the thorny issue of the Irish border – but what might such a solution look like?
Traditionally slow to embrace technology, the insurance industry is now changing quickly. And the influence of tech goes way beyond just selling insurance online or through an app.
Mobile messaging used to be simple. It was merely for sending texts to friends. Now a chat session can contain pics, videos and maps. So can messaging apps become a start point for shopping too – as they are in China? It’s complicated…
Wealth managers have long seen robo-advice and human expertise as distinct alternatives. But, argues Dolfin CEO Denis Nagy, firms can offer the two in tandem – and they must, if they are to avoid being left behind.
What lies ahead for motor sport in a world that’s turning against petrol-powered cars and possibly even human drivers? With the first ever autonomous car competition on the horizon, we ponder the formula of the future.
Humans have been making wine for more than 6,000 years – but today, technology is revolutionising the way wine is produced, presenting new opportunities for collectors and investors. Simon Black, Senior Wealth Manager at Dolfin and a wine enthusiast, explains.
Who are the millennials? Are they really more self-obsessed than previous generations? More indebted? We look at the spending habits of young people – and what they might mean for investors.
Mobile trading apps promise to take the hassle – and the cost – out of investing, democratising the process and opening the markets up to everyone. But will they take the place of the traditional broker model?