Algorithms are reducing human autonomy, yet even their makers have little idea how some of them work.
How is UK charity, mySociety, helping civic communities around the world?
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The first step in combating workplace bullying is understanding why it happens. Then you can decide how to respond.
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New technology means that companies can track their staff everywhere, not just at work. Sounds great, doesn't it?
Canonical is planning to launch an Ubuntu Linux-based tablet later this year. Here's why that matters.
Whether you're for or against the fast-moving digital revolution, you can still learn from the opposing viewpoint.
The start-up scene in Australia and New Zealand could reap great results with the right funding and support, which is needed now, especially in Australia.
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Phil Muncaster reports on China and beyond