Stanford researcher Lucy Bernholz is re-imagining what philanthropy looks like and is trying to understand how average people create, fund and distribute shared social goods in the digital age.
Parents who spy on their children’s online activity run the risk of doing more harm than good, an expert says.
A video of Ahmaud Arbery was widely seen and shared by the citizens who could be called on to judge the accused killers. The issue was recently argued before the Supreme Court.
Media houses with digital and traditional newsrooms need to create collaborative environments to address the tensions that often emerge between the old and the new.
If this is just one experiment among of tens of thousands, as Google has admitted, in what other ways might users have been manipulated in the past?
In an age of democracy via social media, platforms are struggling to combat visual mis/disinformation such as ‘spliced’ images and deepfakes. Digital media literacy has never been so important.
The upcoming Galaxy Z Fold 2 is almost three-quarters screen. And while that’s convenient, it’s important to actually be able to hold the phone. As design evolves, how do manufacturers adapt?
Debate is raging as to whether Uganda can hold a scientific election, preceded by mass media and digital campaigns.
Nigeria must give more attention to teaching of digital skills and issues surrounding digital life as digital technologies have come to stay.
While more people are using the internet and social media during the pandemic, they aren’t entirely happy with what they see.
Last year saw the first cohort of English literature students who were born in or beyond 2000 – the so-called digital generation. I wanted to know whether the classics still affected their lives.
Most students think they know how to use the internet to search for information, and teachers agree. But this isn’t always the case.
As the head of a media and communications program, my life’s digital-analogue balance was off. Four weeks at sea with no devices refocussed my views – even on things that had been there all along.
The death of the BBC Red Button teletext service marks the end of an analogue era.
A New York Times decision has led to predictions of the death of cartooning. But rather than perishing, is the global art form just feeling the full force of technological and workplace change?
In the late 1970s, 52 percent of 12th-graders hung out with their friends almost every day. By 2017, only 28 percent were doing so.
With digital immortality comes fear of digital erasure from those who treasure messages and photos of dead loved ones.
Learning to code is often presented as a solution to job market problems of the 21st century, but are students really learning the competencies they will need?
Go beyond the corporate jargon to really understand the freedom and challenges that come with being a digital nomad.
When building a smart city, it’s vital that governments and citizens know up-front who will control the collected data.