Expert Analysis

How to Regulate Disruptive Innovation

The digital economy requires a legal environment fit for the future. As emerging technologies create new business models, there grows a pressing need for creating, modifying and enforcing regulations. Yet, the challenge is finding a delicate balance between protecting public interests and allowing the innovation to flourish. Germany’s BDI[1] and Noerr LLP, a leading European law firm, presented…
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Expert Analysis

Confronting the Surveillance Capitalism

Isn’t it great that we now have more options with Amazon instead of being stuck with brick-and-mortar stores? March 11, 2019 by Berk Kocaman On this past 8th of March, a brave woman has stepped forward and openly declared that it is time to break up the platform giants…
Expert Analysis

Digital Society

Digital revolution affects all the aspects of our world, from agriculture to transportation to how we communicate with each other. Digital revolution is now decisively embedded throughout our daily activities,  and it starts blurring the lines with the physical world. The…
21. Century Zeitgeist

Design and Architecture for Sustainable Innovation

While technology triggers transformation in every aspect of our life, do design and architecture succeed to keep up with this change to provide us with suitable habitats to live in? Architecture is an industry inspired and transformed by evolution. Take Brunelleschi’s dome of the Santa Maria del Fiore in Florence, influenced by Pantheon and designed with Renaissance mathematics or Zaha…
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21. Century Zeitgeist

Digital Arts in a Digital Age

From airplane patterns, to music rhythms, roads and various trackable human habits, online data is used to explore new frontiers in digital arts. The resulting images, figures or pieces are not just condensed information; it’s art. Data is the digital equivalent of a…
21. Century Zeitgeist

Why We Established Beginning Node?

“The global system we are part of seems to be spinning out of control. Headlines around the world tell us something is amiss in many societies. I believe many of the developments we see today in individual countries and societies are part of an interconnected network of cause and effect. The entire global system is under stress.” (Klaus Schwab, Our global system has spun out of control.
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