Giving people a ‘digital identity’ could leave them vulnerable to discrimination

Researchers at University of Exeter raise concerns that digital identity technology could also lead to indirect discrimination.

Highlights from MGF 2019

Highlights and observations from Moscow Global Forum – City of Education – 2019

Futures look bright in Skolkovo

How one area within Moscow is providing the world with technological, medical and academic innovation.

Teens face health and safety risks exploring sex online

Sexual health and victimisation heighten based on activity

Investment in AI is essential to modernise the education sector

Jayne Warburton, former Assistant Head Teacher and CEO EMEA, discusses artificial intelligence (AI) and its potential to modernise the UK education sector…

Parents, kids spend more time discussing how to use mobile technology

Study found that parents spend more time talking with children about the mechanics of using their mobile devices than they do about what they watch and download

Children’s sleep not significantly affected by screen time, new study finds

Screen-time has little impact on the quality of children’s sleep, according to new Oxford University.

How “tech intensity” is the call from Microsoft

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella calls for intensity to digital transformation.

Advertising in kids’ apps more prevalent than parents may realise

Ninety-five percent of reviewed apps for children ages 5 and under include at least one form of advertising, a new U-M study finds; why parents should pay attention

Children’s violent video game play associated with increased physical aggressive behaviour

Dartmouth analysis of multiple studies demonstrates how effect varies across ethnicity