“We need to establish formulas for public oversight over digital technology” What is digital sovereignty, and how can we move towards it? That was the central theme of the seminar organized by the IN3 Communication[…]
Will we see wireless in the manufacturing industry soon?
By Cristina Cano, Borja Martínez and Xavi Vilajosana, researchers of the IN3’s WiNe research group Wireless technologies play an important part in the rising Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), which promises to deliver[…]
Marc Guerrero: “Setting up a startup is a professional challenge”
Marc Guerrero is a researcher in the Wireless Networks (WiNE) group at the Internet Interdisciplinary Institute (IN3). Together with his fellow researchers from the same group Guillem Boquet, the full professor of the Faculty of Computer Science,[…]
Science is not only knowledge; it is a whole state of mind!
By Sandrine Gallois, María Heras and Isabel Ruiz-Mallén researchers of the IN3’s TURBA Lab research group Education is often evaluated in terms of learning outcomes, primarily interpreted as an increase in content knowledge.[…]
Analyzing the future of humanity and technology
Antonio Calleja, researcher and coordinator of the Technopolitics research unit of the IN3’s Communication Networks & Social Change (CNSC) group, has recently published a fascinating article on transhumanism, technological humanism and posthumanism. The piece,[…]