Nowadays we are immersed in the information society, Internet has become the decisive technology: billions of people all over the world can access free and immediate information. There is an immense amount of data that we can find online, it is necessary to educate people in managing that information.
Artificial intelligence, for those who do not use it on a daily basis, seems like a concept typical of great film productions or science fiction books. But the truth is that it is a set of almost century-old concepts that are increasingly present and to which we resort, often without realising it. Find out what artificial intelligence is, what it is for, what its risks and challenges are and what we expect from it in the future.
Mobile phone scams are becoming more frequent and the methods used to carry them out are becoming more complex. Smishing is a type of text message scam. Find out what it involves, what types exist and how to avoid falling victim to this scam.
The digital technologies we use on a daily basis have become a breeding ground for new forms of scams and frauds. One of these is vishing, a type of deception via a phone call. Find out what it involves, what types exist and how to avoid data spoofing.
With the turn of the millennium came a new concept that referred to the digital interconnection between objects in the physical world and the Internet. It was the so-called Internet of Things (IoT) and, according to estimates by the US company Cisco, by 2025 there will be 75 trillion connected devices. As a result, the capacity for data collection multiplies and makes it possible, if analysed correctly, to obtain individual patterns on a massive scale. This is the Internet of Behaviour (IoB).
Every video and photo we upload to social networks, every document we store in the cloud or every message we send. Digital pollution seems invisible and is silent, but it is no less real. With the advent of 5G and the growing fight against climate change, the concept of 'digital sustainability' is taking centre stage.
The no code or low code movement is a digital philosophy that allows anyone to create applications and programmes without needing to know programming. It is what is known as "programming without code" or "visual programming". In other words, development that dispenses with coding languages to make creation a simpler and more intuitive process.