Big data and psychological operations have played a big role in people’s lives, likely without their knowledge. Personal data is being used in ways that allow people to be surrounded by misinformation, thus influencing their beliefs. Social media is flooded ...

I have grown up in cyberspace as much as I have in the physical world. The internet has shaped so much of me and I, it. Much like the rest of Gen-Z, I find myself on my screen at least ...

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) labeled 2020 as, “a decisive decade for journalism, exacerbated by coronavirus.” With democratic backsliding, civil unrest and economic turmoil taking place amid the COVID-19 pandemic, which is devastating countries throughout the world, journalism and journalists have ...

Ever-present in society is the need to conduct economic transactions. In some places, fresh produce and livestock facilitate trade, while in others, coins and paper currency are the means of exchange. Today, however, economic transactions increasingly depend on an exploding ...

U.S.-China tensions have long been simmering since the trade war started in 2018, with the two countries clashing over technology, trade and more. Prior to this year, members of the media were largely left out of this dispute. However, things ...

In many ways, the coronavirus pandemic has started a global biotechnology “race.” Powerful countries have rapidly invested in vaccine research, eager not only to attain a sense of normalcy for citizens, but to display technological dominance. The results have been ...

In 2008, at the height of one of the worst financial crises in America’s history, Brian Chesky, Nathan Blecharczyk and Joe Gebbia formulated an idea that would disrupt the entire hotel industry. What was initially a company that operated straight ...

In early September, the Taliban and the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan began historic peace talks in Doha, Qatar aimed at actualizing a power-sharing government after nearly two decades of war. Following repeated delays and arduous negotiations, delegations from the two ...

On July 15, Russia quietly tested their newest space weapon, launching a mysterious projectile from the Cosmos 2543 satellite, which was, for all official purposes, meant solely to act as an inspection system. Despite the Russian Foreign Ministry declaring that ...

19,000 seats, with more than two-thirds empty — this was the scene at President Donald Trump’s June rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma. This poor turnout was largely attributed to the organizing efforts of K-Pop fans in the digital space, who had ...