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Europol will launch a serious game on cryptocurrency crimes

At the sixth Cryptocurrency Conference 12 -14 June 2019, Europol announced the ongoing development of a serious game on cryptocurrency crimes. The game is planned to be launched in October 2019 at the seventh Europol-INTERPOL Cybercrime Conference. It is the first law enforcement training opportunity on cryptocurrency and investigation using …

Cost effective 3D-printing with up to ten materials

3D-printing is seen as one of the most vital technologies in building Industry 4.0. But still, the usefulness can be questioned since cost-effective 3D-printers only print one material at the time. This limits its scope of production dramatically. Even a more advanced 3D-printer that can manage three materials (cost around …

Keys to build a tech-friendly Work Environment – according to a new survey

A new Gallup/Northeastern University study shows that 73 percent of U.S. workers say artificial intelligence will eliminate more jobs than it creates. This should be seen in the light of that 47% of jobs in the U.S. today are at risk of being replaced within the next 20 years. At …

Digital Inspiration and Learning for the next generation Entrepreneurs

The world’s first digital Museum of Entrepreneurship has opened a website to celebrate innovations and achievements of entrepreneurs of our time. The new digital centre for entrepreneurship inspiration is curated by  Dr Stefania Zerbinati, Senior Lecturer in Entrepreneurship at Cass Business School in London. Where the main aim is to …

On what Millennials think of 5G and transformation of education

Millennials, the generation born between the 1980s to the beginning of the 21st Century, are more demanding than other generations when it comes to mobile- and internet technology, Ericsson Mobility Report 2017 shows. As this generation does not know a world without ICT they are now taking the lead towards …

Screen time has no impact on Teen’s Well-being, new research

In a massive study both in-depth and in-scope from Oxford University, the hypothesis of that long screen time is leading to psychological problems for teens are proven a myth. This contradicts several studies that have been published during recent years that have formed the basis for public and political discussions. …