DW's with a swag of reporters at Hanover Fair 2015, one of the biggest for tech industry developments. The theme: 'Make in India.' But let's be honest - it's the rollercoaster chair that's got everyone talking.
India's visiting prime minister and Chancellor Angela Merkel have called for closer commercial cooperation between the two countries. India is the partner nation to this year's industrial trade fair in Hanover. (13.04.2015)
No other wearable device has caused as big a stir as the Apple Watch. Reviews of its functionality and utility have been mixed, but that hasn't stopped Apple fans from lining up around the world to catch a first glimpse. (10.04.2015)
This year's edition of the CeBIT computer fair is over. Officially, the organizers are pleased with how it went. But DW's Henrik Böhme thinks that the fair, in its current form, has outlived its usefulness. (20.03.2015)
The Apollo missions to the Moon were very much a "white" science. Or so it's said. Where was the diversity?
Studies have shown that artificial intelligence can reflect the very prejudices humans have tried to overcome. As AI becomes "truly ubiquitous," rights groups have called on decision-makers to address algorithmic bias.
Is death and destruction the only way to do war? Or can it be less graphic, like a cyber attack on air traffic control, or an artificial intelligence bombarding emergency services with fake calls?
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