Estonia is one of Europe’s digital pioneers. The public sector is now all organized online, conditions for start-ups are ideal, and the young and old alike are actively involved.
The recent US cyberattack against Iranian weapons systems is just the latest example of how conflicts are spilling into the virtual sphere. Germany, however, is hesitant to join the digital arms race. DW investigates.
First results from Estonia's parliamentary election showed an unexpectedly large lead for the right-wing Reform Party, with the ruling Center Party suffering a slump. The populist EKRE was expected to make gains.
A translation startup from Germany is surprising many users by how well it translates texts. It is now offering two more languages: Russian and Portuguese. What is it that makes DeepL better than Google Translate?
Both China and Estonia have built digital public data systems that play a big role in everyday life. The major difference is China is exerting control and Estonia is fostering trust.
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