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From net neutrality to copyright: media law trends for 2015

The battle over how to protect an open internet, new copyright exceptions and the increasing influence of the European commission are just a few trends to monitor next year

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fonte: www.theguardian.com


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Tech Hiring Is Poised To Break Records In 2015

There has never been a better time to be in software, and the hiring trends prove it. According to Dice.com’s semi-annual report, tech hiring is at unprecedented levels. For tech professionals, this means that now is the time to ask for a better, higher-paying job.

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fonte: readwrite.com






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Why Uber is Not Part of the Sharing Economy

Last week Uber raised $1.2 billion in its latest round of funding, bringing the company’s value to about $40 billion. The headline on TheStreet was: “Uber’s $40 Billion Valuation Nears Facebook Territory as Sharing Economy Continues to Soar.”

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fonte: www.triplepundit.com


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16 Dezembro 2014 às 10:30

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Bruxelas aprova programa nacional de financiamento à Agricultura

O anúncio oficial será feito amanhã pela Comissão europeia, garantiu esta segunda-feira Assunção Cristas, ministra da Agricultura e do Mar. O Plano de Desenvolvimento Rural irá gerir quatro mil milhões de euros que o País receberá até 2020.

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fonte: www.jornaldenegocios.pt






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EU investment plan to boost digital technology

The European Commission’s investment drive to boost the region’s economy will include billions euros of spending on digital technology, EU Digital Economy Commissioner Günther Oettinger told a German magazine.

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fonte: www.euractiv.com


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11 Dezembro 2014 às 10:58

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Is It Time For Us To Disregard The Turing Test?

“Can machines think?” This is the question that Alan Turing, perhaps the first true computer scientist, posed to us almost 65 years ago and one that we’re still grappling with today as digital machines become (or rather, are made) more and more human.

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fonte: readwrite.com


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10 Dezembro 2014 às 10:50

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Internet firms push to be left out of EU cybersecurity law

Cisco and Google are seeking to be excluded from a new EU cybersecurity law that would force them to adopt tough security measures and report serious security breaches to national authorities.

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fonte: www.euractiv.com


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Noticias ao Minuto

Portugal está ainda longe dos números europeus, mas está, aos poucos, a aderir à moda de fazer compras online. O telemóvel, embora seja uma das formas utilizadas para consultar sites de lojas, é dos poucos meios onde o consumidor acabara por realizar uma compra, noticia o Público.

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fonte: www.noticiasaominuto.com


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Automation, jobs, and the future of work

The topic of job displacement has, throughout US history, ignited frustration over technological advances and their tendency to make traditional jobs obsolete; artisans protested textile mills in the early 19th century, for example. In recent years, start-ups and the high-tech industry have become the focus of this discussion. A recent Pew Research Center study found that technology experts are almost evenly split on whether robots and artificial intelligence will displace a significant number of jobs over the next decade, so there is plenty of room for debate.

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fonte: www.mckinsey.com


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You Stole Those Paper Clips Because You Were Stressed Out

From the bottomless well of anxiety among U.S. adults–America is the most anxious nation in the world, according to the World Health Organization–comes a new hazard: In addition to being less healthy and worse at negotiating (PDF), stressed-out adults are also more likely to make unethical decisions in the workplace, new research finds.

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fonte: www.businessweek.com