Communication has become a power engine in the digital world. Can users evaluate the value of information spread or is it the system that sets the price for going online?
How much does it cost not to count the money? And how much money is enough for not setting an alarm? Buy success for a timecurrency.
Mind the closing doors and open a book when you are in the Moscow metro
Will journalists be replaced with big data? Big data will be replaced by Machine Learning and algorithms.
What secrets does data keep? Several mega leaks in the past decade didn't only reveal facts but also highlighted the importance of data analyzes.
In the times when the information has already become an asset , a wheelbarrow without a wheel writes about data rather than asks it. Will journalists talk to data or are they too shy? The interview is arranged
At a hackathon IT-projects are developed. Two days to create an application, a concept or a project and then pitch it to experts. What language would you chose to code?
One company offers a single account unifying person’s medical information from various sources – hospitals and clinics, both public and private.
The registration office gave me two options: either go to a hotel tonight and register there or leave the country. Sounds quite drastic, right?
A number of students from Asia, Europe and Russia attended the event to see what steps needed to be done in Africa regarding areas of sustainable development and protection of intrinsic human rights.
Viennese Ball stands above all cultural events of international life in Moscow. Representatives of international cultural communities, diplomats and artists join the Ball every year.
The founder and manager of several Accelerators and International Innovation centers across Israel Tal Catran delivered a lecture in Moscow.
Another funny stereotype is that French people are rude, which isn’t true, of course. They are very friendly people and know how to enjoy their life. In Moscow stereotypes about France were broken.
Originally, it had a single piece with thin shoulder straps, worn with a sleeveless vest, a “dushegreyka”, thus creating a desirable shape of two triangles inter-crossing in the middle.
It's believed that the Russian Theater will surely prosper if pushed forward by passionate individuals, and by actors who continue to reveal to us how the world is filled with unordinary characters.
We can drive one’s mind towards very different systems which employ creativity and new ideas.
Having spent my entire upbringing worth over twenty years in the country of my birth, Ghana, somewhere west on the African continent, many were those who thought my choice of Russia as the premier point of destination was clearly not right!