TECHNOLOGY

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OPINION

One of the priorities of the Portuguese EU Presidency is to raise awareness for the adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) in the production, distribution and consumption of news as well as to reflect on its impact on journalism in the digital era.


We're seeing a mania for wacky tech ideas, but tech bubbles aren't necessarily the worst thing. [Nicholas Law/The New York Times]
THE NEW YORK TIMES

Let’s talk about what Britain’s bicycle bubble more than a century ago has in common with current crazes for nonfungible tokens, technology startups and electric vehicle companies.


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NEWS

Six in 10 members of the Greek Panel of Economists at KEFiM, the Athens-based Markos Dragoumis Center for Liberal Studies, favor antitrust measures against big social media platforms given their dominant position in the market and their consequent influence on public opinion.


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ECONOMY

Information technology companies are bracing for a fierce battle to land the projects that the government will finance with 2 billion euros through the Next Generation EU resources – this is also a sector that thanks to the swing to tech amid the pandemic is expected to show very strong growth in the coming years.

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ECONOMY

Following an international tender, the leading satellite and ground communications solutions provider SES has selected the OTE Group’s Satellite Teleport in Thermopylae as a gateway site.



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TECHNOLOGY

The average internet speed in Greece rose by more than a third last year, compared to 2019, according to measurements by the Hyperion system of broadband connection assessment created by the National Commission for Telecommunications and Post (EETT).

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TECHNOLOGY

The Embassy of Israel in cooperation with the Greek Ministry of Interior and the Union of Municipalities of Greece (KEDE), with the support of the Israel Export Institute on Wednesday March 24th, organized a virtual event on “Smart Cities: Greek-Israeli Technology & Innovations Cooperation: Sharing & Learning.”


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ONLINE CERTIFICATES

A visit to the website of the Athens Archbishopric shows that citizens can now submit online applications for a series of documents, such as marriage and divorce certificates, as the Church is promoting the further digitalization of its services.

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BUSINESS

ETVA VIPE SA announced on Thursday it has reached an exclusive strategic partnership with Wind Hellas for the full modernization of the telecommunications infrastructure in 12 industrial regions around the country.