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Interview on Radio Nacional de España

Yesterday I had a privilege to be interviewed by RNE (Radio Nacional de España) for their Cinco Continentes program. This program highlights International Relations news and deeply analyses current situation in foreign affairs. The interview was about my blog www.elexterior.es that I was writing while studying Political Science at Rey Juan Carlos University. It’s a great pleasure to be recognized in such way. An excerpt of the program with my interview below:Read More »Interview on Radio Nacional de España

What would be the last job on Earth?

In this animated video The Guardian depicts a not so far future, where most of the jobs are performed by automated machines. This makes me ask myself, what would be the last job ever? Economists say that education and entertainment will be the only industries that survive the robotization. What I think is that we don’t know what kind of jobs will appear in the future, but anything that implies creativity will requiere human approach. I don’t believe that there ever be such thing as “last job”, what I believe is that the notion of “job” known to us will evolve with time. Human brain is too powerful and sophisticated to get rid of it completely.Read More »What would be the last job on Earth?

Facebook innovation

I think this is the most exciting video I’ve seen this year. Facebook engineered this solar drone that will stay flying for days to beam the internet down to Earth.

Although the idea of having the internet all over the Planet is very nice, I feel much more intrigued by the fact that there will be a mean of keeping for long periods of time a man made object in the air without the need of sending anything to space. This will open huge possibilities like real time road traffic management, law enforcement, response to disasters, air traffic control, full worldwide communication coverage and so on.Read More »Facebook innovation

Superforecasters

This week I had a chance to assist a conference with The Economist Editor Daniel Franklin. Titled as “The World in 2016”, the speech was all about expectations for this year. Mr. Franklin exposed their… Read More »Superforecasters