Danish photo editor, Thomas Borberg, is sick of seeing pictures of people that are «just standing there.»Read More
Professor Astrid Gynnild was a featured guest on the radio show Kurér on NRK to talk about the use of drones in journalism.Read More
Contemporary surveillance is seeping and spreading into many life areas where it once had only marginal sway. The shiny screen becomes the main character in the culture of surveillance.Read More
The cookie monster gives you better ads and cashes in on your personality. Newspapers are becoming a part of the surveillance capitalism.
We are becoming the product of technology, instead of producing it. If technological determinism is right, why should we try harder? It’s an intellectual obligation to double check, just in case.Read More
Through smart street lights and AI, creating the chilling feeling of never being able to do anything without being watched.Read More
Humanoid sex dolls and robot brothels are coming, but how realistic should your sex doll be?Read More
Who knows what is fake and what is real? Duc Tien Dang Nguyen does. Through photo forensics, he reveals the best photoshopped examples, and gives you a few tips on how you can spot a fake image.
The lights are watching you. Street lights equipped with sensors can monitor all your movements in public places.Read More
Balloons, kites, pigeons, aeroplanes and helicopters have all been used to take aerial photos. Today, drones and satellites can replace the pigeons.Read More
You know how to lock your bike, but do you know how to keep your data safe? Digital self-defence becomes too complex for many to deal with, but you don’t have a choice. Danish journalist Freja Wedenborg explains digital tools that makes digital self-defence just as easy as locking your bike.Read More
Did you miss out of this years ViSmedia conference? or just like to reminisce , don’t worry! See all the pictures and the presentations here.Read More
In his speech he reminded us all of the importance of understanding and seeking knowledge about new technology. Olsen emphasized that research and development of new technology is both significant and alarming.Read More
By 2021, they will use face recognition to identify 100% of international passengers at US airports. One problem with this is false matches.
Can philosophy help us understand and relate to Virtual Reality? Who knows? But that’s the sort of questions that intrigue Joakim Vindenes, a research fellow at the Center for the Science of Learning and Technology (SLATE) at the University of Bergen.Read More
How does the secret architecture of surveillance capitalism play out? And what is the role of the tech giants in a society where computing increasingly invade privacy and even the bodies of humans?Read More
Welcome to ViSmedia annual media conference! This years topic is set on the future of visual transparency challenges our perceptions of the world. Come explore new outlooks on robots, satellites, street sensors and immersive gadgets piloting the media.Read More
Tone-Mette Sjømoen, director of the Norwegian Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority, said. Sjømoen was invited to give a talk on 5G and radiaton at ViSmedias 5G seminar in Media City Bergen the 10. of January.Read More
Should we expose ourselves to radiation, and are we ready for this new technology? Welcome to our breakfast seminar on 5G!Read More