Arguably, only a handful of journalists are likely to hear all 39 hours of Gorilla, but the public will no doubt jump at some sequences.
Jaroslav Haščák tried to control the state without voters giving him that power.
These are the three most possible applications of AI in the battle against climate change.
Martin Slivka, Director of Sales and Marketing, Wellness Hotel Patince, takes a closer look at how digital trends are transforming the hospitality sector.
One third of jobs in Slovakia are at risk of being lost due to automation.
With the city preparing to impose city-wide car parking restrictions, the character of Bratislava is about to change.
Pro-life and pro-climate action marches attracted large but differing numbers last weekend. Why?
AmCham’s Executive Director Ronald Blaško offers his view of Slovakia’s innovation potential in the European and global context, identifying the main obstacles that prevent its full realization.
While older people are the least willing to change their habits, they are also most likely to vote.
How can a government that spends time looking for new ways to harass the press be trusted to secure accountability for the state’s failure to protect journalists?
Right of reply was introduced out of the wrong motivation with wrong timing.
The time for a radical change is now! Peter Kolesár, Partner, Civitta Slovakia, maps out the necessary steps on the path to an innovative economy, Slovakia's chance to remain competitive and mitigate a looming…
The European Commission does not want to protect us from the sushi that Commissioners have for lunch. They mean migrants.
Slovakia enjoys an unprecedented era of security, sovereignty, and prosperity with membership in NATO and the EU guaranteeing your hard-won freedoms, new US ambassador to Slovakia wrote.
Foreigners cannot avoid paying higher kindergarten fees. Where's the justice in that?
But many problems related to foreigners asking for permanent residence left out.
Ronald Blaško, Executive Director, AmCham Slovakia describes three megatrends resulting from the ongoing 4th industrial revolution which are likely to shape our future.
Peter Rusiňák, Policy Officer, AmCham Slovakia, explains why Slovakia's Labor Code urgently needs changes reflecting the reality of Industry 4.0 and the effects of digitalization and automated processes.
This week, Slovakia marks 75 years since the Slovak National Uprising. But what was the SNP, and what is its significance?
Depressingly, it is not just the fashion of the 1990s that is making a comeback in Slovakia.