Questions of morality must be answered before we put autonomous vehicles on the road.
The government marks one hundred days amid a plagiarism scandal and the departure of one of its leaders.
A quantum mechanics principle provides a good summary of 2020 so far.
Not the global pandemic, nor impending recession.
We should not give up on tried and true measures just yet.
We cannot return to the pre-COVID world as it was.
Sunday saw shops open again and a Sme Rodina MP leave her plenipotentiary post after just a few days. Fico let slip an unintended confession.
Here is a snapshot of how volunteers for a Slovak NGO have helped others in Albania during the coronavirus pandemic.
Fearing advanced artificial intelligence is like fearing overcrowding on Mars - we haven't even landed yet.
If Slovakia has had five deaths per one million inabitants so far, surely other European countries could have done that as well
This country also needs to say its black lives matter.
Slovakia was mentioned in international media after a school attack. The police are hard at work.
Richard Roštecký of Touch4IT explains the dominant trends defining the era of digital transformation.
I find myself in the strange position of agreeing with Boris Johnson.
I wanted to show how many times we came close to losing freedom, says European Press Prize laureate Beata Balogová.
In which your correspondent inadvertently circumnavigates the globe in the middle of a pandemic.
COVID-19 has given an indication that Brexit is unlikely to go well, least of all for the UK, Tony Blair's former top adviser writes for The Slovak Spectator.
Lifting the coronavirus measures is not a birthday party.
Donald Trump's response is — yet another — reminder of how very bad he is at his job.
Artificial intelligence is becoming more and more advanced, but humans still do some jobs better than robots.