The lag of German car manufacturers in the development of an operating system seems to be growing at an alarming rate, writes Bernd Maier-Leppla.
Martien Visser takes a closer look at the IEA's Net-Zero scenario. "What if from 2040 onwards, climate change leads to prolonged winter periods with no wind in the North Sea?"
The world of car insurances is about to change dramatically, Carlo van de Weijer writes. But this is not because of the growth in autonomous driving.
Our society is being digitized at a rapid pace. The question is to what extent technology will not only support but also determine our lives, columnist Maarten Steinbuch writes.
Researchers in Vienna discussed the question of whether artificial intelligence will revolutionize medicine. They see stumbling blocks in the fears of patients and in still unresolved legal issues.
Producing synthetic kerosene, also called e-fuel, will be a huge economic activity in the next decades. One day, it will be cheaper to make fuel than to pump and refine oil, Maarten Steinbuch says.
To improve safety for cyclists, we don't need a helmet obligation, Carlo van de Weijer says in his column. More and wider bicycle paths would be a better solution.
Avid twitterer Eugène Franken is fast approaching 10,000 followers. He writes about the secret of a good tweet and wonders out loud if tweets also contribute to innovation.
Climate alderman Rik Thijs wonders if taking sustainability measures is too complicated, or whether the positive effects may be too invisible.
Elon Musk's achievements contribute a lot to a better mobile future. But that won't be a future with lots of robotaxis.