Slovakia Before the Elections: A Chance for Change? 

 

The Liberals are looking to the next parliamentary elections in Slovakia with hope, but also with concern. A picture of the mood in the country.

The elections to the Slovak National Council, a unicameral parliament with 150 MPs, will take place on 29 February 2020. In addition to the established parties, numerous new political groups are competing for voters’ votes. The opposition has a clear goal: to replace the Social Democratic Party “Direction – Social Democracy” (Smer-SD), which is ruling in a tripartite coalition, after ten years of power. The Social Democrats lost the favor of voters especially in the past two years after numerous corruption scandals by their top politicians came to light. Despite the declared willingness to join forces, it seems that it is difficult for the opposition to find a common denominator. Continue reading

AI in Weapon Systems – Regulating the Robots 

How AI Changes the Future of Warfare

Copyright: U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Gary Granger Jr. – This Image was released by the United States Navy with the ID 130521-N-YR391-001.

 

In the past, civil society has often benefited from innovations in the military sector. The microwave, the ambulance and the Global Positioning System (GPS) are just a few examples of the components of our everyday lives that have emerged from military research. This logic could be reversed in the future. The rapid advances in civil research in artificial intelligence will radically change the future of warfare. Continue reading

Our exhibition at the Museum of European Cultures Berlin 

The Animate Europe exhibition is currently visiting Berlin! The Museum of European Cultures shows our comics in a beautiful exhibition called comiXconnection, which takes up the subject of current independent comics in Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Hungary and Romania. Continue reading