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The Circle of Virtuous Communication

At the end of the second day of the Berlin Conference on Technology, Innovation and Access to Justice, just before we went home, co-organiser Siddarth de Souza got us to play with the lego box. The task was to demonstrate something about the future of the discussion we had just had. This allows you to … Continue reading The Circle of Virtuous Communication

A Universal Basic Income, Technology and Access to Justice

The notion of a ‘universal basic income’ (UBI) is one of the ideas which is floating around Silicon Valley.  It gets this explanation in Brynjolfsson and McAfee’s The Second Machine Age: ‘the government [would] distribute an equal amount of money to everyone in the country each year, without doing any means of testing or other … Continue reading A Universal Basic Income, Technology and Access to Justice