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An online magazine for technology culture. Bring on the future.
Nobody knows what tomorrow will bring. And yet, we all want tomorrow to come.
In technology, we see two opposing views of the future: a bleak vision of tomorrow, with Artificial Intelligence taking over, privacy lost and we all turning into robots who cannot take our eyes off the constant drumbeat of news and images and messages targeting us.
And there is the other side: a vision of a future in which technology brings wealth to people so far left behind, where it brings freedom to regions that are in need. Technology that improves our health and wealth and education. Technology for a better world.
Tomorrow unlocked tells stories that try to moderate between these two worlds. We showcase the innovators that pioneer technology for a better world. We look at the heroes of today, who help avoid the worst, willingly or unwillingly, who help to uphold hope and who go beyond to protect freedom online.
And we discuss digital lifestyles of today and tomorrow. Will we be able to maintain mobility while preserving the planet? Will technology bring us closer to each other? Will we be able to experience the world in ways never imagined, because technology opens new perspectives?
Tomorrow Unlocked is an online medium for technology culture, created and maintained by Kaspersky. Bring on the future.
We are based at Bahnhofstr 100, 8001 Zurich, Switzerland and are best to reach by email: tomorrowunlocked(at)kaspersky.com.
While COVID seemed to make everything worse, some positive sides appeared, too.
We have all been in some kind of pandemic-changed life for months now. While the strictest lockdowns are being lifted, the next wave might already be coming back. But besides all the bad news which came up in our daily news ticker, there have been also many positive news and quite creative outcomes. So, enjoy some of the greatest positive outcomes during corona-crisis.
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