In my role as DW's chief technology correspondent, I reported and anchored a series of documentaries that shed light on how technology impacts democracy — and how this could change society in the coming years and decades. 

Can Europe compete in the race for AI?

The race for artificial intelligence is on: With AI poised to reshape the global balance of power, companies and countries are competing to develop the most advanced technology.

Europe is determined to catch up with its own vision for AI. But will this strategy work out? We traveled across the continent and met with AI pioneers, government officials, and industry insiders to find out. (DW, August 2023)

How to regulate AI

As artificial intelligence reshapes society, experts agree that rules will be essential. The EU's upcoming AI Act is the most comprehensive rulebook to date. 

We take a deep dive into the debate, introducing the key positions and meeting a lawmaker in charge of writing these rules.  (DW, June 2023)

How to hack an election

Around the world, cyber-attackers try to meddle in elections. Some of their methods have been tested for decades. Others use brand-new technology, taking interference to the next level. 

Here's how individuals, parties or entire countries try to hack elections — and how they can be protected. (DW, September 2021)

Why the internet is so slow in Germany 

For years, Europe’s largest economy has failed to roll out good internet connections — and that’s increasingly a problem. 

The story of one small village in central Germany and how it’s been fighting for better internet highlights everything that’s wrong with Germany’s internet rollout. (DW, July 2021)

Big Tech under fire

Governments around the globe have zeroed in on the world’s largest tech companies.

But how did Big Tech come under so much fire? And how did it get so big in the first place? (DW, April 2021)

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