Opinno

Opinno is the publishing company of MIT Technology Review in Spanish and Harvard Business Review in Spanish.

Content published by this author

Circular economy: towards a more sustainable world

The ideal aim pursued by the circular economy is that the word waste be erased from the dictionary. Since the Industrial Revolution, we have been rich in rubbish but poor in resources. The speed at which we are consuming the goods and services that we get from the planet, as well as the constantly rising population, mean that the pressure we are putting on ecosystems is becoming unsustainable in the future.

I want to read it

Television and social networks, the perfect duo

Television consumption has changed dramatically since the arrival of social networks, and the screen of our mobile phone has become even more of a protagonist than that of the television set. In order to be a 2.0 viewer you need to follow trending topics and hashtags and participate in the online social conversation in which the rest of the public is involved. Is social television already here?

I want to read it

Towards a cashless world

China is leading the way in the global trend towards digital payments, with 14 percent of its people already leaving the house without a wallet. Europe is following hot on China’s heels. Whether it is via a mobile phone, smart watch or internet platform, users are looking for faster, more secure and more convenient transactions. Are we facing the end of cash money?

I want to read it

Kristina Tsvetanova: an iPad for the blind

Reading an e-mail, studying your course material online or simply reading an e-book. For most, those tasks are a piece of cake. However, what about the sight impaired? During her last year of university, Kristina Tsvetanova witnessed how hard it was for her blind friend to follow an online course. There are narrating apps, of course, but they always get slow and tiresome when the texts are long. Can you imagine listening to an entire book read by a metallic, soulless voice?

I want to see it

Autonomous Vehicles: Here´s How They Drive Themselves

Having a car drive itself is more a question of technology than magic. Radars, sensors, cameras and artificial intelligence are some of the tricks hiding within the frames of these driverless vehicles, a breakthrough with the potential to not only greatly reduce the number of accidents but also completely revolutionize our economy. Click here to find out who (or what) will control the car that you won´t have to drive.

I want to read it