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Osman Ahmed is one of Kurdistan’s best-known artists; his pictures have appeared in galleries across the Middle East and Europe, including the Tate Britain in London https://t.co/OrB711bkkT

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Whatever coalition emerges, it must soon learn to govern without depending on Mahathir Mohamad https://t.co/KcCAWEQd2D

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This painting evokes a time when the planet belonged to animals and animals did not belong to us https://t.co/YLMzfMDFl4 From @1843mag

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This gives way to a major question: how much wealth will the new data economy create, and how will it be distributed? Explore our special report here (9/9) https://t.co/rPapqA5fCe

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The data economy as it exists today is already very unequal. America and China account for 90% of the market capitalisation of the world’s 70 largest platforms (8/9) https://t.co/rPapqA5fCe

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The flow of data is increasingly blocked by governments. Virtual borders are popping up in the digital cloud (7/9) https://t.co/x2940nnEjY

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More and more businesses trust the cloud, and continue to move data to the computing skies. AI, which feeds off that data, can then help boost revenues and profits (6/9) https://t.co/g6Ui1Y7Vc9

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Digital information once lived only on the device where it was created, but now more data flow to big cloud-computing factories (4/9) https://t.co/egmS4kUHLT

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Deciding ownership and value of this data is difficult. Some want to treat their data as personal property, while others envision democratically sharing data as a free resource (3/9) https://t.co/sqIAgEq4VQ

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It is estimated that the world will generate about 90 zettabytes of data—19 trn DVDs worth—this year and next. That's more than all data produced since the advent of computers (2/9) https://t.co/IhcWgSxuub

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"Mirror worlds"—new dimensions of human life based on and fuelled by data—are bringing about a distinct economy. How will it work? Thread 👇 (1/9) https://t.co/25NbpqwODL

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“I have a bit of a messiah complex...I think there’s a part of me that really does want to save the world, myself, everyone”⁠ https://t.co/syjlWFFI42 From @1843mag

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China's ambassador in Stockholm is riling up Swedes https://t.co/3F0bJUlPKo

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Today on “The Intelligence”: a tour of governments’ coronavirus responses, chaos in Malaysia’s politics and why Israel’s Saturday bus services are an election issue https://t.co/NUBzXTgpj9

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