Martin Hilbert
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The world’s technological capacity to store, communicate, and compute information
M Hilbert, P López
science 332 (6025), 60-65, 2011
Big data for development: A review of promises and challenges
M Hilbert
Development Policy Review 34 (1), 135-174, 2016
Digital gender divide or technologically empowered women in developing countries? A typical case of lies, damned lies, and statistics
M Hilbert
Women's studies international forum 34 (6), 479-489, 2011
Toward a synthesis of cognitive biases: how noisy information processing can bias human decision making.
M Hilbert
Psychological bulletin 138 (2), 211, 2012
The end justifies the definition: The manifold outlooks on the digital divide and their practical usefulness for policy-making
M Hilbert
Telecommunications Policy 35 (8), 715-736, 2011
La Sociedad de la Información en América Latina y el Caribe: Desarrollo de las Tecnologías y Tecnologías para el Desarrollo
W Peres Núñez, MR Hilbert
Cepal, 2009
The bad news is that the digital access divide is here to stay: Domestically installed bandwidths among 172 countries for 1986–2014
M Hilbert
Telecommunications Policy 40 (6), 567-581, 2016
Los caminos hacia una sociedad de la información en América Latina y el Caribe
J Katz, MR Hilbert
CEPAL, 2003
The maturing concept of e-democracy: From e-voting and online consultations to democratic value out of jumbled online chatter
M Hilbert
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 6 (2), 87-110, 2009
When is cheap, cheap enough to bridge the digital divide? Modeling income related structural challenges of technology diffusion in Latin America
M Hilbert
World Development 38 (5), 756-770, 2010
Digital technology and international trade: Is it the quantity of subscriptions or the quality of data speed that matters?
AL Abeliansky, M Hilbert
Telecommunications Policy 41 (1), 35-48, 2017
Digital technology and social change: the digital transformation of society from a historical perspective
M Hilbert
Dialogues in clinical neuroscience 22 (2), 189-194, 2020
One step, two step, network step? Complementary perspectives on communication flows in Twittered citizen protests
M Hilbert, J Vásquez, D Halpern, S Valenzuela, E Arriagada
Social science computer review 35 (4), 444-461, 2017
How much information is there in the “information society”?
M Hilbert
Significance 9 (4), 8-12, 2012
Technological information inequality as an incessantly moving target: The redistribution of information and communication capacities between 1986 and 2010
M Hilbert
Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology 65 (4 …, 2014
Do search algorithms endanger democracy? An experimental investigation of algorithm effects on political polarization
J Cho, S Ahmed, M Hilbert, B Liu, J Luu
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 64 (2), 150-172, 2020
Foresight tools for participative policy-making in inter-governmental processes in developing countries: Lessons learned from the eLAC Policy Priorities Delphi
M Hilbert, I Miles, J Othmer
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 76 (7), 880-896, 2009
Predicting elections from social media: a three-country, three-method comparative study
K Jaidka, S Ahmed, M Skoric, M Hilbert
Asian Journal of Communication 29 (3), 252-273, 2019
Building an information society: a Latin American and Caribbean perspective (LC/L. 1845)
M Hilbert, J Katz
Santiago, Chile, Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean …, 2003
Information in the biosphere: Biological and digital worlds
MR Gillings, M Hilbert, DJ Kemp
Trends in ecology & evolution 31 (3), 180-189, 2016
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