George Mavridis

George Mavridis is a freelance journalist and writer based in Greece. His work primarily covers tech, innovation, social media, digital communication, and politics. He graduated from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki with a BA in Journalism and Mass Communication. Also, he holds an MA in Media and Communication Studies from the Malmö University of Sweden and an MA in Digital Humanities from the Linnaeus University of Sweden.

Space influencers: In the vast expanse of the digital universe, a new breed of influencers has emerged, captivating audiences with their cosmic content and interstellar insights. From astronomy enthusiasts to space exploration advocates, these individuals have transformed social media platforms into virtual observatories, sharing

NASA astronauts accidentally dropped their toolbox during a walk around the International Space Station, and the drifting equipment may be observable from Earth. The astronauts Jasmine Mogbeli and Loral O'Hara spent six hours and 42 minutes outside the International Space Station for maintenance

Place of residence: Xanthi Position: Director at Xanthi American Space (Xanthi TechLab) Please describe a day in your life: A daily routine contains emails, networking, calls, and meetings. It's vital to have people you want to learn and be part of a community.  How

The much-anticipated 2023 State of DevOps report from DORA (DevOps Research and Assessment) has now been officially published. Drawing insights from a global pool of more than 36,000 professionals, this yearly Accelerate State of DevOps Report offers an impartial perspective

Google has announced a new Artificial Intelligence system that could significantly contribute to the training of robots to understand everyday tasks, such as garbage disposal. Dubbed the Robotics Transformer 2 (RT-2), this model is trained on information and images from the internet, which

As humans continue to explore and exploit the vast expanse of space, a growing concern is emerging in the form of space debris. Space debris, also known as space junk or orbital debris, consists of defunct satellites, spent rocket stages, fragments from

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