The Global Tiller
Helping you navigate the complexities of our world
5 min to get fresh insights and a new perspective on global issues
Every week, The Global Tiller comes right into your Email to brings you deep analyses, overview and reflections on today's world, one topic at a time.
We thrive to provide you a clear understanding of our world from a unique point-of-view that you won't find on main stream channels!
Choice is right
This week, The Global Tiller examines the recent US Supreme Court decision on abortion and what it means for the rest of the world. We take a look at how other countries fare in terms of abortion rights for women and how banning abortion poses an even serious threat of state surveillance.
Do you Davos?
The global elite has gathered at Davos this week and we’re trying to see if any good will come out. This week, The Global Tiller reviews the ongoing World Economic Forum. We’ll take a look at what’s on the agenda and who is in attendance. Why are the "A-listers" avoiding the gathering and if it’s still relevant in a world suffering from stark global inequalities?
100 and counting
The Global Tiller is really a passion project for the both of us. It’s a way for us to make sense of what’s going on and declutter the news. It’s a way for us to reflect on what’s changing around the world and figuring out how it impacts us, not just two individuals living on a beautiful island but global citizens who are impacted by global trends just as much as someone living on a bustling continent.
Beware of bossware
This week, The Global Tiller dives into "bossware" — the technology giving rise to employee surveillance during the pandemic. We look into how the technology allows companies to monitor their employees’ activities, how it impacts their performance, and what actions are being taken to regulate this practice.
This week in The Global Tiller, we check in on artificial intelligence and see how far it has come along. What is it capable of and what are some areas where it’s still defeated by humans? We also look at the urgent conversations that need to happen as AI technology improves enough that computers are actually able to cook our dinners at home.