18 Jul 2018

These Are The World’s Most Future-Proof Cities

As technology changes the way people live and work, cities are undergoing an unprecedented transformation.

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17 Jul 2018

A Rise Of Voice Search And Voice Assistants

Although seemingly a fairly new tech innovation, the use of voice search has actually been

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17 Jul 2018

Who Has The Highest Density Of Robot Workers In The World

Industrial robots are no longer preserved for a select few companies. And they aren’t so

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13 Jul 2018

The Top 10 Best Cities for STEM Workers

Looking for a great city with high-paying STEM jobs? When it comes to promising career

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11 Jul 2018

How Would Engineers Build The Golden Gate Bridge Today?

Ever since the Golden Gate Bridge opened to traffic on May 27, 1937, it’s been

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09 Jul 2018

Web Access Alone Won’t Bridge Digital Divide

Students from lower socioeconomic backgrounds and female, African American, and Hispanic students report significantly lower

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06 Jul 2018

5 California Tech Cities You’ve Probably Never Heard Of

Palo Alto and San Francisco are well-known tech hubs, but these lesser-known California cities offer

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06 Jul 2018

New Tech Only Benefits The Elite Until The People Demand More

The United States faces an infrastructure crisis. Report after report warns that the nation’s networks are old,

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03 Jul 2018

Steps You Should Take When Starting Your Own IT Business

There may come a time in your life when you question why you’re not working

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28 Jun 2018

The way forward for intersection design?

A major issue for road safety is collisions at intersections between vehicles and vulnerable road

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27 Jun 2018

Why Now Is The Time To Launch Your Startup

If you dream of launching your own venture but have been putting this off for

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15 Jun 2018

The World’s Biggest Sources Of Renewable Energy

In the last few decades, we have come to realise the potentially devastating impact of

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14 Jun 2018

How Technology Has Changed Online Gambling

The world of technology is continuously striving forward, meaning technology advancements have allowed society to

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11 Jun 2018

The Secret Solution To Urban Heat As Taught By Termites

How do you cool a building without air conditioning? In nature, termites build skyscraper-like mounds

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09 Jun 2018

The Challenges Of Keeping The Masses Moving Up, Down & Across

Cities worldwide face the problems and possibilities of “volume”: the stacking and moving of people

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01 Jun 2018

NASA’s Building New Tools To Manage Water As Climate Dangers Grow

After an unusually dry winter, a late-season storm finally soaked California in early March, piling up

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26 May 2018

Computer Systems For Your New Business

When you’re planning to start a business, your focus will be on the products or

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25 May 2018

What Is GDPR? Everything You Need To Know About The New General Data Protection Regulations

General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, is coming. Here’s what it means, how it’ll impact

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11 May 2018

Big Tech Is An Extractive Industry, It Must Be Regulated As Such

The biggest scandal of the power of Big Tech is not privacy. There is a

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08 May 2018

The Tech Bias : Why Silicon Valley Needs Social Theory

In the summer of 2017, a now infamous memo came to light. Written by James Damore, then

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07 May 2018

How Well Prepared Are Local Governments To Respond To Cyberthreats?

Within the past few weeks, two large American cities learned that their information systems were

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04 May 2018

Dungeons & Dragons, Not Chess & Go : Why AI Needs Roleplay

Everyone had died – not that you’d know it, from how they were laughing about

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03 May 2018

How To Wrestle Your Data From Data Brokers, Silicon Valley — & Cambridge Analytica

Cambridge Analytica thinks that I’m a “Very Unlikely Republican.” Another political data firm, ALC Digital,

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26 Apr 2018

Israeli Spies Spied Russian Spies Spying On American Spy

No, it actually isn’t the plot of a movie. It’s a chain of events described in

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23 Apr 2018

With Smart Cities, Your Every Step Will Be Recorded

Modern cities are brimming with objects that receive, collect and transmit data. This includes mobile phones

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20 Apr 2018

The Rise Of The Rest (Of The World)

American cities still have the edge when it comes to high-tech startups and venture capital,

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19 Apr 2018

Could Singapore Hold The Secret To Preparing Workers For An Uncertain Future?

It’s called second-skilling: developing your skills for a new job while you’re still working. The

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19 Apr 2018

Why Getting Back To The Moon Is So Damn Hard

The $20 million Lunar X Prize was supposed to send startups into space. The cost

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18 Apr 2018

How The U.S. Needs To Prepare For The Age Of Artificial Intelligence

Government indifference toward AI could let the US lose ground to rival countries. But what

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18 Apr 2018

Robot Cities: Three Urban Prototypes For Future Living

Before I started working on real-world robots, I wrote about their fictional and historical ancestors.

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17 Apr 2018

It’s Time To Regulate ‘Smart City’ Technology, Too

This isn’t just about Facebook: When Google is building cities and cars are turning into

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12 Apr 2018

The Plague Inspired Da Vinci To Design A City. We Should Steal His Ideas

The bubonic plague spread, in part, because of poor urban planning. Leonardo da Vinci came

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12 Apr 2018

How Do You Identify Fake News?

Remember when 318 people were shot in Chicago on Halloween 2015 and former President Barack Obama declared

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11 Apr 2018

Why The Business Model Of Social Media Giants Like Facebook Is Incompatible With Human Rights

Facebook has had a bad few weeks. The social media giant had to apologise for failing to

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10 Apr 2018

Are Your Phone Camera & Microphone Spying On You?

Taping over the lens is just the first step in keeping online snoopers out of

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06 Apr 2018

Which are The Best Public Transit-Friendly Cities in America?

Living in a city that has great public transit access can be a big bonus

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06 Apr 2018

Technologies That Are Driving The Online Casinos Of Today

The technologies driving the online casinos of today have evolved gradually and tremendously over the

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05 Apr 2018

How The New Science Of Computational History Is Changing The Study Of The Past

Applying network theory to medieval records suggests that historical events are governed by “laws of

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05 Apr 2018

Europe’s Most Densely Populated Square Kilometres – Mapped

Prof Alasdair Rae at the University of Sheffield has crunched data from the Global Human Settlement Layer

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03 Apr 2018

What Will New Zealand’s New Government Bring For Towns And Cities?

Almost 90% of New Zealand’s population is urbanised. Getting policy right for towns and cities

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02 Apr 2018

What Smartphone Photography Is Doing To Our Memories

Sharing photos may subtly change what — and how — we remember. Though they may

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02 Apr 2018

The Stockholm Metro: World’s Most Beautiful Underground System

The underground in Sweden’s capital city is not just a public transportation system but the world’s

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02 Apr 2018

Infographic: Conquering The World – Chatbots Gone Wild

Are Chatbots the Next Big Thing? Businesses are always looking for new and innovative ways

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28 Mar 2018

What Does Particle Physics Have To Do With Art Authentication & Restoration?

This year is the European year of cultural heritage, but what does particle physics have

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27 Mar 2018

Academic Town: The Soviet Union’s Answer To America’s Silicon Valley

Tucked away in a remote forest of birch and pine in the heart of Siberia,

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26 Mar 2018

Massive Study Of Chess Games Reveals How & Why Humans Make Mistakes

Decision making is influenced by the complexity of the situation, the skill of the decision

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26 Mar 2018

Singapore Changi Airport 2018: World’s Best Airport For 6th Consecutive Year

Singapore’s Changi Airport has been voted by air travellers as the world’s best at the

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24 Mar 2018

A Brief History Of The Wristwatch

The military origins of wearable tech, a century before the Apple Watch. On July 9,

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