Technology is without a doubt growing and expanding on a monthly basis. It seems like every time you turn around there is a new computer or processor available. There is nothing wrong with this, as it is keeping the ma… Learn more.
You would think in this day and age that just about everyone would know how to use a computer or connect to Wi-Fi. Well, you might be surprised to learn that this isn’t exactly true. In fact, technology has somewha… Learn more.
The world is so dramatically different from what it was 20 years ago, it’s shocking. It used to be a big deal to have a cell phone back then, but nowadays not only does everyone have a cell phone (except me, when n… Learn more.
Blockchain with everything Like Ubik, the entropy-reversing spray from Philip K. Dick’s cult novel of the same name, blockchain is everywhere right now. The technology that underpins the bitcoin cryptocurrency and l… Learn more.
According to an August 2016 article published by eConsultancy, businesses across multiple industries use just one-half of one percent of the data available to them. One reason for this is the wrong assumption that on… Learn more.
With the average college student producing 640 pounds of solid waste each year, college administrators across the country and students themselves know that something must change. As students at the University of Geor… Learn more.
There is no doubt that digital technologies have disrupted our modes of teaching. The resources and inputs into teaching have changed to incorporate computer-aided approaches such as “flipped” classrooms, mobile-ph… Learn more.
Computers began reaching the business world during the 1980s. Companies used them to automate many routine manual tasks. This led to what economist Robert Solow dubbed the Productivity Paradox. In 1987, he famously qui… Learn more.
Mobile phones have become ubiquitous in Africa. Among younger users, basic phones are most common. But more pupils are accessing smartphones that can connect to the internet – and taking them along to school. Phones… Learn more.
In 2004, I moved to India to help found a new research lab for Microsoft. Based in Bangalore, it quickly became a hub for cutting-edge computer science. My own focus shifted with the move, and I began to explore appl… Learn more.