Jan 17, 2019
As a consumer, there isn’t much you can do other than to educate yourself. If you need a loan, make sure you do your research on your lender, and before you close the deal, make sure you understand your current level of debt.
Jan 9, 2019
Companies often find that employees enjoy the freedom of remote working and telecommuting, which creates a break from the boredom of spending 40-plus hours in a cubicle each week.
Jan 4, 2019
Technology certainly has a role in modern life. It can be used to improve health, safety, and comfort. But it shouldn’t be relied on for everything. There’s something to be said for disconnecting, struggling to overcome challenges, and learning the value of persistence.
Dec 10, 2018
With more advanced crime-solving technology comes some friction. Many in the general public want to know how much surveillance is too much, citing worries about Big Brother-like advances that could soon spin out of control.
Nov 16, 2018
Speech recognition may be nearly perfect. There’s still room for development, especially as new apps and devices attempt to push the limits of what can be done with the technology. In the coming years, expect more contextual recognition, based on emotions and tone.
Nov 13, 2018
Technologies are the end result of past research and engineering. They certainly aren’t the end. Tech tends to advance on an exponential scale, so with greater capabilities and more people interested in improving the lives of the disabled, we may see a more accessible world.
Oct 18, 2018
It’s nearly impossible to study the evolution of communication without accounting for the ways in which technology has contributed. There are countless influences. Keeping an eye on where technology is headed allows us to prepare and predict the future of communication and social interaction.
Jul 25, 2018
Kids are driven to get an education on the path to becoming innovators, and frequently see maintenance-oriented careers as beneath them, or at least undesirable. As a result, we have a dramatic shortage of maintainers in our society, and a painful surplus of hopeful innovators.