Monday, October 26, 2020

Could Schrödinger’s cat exist in real life? Our research may soon provide the answer

Have you ever been in more than one place at the same time? If you’re much bigger than an atom, the answer will be...

The fourth agricultural revolution is coming – but who will really benefit?

Depending on who you listen to, artificial intelligence may either free us from monotonous labour and unleash huge productivity gains, or create a dystopia...

Why AI can’t ever reach its full potential without a physical body

Artificial intelligence seems to be making enormous advances. It has become the key technology behind self-driving cars, automatic translation systems, speech and textual analysis, image processing...

Is COVID-19 the death knell for checks?

Americans love writing checks, and that’s what we all still do. Around 14 billion a year, in fact. You might argue that this humble piece...

How Remote Work Could Destroy Silicon Valley

The tech industry is built on serendipity. If workers flee the Bay Area, what’s left? There may be no richer Silicon Valley lore: It was...

A computer can guess more than 100,000,000,000 passwords per second. Still think yours is secure?

Passwords have been used for thousands of years as a means of identifying ourselves to others and in more recent times, to computers. It’s...

Airports, ATMs, hospitals: Microsoft Windows XP leak would be less of an issue, if so many didn’t use it

The source code of the Windows XP operating system is now circulating online as a huge 43GB mega-dump. Although the software is nearly two decades old,...

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Should bosses be able to spy on remote workers?

Anyone familiar with George Orwell’s novel 1984 will relate to the menace of Big Brother watching their every keystroke and mouse click. For a...

How to avoid Internet congestion during lockdown

The current health crisis has led to a rise in the use of digital services. Telework, along with school closures and the implementation of...

HPE opens its patents for fight against coronavirus

Since the Venetian Patent Statute of 1474, patents have been used to incentive innovation. By granting their owners an exclusive right to stop others...

Doomsday prepping in the age of coronavirus

Nestled among Kansas cornfields in a landscape devoid of any noticeable natural topography, a verdant mound can be seen from a dirt road. Surrounded...

How seasonal migration and empty centers might change our cities

The changes to urban space brought by the coronavirus have many people asking what the post-pandemic city might look like. For example, as people may...

How relaxed should you be in an online job interview?

If you have the good fortune of scoring a virtual job interview in the middle of a pandemic, the initial euphoria of potential employment...

The Covid lockdown forces a rethink of ‘screen time’

“How would we have coped before the internet?” is a quandary likely posed by someone you know. Beyond being a whimsical hypothetical, this question is...

Drones and aerial vehicles could change how we think of cities

Drones, personal flying vehicles and air taxis may be part of our everyday life in the very near future. Drones and air taxis will...

VR campus visits let students connect during SARS-COV2

When I first envisioned a phone app to replace the physical college campus tour, it was a way to enable rural students and those...

Covid-19 is bad news for foreign direct investment

Just over a year ago, InvestChile – the South American country’s foreign direct investment (FDI) promotion agency – welcomed 300 foreign investors of 21...

What you really need to know about Zoom security

The video conferencing app Zoom gained about 2 million new users in the first two months of 2020 – and that was before the...

Coronavirus contact tracing poses serious threats to privacy

We are all wondering how COVID-19 will end. We will not likely return to normal without a broadly distributed vaccine, which is a bracing...

Cisco commits $2.5bn for customers and partners

Cisco is continuing its global commitment to help customers and partners navigate an evolving landscape with the introduction of a new Business...

Tracking Covid could open a digital Pandora’s Box

The Covid-19 pandemic has brought new big data-driven practices of infectious disease surveillance to the forefront of efforts to track cases in...

Now is the time to close the digital divide

I’ve always believed that universal broadband internet access is a human right – just as important as food, shelter and water – that when...

Top tips for a successful transition to remote work

Effective remote work hinges on a disciplined awareness of the remote experience, exceptional communication habits, and a willingness to embrace technology. The...

Could Schrödinger’s cat exist in real life? Our research may soon provide the answer

Have you ever been in more than one place at the same time? If you’re much bigger than an atom, the answer will be...

The fourth agricultural revolution is coming – but who will really benefit?

Depending on who you listen to, artificial intelligence may either free us from monotonous labour and unleash huge productivity gains, or create a dystopia...

Why AI can’t ever reach its full potential without a physical body

Artificial intelligence seems to be making enormous advances. It has become the key technology behind self-driving cars, automatic translation systems, speech and textual analysis, image processing...

Is COVID-19 the death knell for checks?

Americans love writing checks, and that’s what we all still do. Around 14 billion a year, in fact. You might argue that this humble piece...

How Remote Work Could Destroy Silicon Valley

The tech industry is built on serendipity. If workers flee the Bay Area, what’s left? There may be no richer Silicon Valley lore: It was...

A computer can guess more than 100,000,000,000 passwords per second. Still think yours is secure?

Passwords have been used for thousands of years as a means of identifying ourselves to others and in more recent times, to computers. It’s...

Airports, ATMs, hospitals: Microsoft Windows XP leak would be less of an issue, if so many didn’t use it

The source code of the Windows XP operating system is now circulating online as a huge 43GB mega-dump. Although the software is nearly two decades old,...

Ultraviolet light can make indoor spaces safer during the pandemic – if used right

Ultraviolet light has a long history as a disinfectant and the SARS-CoV-2 virus, which causes COVID-19, is readily rendered harmless by UV light. The question is how...

Remote Work Is Killing the Hidden Trillion-Dollar Office Economy

For a decade, Carlos Silva has been gluing, nailing, and re-zippering shoes and boots at Stern Shoe Repair, a usually well-trafficked shop just outside...

Three research-based ways to cope with the uncertainties of pandemic life

It’s 1:36 a.m. and I’ve just gotten my daughter back to sleep after she threw up violently. She has no fever, no cough, no...

Could Schrödinger’s cat exist in real life? Our research may soon provide the answer

Have you ever been in more than one place at the same time? If you’re much bigger than an atom, the answer will be...

The fourth agricultural revolution is coming – but who will really benefit?

Depending on who you listen to, artificial intelligence may either free us from monotonous labour and unleash huge productivity gains, or create a dystopia...

Why AI can’t ever reach its full potential without a physical body

Artificial intelligence seems to be making enormous advances. It has become the key technology behind self-driving cars, automatic translation systems, speech and textual analysis, image processing...

Is COVID-19 the death knell for checks?

Americans love writing checks, and that’s what we all still do. Around 14 billion a year, in fact. You might argue that this humble piece...

How Remote Work Could Destroy Silicon Valley

The tech industry is built on serendipity. If workers flee the Bay Area, what’s left? There may be no richer Silicon Valley lore: It was...

A computer can guess more than 100,000,000,000 passwords per second. Still think yours is secure?

Passwords have been used for thousands of years as a means of identifying ourselves to others and in more recent times, to computers. It’s...

Airports, ATMs, hospitals: Microsoft Windows XP leak would be less of an issue, if so many didn’t use it

The source code of the Windows XP operating system is now circulating online as a huge 43GB mega-dump. Although the software is nearly two decades old,...

Ultraviolet light can make indoor spaces safer during the pandemic – if used right

Ultraviolet light has a long history as a disinfectant and the SARS-CoV-2 virus, which causes COVID-19, is readily rendered harmless by UV light. The question is how...

Remote Work Is Killing the Hidden Trillion-Dollar Office Economy

For a decade, Carlos Silva has been gluing, nailing, and re-zippering shoes and boots at Stern Shoe Repair, a usually well-trafficked shop just outside...

Three research-based ways to cope with the uncertainties of pandemic life

It’s 1:36 a.m. and I’ve just gotten my daughter back to sleep after she threw up violently. She has no fever, no cough, no...

Could Schrödinger’s cat exist in real life? Our research may soon provide the answer

Have you ever been in more than one place at the same time? If you’re much bigger than an atom, the answer will be...

The fourth agricultural revolution is coming – but who will really benefit?

Depending on who you listen to, artificial intelligence may either free us from monotonous labour and unleash huge productivity gains, or create a dystopia...

Why AI can’t ever reach its full potential without a physical body

Artificial intelligence seems to be making enormous advances. It has become the key technology behind self-driving cars, automatic translation systems, speech and textual analysis, image processing...

Is COVID-19 the death knell for checks?

Americans love writing checks, and that’s what we all still do. Around 14 billion a year, in fact. You might argue that this humble piece...

How Remote Work Could Destroy Silicon Valley

The tech industry is built on serendipity. If workers flee the Bay Area, what’s left? There may be no richer Silicon Valley lore: It was...

A computer can guess more than 100,000,000,000 passwords per second. Still think yours is secure?

Passwords have been used for thousands of years as a means of identifying ourselves to others and in more recent times, to computers. It’s...

Airports, ATMs, hospitals: Microsoft Windows XP leak would be less of an issue, if so many didn’t use it

The source code of the Windows XP operating system is now circulating online as a huge 43GB mega-dump. Although the software is nearly two decades old,...

Ultraviolet light can make indoor spaces safer during the pandemic – if used right

Ultraviolet light has a long history as a disinfectant and the SARS-CoV-2 virus, which causes COVID-19, is readily rendered harmless by UV light. The question is how...

Remote Work Is Killing the Hidden Trillion-Dollar Office Economy

For a decade, Carlos Silva has been gluing, nailing, and re-zippering shoes and boots at Stern Shoe Repair, a usually well-trafficked shop just outside...

Three research-based ways to cope with the uncertainties of pandemic life

It’s 1:36 a.m. and I’ve just gotten my daughter back to sleep after she threw up violently. She has no fever, no cough, no...

Could Schrödinger’s cat exist in real life? Our research may soon provide the answer

Have you ever been in more than one place at the same time? If you’re much bigger than an atom, the answer will be...

The fourth agricultural revolution is coming – but who will really benefit?

Depending on who you listen to, artificial intelligence may either free us from monotonous labour and unleash huge productivity gains, or create a dystopia...

Why AI can’t ever reach its full potential without a physical body

Artificial intelligence seems to be making enormous advances. It has become the key technology behind self-driving cars, automatic translation systems, speech and textual analysis, image processing...

Is COVID-19 the death knell for checks?

Americans love writing checks, and that’s what we all still do. Around 14 billion a year, in fact. You might argue that this humble piece...

How Remote Work Could Destroy Silicon Valley

The tech industry is built on serendipity. If workers flee the Bay Area, what’s left? There may be no richer Silicon Valley lore: It was...

A computer can guess more than 100,000,000,000 passwords per second. Still think yours is secure?

Passwords have been used for thousands of years as a means of identifying ourselves to others and in more recent times, to computers. It’s...

Airports, ATMs, hospitals: Microsoft Windows XP leak would be less of an issue, if so many didn’t use it

The source code of the Windows XP operating system is now circulating online as a huge 43GB mega-dump. Although the software is nearly two decades old,...

Ultraviolet light can make indoor spaces safer during the pandemic – if used right

Ultraviolet light has a long history as a disinfectant and the SARS-CoV-2 virus, which causes COVID-19, is readily rendered harmless by UV light. The question is how...

Remote Work Is Killing the Hidden Trillion-Dollar Office Economy

For a decade, Carlos Silva has been gluing, nailing, and re-zippering shoes and boots at Stern Shoe Repair, a usually well-trafficked shop just outside...

Three research-based ways to cope with the uncertainties of pandemic life

It’s 1:36 a.m. and I’ve just gotten my daughter back to sleep after she threw up violently. She has no fever, no cough, no...

Could Schrödinger’s cat exist in real life? Our research may soon provide the answer

Have you ever been in more than one place at the same time? If you’re much bigger than an atom, the answer will be...

The fourth agricultural revolution is coming – but who will really benefit?

Depending on who you listen to, artificial intelligence may either free us from monotonous labour and unleash huge productivity gains, or create a dystopia...

Why AI can’t ever reach its full potential without a physical body

Artificial intelligence seems to be making enormous advances. It has become the key technology behind self-driving cars, automatic translation systems, speech and textual analysis, image processing...

Is COVID-19 the death knell for checks?

Americans love writing checks, and that’s what we all still do. Around 14 billion a year, in fact. You might argue that this humble piece...

How Remote Work Could Destroy Silicon Valley

The tech industry is built on serendipity. If workers flee the Bay Area, what’s left? There may be no richer Silicon Valley lore: It was...

A computer can guess more than 100,000,000,000 passwords per second. Still think yours is secure?

Passwords have been used for thousands of years as a means of identifying ourselves to others and in more recent times, to computers. It’s...

Airports, ATMs, hospitals: Microsoft Windows XP leak would be less of an issue, if so many didn’t use it

The source code of the Windows XP operating system is now circulating online as a huge 43GB mega-dump. Although the software is nearly two decades old,...

Ultraviolet light can make indoor spaces safer during the pandemic – if used right

Ultraviolet light has a long history as a disinfectant and the SARS-CoV-2 virus, which causes COVID-19, is readily rendered harmless by UV light. The question is how...

Remote Work Is Killing the Hidden Trillion-Dollar Office Economy

For a decade, Carlos Silva has been gluing, nailing, and re-zippering shoes and boots at Stern Shoe Repair, a usually well-trafficked shop just outside...

Three research-based ways to cope with the uncertainties of pandemic life

It’s 1:36 a.m. and I’ve just gotten my daughter back to sleep after she threw up violently. She has no fever, no cough, no...

Could Schrödinger’s cat exist in real life? Our research may soon provide the answer

Have you ever been in more than one place at the same time? If you’re much bigger than an atom, the answer will be...

The fourth agricultural revolution is coming – but who will really benefit?

Depending on who you listen to, artificial intelligence may either free us from monotonous labour and unleash huge productivity gains, or create a dystopia...

Why AI can’t ever reach its full potential without a physical body

Artificial intelligence seems to be making enormous advances. It has become the key technology behind self-driving cars, automatic translation systems, speech and textual analysis, image processing...

Is COVID-19 the death knell for checks?

Americans love writing checks, and that’s what we all still do. Around 14 billion a year, in fact. You might argue that this humble piece...

How Remote Work Could Destroy Silicon Valley

The tech industry is built on serendipity. If workers flee the Bay Area, what’s left? There may be no richer Silicon Valley lore: It was...

A computer can guess more than 100,000,000,000 passwords per second. Still think yours is secure?

Passwords have been used for thousands of years as a means of identifying ourselves to others and in more recent times, to computers. It’s...

Airports, ATMs, hospitals: Microsoft Windows XP leak would be less of an issue, if so many didn’t use it

The source code of the Windows XP operating system is now circulating online as a huge 43GB mega-dump. Although the software is nearly two decades old,...

Ultraviolet light can make indoor spaces safer during the pandemic – if used right

Ultraviolet light has a long history as a disinfectant and the SARS-CoV-2 virus, which causes COVID-19, is readily rendered harmless by UV light. The question is how...

Remote Work Is Killing the Hidden Trillion-Dollar Office Economy

For a decade, Carlos Silva has been gluing, nailing, and re-zippering shoes and boots at Stern Shoe Repair, a usually well-trafficked shop just outside...

Three research-based ways to cope with the uncertainties of pandemic life

It’s 1:36 a.m. and I’ve just gotten my daughter back to sleep after she threw up violently. She has no fever, no cough, no...

Could Schrödinger’s cat exist in real life? Our research may soon provide the answer

Have you ever been in more than one place at the same time? If you’re much bigger than an atom, the answer will be...

The fourth agricultural revolution is coming – but who will really benefit?

Depending on who you listen to, artificial intelligence may either free us from monotonous labour and unleash huge productivity gains, or create a dystopia...

Why AI can’t ever reach its full potential without a physical body

Artificial intelligence seems to be making enormous advances. It has become the key technology behind self-driving cars, automatic translation systems, speech and textual analysis, image processing...

Is COVID-19 the death knell for checks?

Americans love writing checks, and that’s what we all still do. Around 14 billion a year, in fact. You might argue that this humble piece...

How Remote Work Could Destroy Silicon Valley

The tech industry is built on serendipity. If workers flee the Bay Area, what’s left? There may be no richer Silicon Valley lore: It was...

A computer can guess more than 100,000,000,000 passwords per second. Still think yours is secure?

Passwords have been used for thousands of years as a means of identifying ourselves to others and in more recent times, to computers. It’s...

Airports, ATMs, hospitals: Microsoft Windows XP leak would be less of an issue, if so many didn’t use it

The source code of the Windows XP operating system is now circulating online as a huge 43GB mega-dump. Although the software is nearly two decades old,...

Ultraviolet light can make indoor spaces safer during the pandemic – if used right

Ultraviolet light has a long history as a disinfectant and the SARS-CoV-2 virus, which causes COVID-19, is readily rendered harmless by UV light. The question is how...

Remote Work Is Killing the Hidden Trillion-Dollar Office Economy

For a decade, Carlos Silva has been gluing, nailing, and re-zippering shoes and boots at Stern Shoe Repair, a usually well-trafficked shop just outside...

Three research-based ways to cope with the uncertainties of pandemic life

It’s 1:36 a.m. and I’ve just gotten my daughter back to sleep after she threw up violently. She has no fever, no cough, no...