We talked to three futurists to find out what the hot jobs of 2025 could be, and their answers may surprise you. Editor’s Note: This article is one of the top 10 Leadership stories of 2015. See the full
The debate over how robots could affect employment has been going on for more than a century. Those who rage against the machine say robots will steal our jobs, make us their slaves, and then kill us.
Ken Yeh is the director of technology at Ontario Christian Schools, a private K-12 school near Los Angeles with about 100 children per grade. Three years ago, the school began buying Google Chromebook
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Hide My Ass! (HMA) commissioned a nationwide survey to find out what US internet users want in terms of security and privacy and what they do to protect their own privacy and security when they are online.
RBS has developed a Big Data strategy which it calls “personology” in an attempt to reconnect with customers. The bank, which is currently undergoing re-privatization seven years after it was bailed out
The team in control of NASA’s Mars Rover spacecraft now have Big Data driven analytical engines at their fingertips. The same open source Elasticsearch technology used by the likes of Netflix and Goldman
Warning epileptic patients before they have a seizure Many people with epilepsy can recognize the signs when they’re about to have a seizure. But predicting a seizure long before it happens, giving the
Natural medicines, made to order in space Clay Wang brought his kids to the California Space Center a few years ago to show them the Space Shuttle. But as he looked up at Endeavour and pondered human exploration,
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