The Jukin Media headquarters, in Culver City, Calif., checks off all the clichés of the modern millennial workplace. The floor plan is cubicle-free and open, with skateboards — well, longboards — leaned
Angus Deaton, who won the Nobel Prize last year for his work on health, wealth, and inequality, told the Financial Times he believes robots are a much greater threat to employment in the US than globalisation.
In the beginning, there were mainframe computers and punch cards. Since then, we’ve seen three transformations. The latest, augmented reality plus artificial intelligence, will change more than the previous
There wasn't a charismatic CEO on stage who would demonstrate a revolutionary new smartphone, nor was there an engineer showing off computer hardware that would be standard for years to come. Instead,
Seymour Papert, a visionary educator and mathematician who well before the advent of the personal computer foresaw children using computers as instruments for learning and enhancing creativity, died on
Timandra My local pub used to take BitCoin. By the time I'd got around to trying to spend any there, they'd stopped. "That's the end of that fad," I thought. But it turns out that the virtual currency