An in-depth look at blockchain technology and what it means for the Internet in the future:
A fantastic article published on BBC earlier this week outlined a recent study by Michael Osborne and Carl Frey, from Oxford University's Martin School. The data is based on UK numbers, and the page provides graphic representations of the likelihood of a given profession to be replaced by robots in the next 20 years.
View the interactive results here:
Maybe some of us should start thinking about changing our majors!
Unbelievable. How much more technology do we really need? Don't get me wrong. I'm all for it when there is a good reason involved. But, seriously, how much is too much? Personally, I do not have a smartphone and I try not to be on the computer unless I must. I believe it is exhausting to be around unnecessary information all day. But enough of my opinion. Below is an article describing the layers of marketing techniques through technology and how the fifth level is already…
Think of the websites you use on a daily basis. Think of all of the Terms and Conditions that you must agree to just to do basic tasks--check your University e-mail, log onto a social network, read and share an article, use Adobe Flash software, and even to use the browser app from your phone. Do you really know what is in those agreements? While our technology grows and changes, the laws that govern this technology sometimes lag…