What will education look like as technology develops? how will kids be educated in the future? will we still have ‘real’ teachers and schools or will it all be virtual? Some insights into this emerging world.
As our computers get more powerful and our data gets bigger, how can we program to maximise their potential? Stephen Wolfram’s new language seems to offer a very easy route to fully exploit our big data world.
Once you get beyond the hype on it’s use for knickknacks like designer phone cases and cake decoration, 3D printing could transform healthcare by making it cheap!
Our juiciest tweets from last week including a robot helping a boy at school, mobile phone security, 3d printing in metal and a whole bunch of stupid!
We can’t manage without the internet and it’s key to whatever technology future we’re heading to. We feature a couple of predictions of where it might be going.
Some of our fav tweets from last week including how a drone might just save your life, investing in robots, a $199 3D printer and a tribute to Ian McNaught-Davis
A great little video explains the history of the internet from why it was developed to how it got it’s name.
We focus on cognitive computing, a key step to creating technology more intelligent than us. These are computers that can learn and understand not just calculate. It’s not science fiction, these systems are here, now.