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Kristin Szremski

When Google Photos Auto-Generated an Album From My Trip to Palestine and Called It 'Trip to Israel'

Kristin Szremski | April 29, 2016 | World
The Palestinian children that appear on Google's auto-generated album cover trusted me when we were playing under the olive trees that October day in 2010. Not only did Google Photos break that trust, it missed the essence of that afternoon and the reason for my trip entirely.
Brian Roberts

A Night in Brooklyn With YesJulz, the Queen of Snapchat

Brian Roberts | April 29, 2016 | Technology
By 12:30 a.m. on a Tuesday most of us are fast asleep. Unless you're Julieanna Goddard. Her night just was starting. The ubiquitous 25 year old Miami native, better known as YesJulz, wasn't alone either. Hundreds of her followers were packed into a Brooklyn event space awaiting her arrival.
Devishobha Ramanan

7 Awesome Resources To Sharpen Your Coding Skills

Devishobha Ramanan | April 29, 2016 | Technology
With a growing emphasis on STEM jobs like never before; and many governments from all over the world facilitating and fueling the startup culture, learning to code is fast becoming a must-have skill in your arsenal.
Morena Duwe

Nearby: The World's First Mobile Hostel for Music Festivals

Morena Duwe | April 28, 2016 | Technology
Music festivals have become a petri dish of inspiration. The community has vastly grown and with it, so have ideas. We are no longer living in the days of Woodstock where music was the only necessity. From eco-consciousness to top notch camping gear,...
Anum Hussain

The Changing Landscape of Muslims in Tech

Anum Hussain | April 28, 2016 | Business
Roughly two years ago, a female CEO in Silicon Valley made headlines for making less money than her male predecessor. This story became a media launch point for discussing the struggle with diversity in tech.
Steve Rosenbaum

Virtual Reality Healthcare: A Fantastic Voyage

Steve Rosenbaum | April 28, 2016 | Technology
The thing about science fiction is - often it comes true. Back in 1966 writer, Harry Kleiner penned a wildly futuristic film fantasy called Fantastic Voyage. In it, a submarine crew is shrunk to microscopic size and venture into the body of an injured scientist to repair the damage to...
Brent Glasgow

Using White Noise for Sleep

Brent Glasgow | April 29, 2016 | Technology
(Photo courtesy of HoMedics) Do you prefer quiet to sleep, or do you require a little white noise to reach that restful state of slumber? If you need some type of noise to fall asleep, you aren't alone. In a
Kaitlyn Russell

20 Top Recruiting Experts and Job Gurus to Follow on Twitter Now

Kaitlyn Russell | April 28, 2016 | Technology
Social media provides more than a window of entertainment and breaking news -- it can open up doors into the world of job recruitment and career experts. Twitter is a popular platform where experts of all kinds take 140 characters to publish information and advice on all things job search. Even better? You can get some insight into everything from how to up your game on social media to job openings.
Swati Joshi

The Digital Disruption of Our Lives

Swati Joshi | April 28, 2016 | Technology
Whether you are a fan of the digital revolution, or think of it as unavoidable evil, there is no denying that it has changed our lives forever.
Chris Smith

Why I Made REX

Chris Smith | April 28, 2016 | Technology
Growing up, movies, music, and books were my window to the world. They shaped the person I became -- and I found them all through friends as we passed around our latest discoveries. REX is the app equivalent to this experience.

What Data Sleeps In Your Smart Watch?

Inverse | April 28, 2016 | Technology
This article was originally posted on Inverse. By John Knefel In a matter of just a few years, smartwatches and fitness trackers have gone from curiosities to being nearly ubiquitous among affluent consumers. These devices will only...

Can We Trust Our Artificially Intelligent Robot Assistants to Not Make Sex Tapes?

Inverse | April 28, 2016 | Technology
This article was originally posted on Inverse. By Joe Carmichael Much to the consternation of Stephen Hawking and Elon Musk, we're at the dawn of the age of artificial intelligence. The risk? Technological progress may outpace cultural...
Larry Kim

The 13 Best Apps to Maximize Your Business Productivity

Larry Kim | April 28, 2016 | Technology
Lots of apps promise to make you super productive. But what are the best business productivity apps? Here are 13 of my favorites.
Adam Levin

Ransomware Is a Real Threat (Even to You, Apple Users)

Adam Levin | April 28, 2016 | Technology
Encryption can be a tool for good and evil. It's the safest way for an enterprise to keep information safe from prying eyes and sticky fingers, but unfortunately it's relatively easy for a hacker -- and not even a very clever one -- to use it to force an ugly situation.
Mark Goulston, M.D.

A (Fantasy) Letter from Tim Cook to Mark Zuckerberg

Mark Goulston, M.D. | April 28, 2016 | Technology
Hey Mark, Congratulations on the cover picture of you and Priscilla on Time Magazine's 100 Most Influential People Issue and to have Bill and Melinda write it up. Something that your picture with Priscilla demonstrated is how much you adore her. I'm writing because like it or...
Kevin Healey

Dreaming the Virtual: Why Lucid Dreamers Should Steer the Digital Economy

Kevin Healey | April 28, 2016 | Technology
Lucid dreaming is a hot topic. Within the last five years, The Atlantic has published two articles and a how-to video on the topic. Not to be outdone, Huffington Post published more than two dozen articles in 2015 alone.
Tom Lounibos

A Fresh Look at Digital Transformation

Tom Lounibos | April 27, 2016 | Technology
In our digital era, with all aspects of modern life being transformed, the only constant is change. From my front-row seat in the technology auditorium the future is clear. Digital is changing everything -- and we must think differently about everything as a result.
Shelly Palmer

Data Literacy Will Make You Invincible

Shelly Palmer | April 27, 2016 | Technology
Because the velocity of data is increasing and will always increase, the need for data literacy is increasing and will always increase.
Adi Gaskell

Award Winning Technology Gives Homes Free Energy By Tapping The Cloud

Adi Gaskell | April 27, 2016 | Technology
The company was hoping to tap into the huge amount of waste heat generated by cloud computing to provide cheap and eco friendly heating for our homes and offices.

Where to Start if You Want to be a Data Scientist

Quora | April 27, 2016 | Technology
What knowledge/skills must an entry-level Data Science engineer have? originally appeared on Quora - the knowledge sharing network where compelling questions are answered by people with unique insights. Answer by Vijay Krishna Narayanan, Head of Data Science, Director, Algorithms and Data Science at Microsoft,...
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