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As the number of humans on earth continues to grow beyond 7 billion, humanity must also expand its ability to feed the population. Agriculture technology is striving to meet these needs by making effective use of emerging technologies. Artificial...
No matter where we are in the world, no matter our skin color, our gender, height, weight, religion, or any other factor that so commonly separates us, we all have one thing in common--a need for food. Even when...
Tokyo is at the heart of where disruption and tradition merge--in art, cuisine, and technology. If Japan’s history (and tons of sci-fi anime) has taught us anything, it’s that we should expect epic, innovative things from this country which...
BrickerBot is an aptly named IoT malware program--it quite literally “bricks” any affected IoT device. BrickerBot follows a similar attack vector to the Mirai malware that we have mentioned previously, invasion via Telnet brute force. No, BrickerBot will not...
  Blockchain has been touted for its usefulness in boosting the efficiency of supply chain and industry alike. On November 25, 2015, Wal-Mart applied for a patent on “Unmanned Aerial Delivery to Secure Location” which was published by the U.S....
So far, smartwatches and other wearable technologies have been mostly underwhelming to consumers. Despite a huge boom when such devices were first released, users are largely dissuaded by the benefits provided by wearable technology over the handheld mobile technology...
Blockchain is a term that has become increasingly familiar in recent times. Its most notable qualities are immutability, transaction speed, and resistance to tampering. Toyota has been a part of the R3 consortium since June of 2016. Their latest...
Sana Health was founded by Richard Hanbury in order to alleviate his chronic nerve pain induced insomnia. lack of sleep has been shown time and again to be very unhealthy for anyone. And according to Sana Health, individuals using...
People often say that the construction industry is well overdue for disruption by new technology. These 100 companies seem to agree, and all of them are making an impact on how the construction industry functions. Using 3D printing, artificial...
AI technology isn’t science fiction anymore. The internet is collecting more data than we've ever seen before. Any information that was ever written, spoken in public, filmed or photographed throughout history is most likely in the cloud. With so...

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