Some workplace designs are more about cost-cutting than collaboration.
Article tiré du magazine The Economist. Tipped, not stirred, is how hip young things in China now take their tea. To be exact, at a 45-degree tilt. So advise the tea-ristas of HEYTEA, a budding, pricey tea chain, the better to blend the bitter tang of freshly brewed leaves with[…]
Artificial intelligence now does real work. That it cannot explain its own actions is a problem.
The rise of the “internet of things” is one reason why computing is emerging from the centralised cloud and moving to an “edge” of networks and intelligent devices.
Brain-computer interfaces may change what it means to be human.
A “direct-to-consumer” revolution in the bedroom and bathroom.
Visitor numbers for Salem, Chernobyl, celebrity graves and other fright sites are soaring.
From tractors to smartphones, mending things is getting ever harder.
A small public company whose proprietary gunshot-detection technology is being used by a growing number of police departments across the nation.
Drone insurance is showing the way in terms of on-demand insurance.
Modern families and differing national laws mean opportunities for sperm bank companies.
Ever better and cheaper, face-recognition technology is spreading.
Co-living is for hipsters not hippies.
It’s pay, prospects, feeling respected and trust that gives the most happiness to employees.
Humans will supply digital services to complement AI.