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Tag Archives: technology
Spammers Break the Phone
There were 5 billion robocalls placed in the U.S. in November. Continue reading
Posted in Technology Tagged FCC, Hiya, NoMoRobo, phone companies, robocalls, RoboKiller, spammers, spoofing, technology, telephone, Verizon 14 Comments
The Artist as Technologist
From Programmed: Rules, Codes and Choreographies in Art Continue reading
Posted in Art Tagged art, code, digital art, museums, New York, technology, Whitney Museum of American Art 10 Comments
(Nearly) Live at SXSW: How to save the internet.
Buzzfeed CEO Jonah Peretti at SXSW Interactive Continue reading
Posted in Digital publishing, Technology Tagged Buzzfeed, content, digital media, Facebook, internet, Jonah Peretti, SXSW, technology 8 Comments
Guns in America: The DIY Specter
The first 3-D printed gun was produced by a Texan named Cody Wilson, a self-described crypto-anarchist.
Posted in guns, Uncategorized Tagged 3-D printed guns, 3-D printing, Cody Wilson, Defense Distributed, gun control, gun laws, guns, Liberator, technology 8 Comments
The Future of Food
How technology is changing the way we produce and distribute food. Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged AeroFarms, Bond Pet Foods, Finless Foods, food, food tech, Grove Labs, Memphis Meats, technology, Techonomy, vertical farm, Zume Pizza 15 Comments
Work in America: Why is Full Employment So Unfulfilling?
Economists in the U.S. describe full employment as an unemployment rate that is between 4 and 6.4%. In October the unemployment rate was 4.1%. It had hovered around 5% throughout 2016. Depending on which economist’s definition of full employment you … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged automation, employment, gig economy, jobs, labor, minimum wage, retail, robots, technology, underemployed, unemployment, Wall Street, work 8 Comments
Data, Technology and the Future of Cops and Robbers
Will technology make crime obsolete? Continue reading
Posted in Technology, Uncategorized Tagged crime, data, Future Tense, law enforcement, police, predictive policing, privacy, surveillance, technology 4 Comments