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Are the machines coming to take your job?

It has long been accepted that the rise of automated machines are taking jobs away from blue collar workers.  This is not a recent trend, More...

FAU, Scripps Florida, Max Planck Announce Plans for Groundbreaking Research and Education Collaboration

JUPITER, Fla. (March 2, 2015) — One of Florida’s leading public research universities and two of the world’s premier research institutions will create one-of-a-kind education More...

How the robots will take your job and kill the economy

We’ve all seen (or heard of) The Jetsons, a 60s cartoon set into the future featuring the life of a futuristic family and their lifestyle More...

A tale of two economics and two headlines

Warren Buffet has said that “when the tide goes out, you get to see who has been swimming naked.”  While this may seem graphic, it More...

Your city is going to be able to build it’s own broadband and blow evil cable companies away

Next week the Federal Communications Commission in the United States is posed to vote to support city’s rights to create their own fiber networks.  In More...

London’s public art is becoming increasingly surreal

If you’ve ever been to London, you understand that they have a different sort of art there, most of which is considered surreal and makes More...

How to find the right tech talent (for the non-tech entrepreneur)

The hiring process seems like a pretty standard one…post a job posting with description, watch the resumes flood in, hold some interviews, hire the one More...

How, and why, Y Combinator got serious about diversity

Y Combinator as a company has never really been a vocal when it comes to gender quality. So it was a bit of a surprise More...

4 ways technology is making education more affordable and available

Educational technology or ‘ed-tech’ as it is now referred to is a new stream of education that is being grown through various innovative companies and More...

Why big cities promote less innovation than they once did

Big cities have long been considered engines of innovation and economic growth. But, according one recent working paper at least, city size may not be More...

MaRS launches Toronto financial tech cluster

It is always smart to follow the money and MaRS wants to make it easier for tech entrepreneurs and financial services companies to work together. More...

Who needs Silicon Valley? Canadian startups scoring bigger deals

Increasingly Canadian start up companies are able to secure funding without having to move south of the border.  Canadian investors are ensuring that technology start More...