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TECHNOLOGY has become so integrated into our daily lives that it’s hard to imagine where we’d be without it. But do we actually need the tech improvements that fill our days? When we use technology designed to make our lives easier, like facial recognition software or voice-to-text technology, that ease comes at a cost: we’re …

What you see today will be the history in the future, say in next 100 to 200 years. But this will lead to immense up-gradation of human life through technology and product. You learn from the history how human made an attempt to build a better future. Technology and Product will replace the drudgery of …

At Aristocrat, we have a strong focus on culture across the business because we know that a healthy culture inspires and motivates people, and helps us attract and retain the best talent in the world: Aristocrat Technologies has been a leading global provider of gaming solutions for more than 60 years. The company is licensed …

Hackers have created dedicated software for breaking into Ring security cameras, according to posts on hacking forums reviewed by Motherboard. The camera company is owned by Amazon, which has hundreds of partnerships with police departments around the country. On Wednesday, local Tennessee media reported that a hacker broke into a Ring camera installed in the …

Today’s Terraform speculation is extra super-special: We’ve got a collaboration with Rose Eveleth, who brings us a story that takes place in the same world of the latest episode of her inimitable Flash Forward podcast—which, to the uninitiated, is a show all about investigating possible futures. This time, she imagines one way the internet as …

Technology is influencing the culture of your workplace. The question is, will it create intended positive results or sidetrack the organization’s mission? Powerful tools are giving leaders a deeper understanding of their organization’s culture and work dynamics. They also provide a way to get ahead of issues that could handicap success. We see this as …

The Netflix generation knows what it wants, and increasingly gets it: TV and films on demand, available on as many screens and devices as possible. But what about theatre? In theory, it’s the medium you can’t put in your pocket, catch on the go, consume at second hand without it losing its in-the-moment magic. Yet …

Technology is influencing the culture of your workplace. The question is: Will it create intended positive results or sidetrack the organization’s mission? Powerful tools are giving leaders a deeper understanding of their organization’s culture and work dynamics. They also provide a way to get ahead of issues that could handicap success. We see this as …

Under the subtitle Race and the Memory of Evil, the philosopher Susan Neiman relates hard truths from which others shrink. Her audacious work is a refreshing change from those, afraid to offend, who leave unsaid things that seem self-evident. Cages detaining refugees at the southern border are indeed “concentration camps”. The genocide of Native Americans …

A report published this week from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) should give us all pause. U.S. adults who lived through adverse childhood experiences have a higher likelihood of dying from five of the top 10 leading causes of death. This is horrible news, for sure. But, it builds on decades of research documenting the pernicious effects …