According to the WEF, by 2022, the shifting labor division between humans, machines and algorithms will result in 75 million lost job roles, but an addition of 133 million job roles, netting 58 million.
Attacking our leading tech companies just for their size would raise consumer prices, limit choice and discourage innovation.
The industry today lacks about half a million of the skilled workers it needs, and within a decade the number of unfilled jobs in manufacturing could rise into the millions.
America has evolved over the last century, but its schools haven't.
Harley-Davidson, Crayola and Hershey’s are among companies that manufacture their products in the U.S.
The race to dominate AI is on big time...
A research group out of MIT has created a way to allow inanimate objects to respond to human touch. Internet users may soon use this technology to interact with each other or play with objects virtually.
New eyewear technology may alert soldiers to threats before they can see them.
A new search engine wants to change the way you browse the web.
Tech-savvy consumers increasingly expect that all aspects of their lives will be connected, including the home.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention reports someone loses a limb from diabetic complications every 20 seconds. But doctors at the University of Arizona Medical Center, in Tucson, Arizona, have found a way to prevent the development of these ulcers, and it's as simple as putting on a pair of socks
With biometric security like EyeVerify's Eyeprint scanner, you may never need to remember another password again.