A recent survey from Pew shows how people feel about using AI in their daily life. The survey found that 38% of respondents ...
Even though it’s still evolving, businesses are seeking to understand the opportunities in this digital future.
With spring rapidly approaching, many municipalities, homeowners and business dwellers alike will be preparing for potentially dangerous weather from convective storms. With a record hard property ...
In 2022, there were already too few commercial airline pilots in North America, leading to cutbacks in service to less popular and more rural destinations and a contraction of regional jet operations ...
The Bitcoin community is in turmoil. Ordinal NFTs — also referred to as “Digital Artifacts” and “Ordinal inscriptions” — surfaced on January 21, 2023, on the Bitcoin network. Bitcoin maximalists are ...
In its energy war with Russia, Europe has defied expectations. One year after the start of the conflict in Ukraine, instead of finding itself at the mercy of Russia, the European Union has managed to ...
The economic slowdown that has affected countries around the world as they were recovering from the impact of COVID-19 has threatened the tremendous growth experienced by the tech industry over recent ...
Work can be hard, but it shouldn’t be hard all the time. New research co-authored by Wharton’s Maurice Schweitzer shows that overloading workers with too many difficult tasks in a row makes them more ...
India inherited the Group of Twenty (G-20) presidency from Indonesia on December 1, 2022 and will convene the 18th G-20 summit on September 9–10, 2023, in New Delhi. Coincidentally, India also assumes ...
March 8 was International Women’s Day, which prompted people to “imagine a gender-equal world. A world free of bias, stereotypes, and discrimination.” The initiative, as part of its mission, ...
Open source intelligence (OSINT) is a fancy term for the gathering and analysis of publicly available data from unlimited and all-encompassing sources. This powerful ...
Following the end of World War II, Japan adopted a rather low-key approach to national security and defense. Under a constitution written by the postwar American occupiers, Japan forever renounced ...