For more than a year, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation has been exploring the idea that data-driven innovation can be a force for good.
What we once envisioned as the untouchable future is now our reality. Cars are parking themselves, hoverboards serve as alternatives to walking, drones are delivering personal packages, and now, machines are printing food.
We have all found ourselves yelling at a machine, whether it be the TV that doesn’t want to turn on or the oven that seems to never preheat fast enough. We fight with the machine very-well knowing it is not going to fight back. But this won’t last for very long.
After much anticipation, the iconic Star Wars narrative has begun again. Sold out shows and theaters packed with literally generations of people show just how much we love setting our imaginations free, taking to the stars and untold adventure.
We’re producing more data than ever before, and the world of health care may be the source of the largest data explosion.Access to data has the potential to allow for major advancements in the treatment and prevention of disease, and there is a clamor in the private sector for more access to gove
As the nation and world reflect on the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina and its impact on the Gulf Coast (particularly the City of New Orleans), it is hard not to marvel at the amazing recovery that has occurred.
A Chinese development group is working on the world's largest canal, stretching 172 miles across Nicaragua.