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.
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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.
Here's what's making headlines this week: Jessica Alba, Sheryl Sandberg, Malala Yousafzai and a few of their friends want you to know why it’s important for girls to learn how to code in this “Change the World-Hour of Code” video
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The Federal Trade Commission will explore the implications of cross-device tracking at Nov. 16 workshop.
By Susan E. Dudley
Technological change, rapid data generation, and greater interconnectivity are transforming the way we live and work. Will these changes also transform how government agencies regulate private activities?
Companies should view protecting their customers’ personal information as their digital corporate social responsibility.