JPMorgan has said that blockchain technology has become the foundation for digital currency and fast payments, according to a report by the financial conglomerate.
Over the last year, I have been immersing myself in a lot of Artificial Intelligence research, including reading multiple books on AI and taking an online class from Stanford on the fundamentals of Artificial Intelligence.
Satellite images showed noxious pollution vanishing over China and Europe when the world shut down in response to the coronavirus pandemic. But on the ground in Milan, environmental economist Valentina Bossetti was puzzled the air wasn’t cleaner.
Enterprises, corporate businesses, governments, and workers are exploring new methods to remain operational amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
Small to medium-sized companies that do a lot of international business have to deal with two big headaches: high foreign exchange fees and corporate expense tracking.
You’ve probably seen them on highway billboards and your Instagram feeds: startups promising to get it right on racial and gender inequity when it comes to employee pay.
If you look at the most successful startups today, you’ll find plenty of proof that the hardware-enabled service (HaaS) model works: Peloton, Particle, Latch and Igloohome all rely on subscriptions along with product sales.
At last week’s Early Stage virtual event, founders and investors shared some of their best insights about startup building and what they’re looking for in their next investments.
Ethereum miners are earning more from ETH fees than ever before. Could the increased activity on the network mean another price jump is around the corner?
US GDP dropped a mammoth 32.9% in Q2, sharply contrasting with a cryptocurrency market that grew over the same timeframe.
A research team from Japan has developed a single-camera machine vision algorithm, making it possible for lightweight hovering indoor robots to guide themselves by identifying and interpreting reference points on a tiled floor.
s offices worldwide shift to remote work, our interactions with customers and colleagues have evolved in tandem. Professionals who once relied on face-to-face communication and firm handshakes must now close deals in a world where both are rare.
Universities and colleges across the nation are in crisis. These institutions face huge funding shortfalls, their students’ total indebtedness has climbed to $1.6 trillion, and decreased enrollment is likely for September and beyond.
Anyone who’s lived or worked in old buildings knows that their heating and cooling systems can’t compare to the efficiency, insulation and consistency of those in new buildings.
The COVID-19 pandemic represents a watershed moment for the role of digital technologies in our lives. We have learnt how much we rely on them and how ingrained they are in almost every aspect of our day-to-day activities.