How is the Gig Economy changing the future Jobs landscape

The makeup & dynamics of the workforce are changing with the ongoing automation & the emergence of the Generation Z - they are defined as the demographic who were born between 1995-2009 & who...

How Will Roundup Lawsuits Affect The Herbicide Industry?

What do agricultural workers and recreational gardeners have in common? Aside from a green thumb, they both run the risk of glyphosate exposure - chemicals in popular pesticides. Cited in legal proceedings as causing...

Will The Future Of AI Be Good Or Evil?

As with any emerging technology, disruptive ideas are vilified; whether out of misunderstanding or even fear, AI is on the receiving end of these particular criticisms. But while many of us are concerned over...

The New Faith of the Digital Age

The emergence of a new faith is being witnessed in Silicon Valley. Unlike theistic religions such as Christianity, Judaism, and Islam, this faith puts a radically personal embrace of materialistic personal recreation instead of an...

China’s Daredevil: The suggestive art of algorithms.

Do you have a highly suggestive personality? Inception, what a marvellous cinematic experience, many of us who watched it were left confused, intrigued, wondering if it was all a dream. One of the main takeaways that...

We blocked access to Social Media, it caused an outrage.

Addiction, we can’t visibly recognise. At a recent research study, based upon the work of previous findings — we wanted to conduct a simple experiment. Block Social Media access at random times on Campus WiFi. Now fair-disclosure,...

Admit when you’re wrong.

Great leadership requires a solid foundation of self-esteem. It’s not the ones that are always wrong that we need to be worried about, it’s the ones that believe they never can be. Believing what you say,...

What Can You Learn By Googling Yourself?

Today, half of Americans believe that their data is less secure than it was five years ago, and yet we are sharing more information about ourselves on social media than ever before. Managing and...

Learning Saves When Those in Need Knock

Training and learning are fundamental for any professional. Keeping up with the latest developments enable entrepreneurs to provide the best service for their customers and improve their own return on investment. Healthcare providers take professional development...

Should we be worried about our past?

On leaving behind digital breadcrumbs. In his revealing and subliminal book on Business Strategy, Only the Paranoid Survive, Intel’s C.E.O Andrew S. Grove (God rest his soul) wrote one of the most eerie sentence; “In technology,...

Innovation or just insanity?

It’s a screen within a screen, packed into another screen; incase you missed the previous screens. Because more screens, that’s why! It’s “Innovation”. “Hey You, You like screens?” Here you go, we made a phone with screen of...

Finding Direction in a World of Images

The term ‘image’, which in today’s world has made it to the top in terms of its popularity, has made a leap because of its relationship to personal efforts of trying to live more...

EU’s Article 13, and how it affects “you” as a creator.

The Copyright Law that is about more than just “Meme-Control”. Let’s unpack this subject in a manner that we can all comprehend, since I’m sure we’re not all lawyers and copyright specialists; we’re creators. Hence, I’ll...

Forget about Oil, Water is the future.

We’re not running out of alternatives for fuel. The energy sector was once a booming glory of investors, no matter the market’s state — the argument could always be made for Liquid Gold. Oil. The Pinnacle of all...

To Gain an Edge, Influencers Move Markets

Influencer marketing raises several questions: Not only what is it, but is it still a thing? Henny Mohenyi Maruapula adamantly affirms the second part. After all, he makes his livelihood in the trade. Through his...

Your wallpaper is a reflection of your mood.

And it affects your productivity. Sensory response, through vision, can invoke a sense of emotion. Like seeing an advertisement at the subway as we wait for our train to come, those L.E.D’s are silently doing...

Why I didn’t attend my graduation.

…I kinda sorta fell asleep, and here’s why “Degrees” are bullshit. Alright, who’s next — alright Nabeel Tahir, may you please approach the stage. “He’s not here.” “Where is he?” “He’s asleep, I think.” “He’s not here for his...

The Digital Illusion of Not Being Evil

When it comes to whether still to use social media or not given the increasing number of trials regarding data protection laws, various thought-provoking ideas have been outpouring. Most of these ideas do not...

Lead by Example, Not Force.

It’s a lot easier to set the rules in place, and have them enforced through management. It’s difficult, to lead by setting an example — a technique I think is more valuable than forced rules...

Good Security Protects Us From Ourselves

Data you collect is vulnerable to hackers. They might make direct attacks or compile seemingly unrelated and non-threatening information. That ultimately puts people at risk. Victor Santoyo has made a living guarding against and swatting...