Here in Europe, two developments are making waves. First, a gene-editing technique is solving a painful condition, and the Dutch have invented an electric car that charges itself.
According to one study, teachers need to be entertaining to stop students using YouTube to skip ahead. Instead of banning technology outright, one expert believes that the solution lies elsewhere.
Our days of avoiding detection by the system are numbered, as the US military is developing a laser that can identify us by the thrum of our hearts. Great.
According to an ex-Google employee, the tech giants aren’t listening to our conversations for advertisement purposes. They’ve got something worse.
From unknown to CEO, Michelle Joosse is one of Australia’s success stories, but for those who want to follow her example, she believes that the path is clear.