In Our Search for Alien Life Go No Further Than Earth Itself

April 20, 2017 – Life on Earth pops up in some of the most inhospitable places. It is only a few decades from our first discovery of teeming life in the deep oceans of our world, ... Continue Reading →

Fintech AI Apps Will Stop Consumers From Making Risky Purchasing Decisions

April 18, 2017 – What if you are about to make a $1,000 purchase and put it on your credit card and an accompanying mobile app on your smartphone says “no?” That’s ... Continue Reading →

James Hansen Says Some Republicans Are On To Something in Proposing a Carbon Fee and Dividend

April 17, 2017 – One of the first American scientists to alert the world and the U.S. Congress back in 1988 to global warming, Professor James Hansen, and a man reviled by climate ... Continue Reading →

Can AI Beat a Trained Medical Professional in Predicting Heart Attacks?

April 16, 2017 – A vascular surgeon at Stanford University in California recently stated, “I can’t stress enough…how much I really hope that doctors start to ... Continue Reading →

It is No Coincidence That There is a Correlation Between Technological Innovation and Growing Economic Disparity

April 15, 2017 – What separates the rich from the poor these days is looking more and more like technology. The rise of Silicon Valley and its billionaire entrepreneurs coincides ... Continue Reading →

NASA Holds an Information Session to Talk About What’s Been Found on Ocean Worlds

April 14, 2017 – Who would have thought that the places to look for life other than here on Earth would be moons and dwarf planets located in the outer Solar System. NASA has ... Continue Reading →

Doomsday Clock Creeps Closer to Midnight with Dropping of “Mother of all Bombs”

April 14, 2017 – When I first saw the wire story about the deployment of the largest conventional bomb ever dropped on a target, I thought is this a “fuel-air” ordinance ... Continue Reading →

Gizmos & Gadgets: A Robot Named Tarzan

April 14, 2017 – A robot that can swing through the trees like Tarzan could bear the fictional character’s name. So meet Tarzan. It doesn’t actually swing through ... Continue Reading →

Will Artificial Intelligence Replace Human Teachers?

April 12, 2017 – Roy Rasmussen, has been a guest contributor to 21st Century Tech Blog on four previous occasions. He is a coauthor of Publishing for Publicity, a freelance copywriter, ... Continue Reading →

In the United States and India Young People Are Suing Their Governments Over Inaction on Climate Change

April 11, 2017 – A climate lawsuit launched by 21 youth in the State of Oregon charges the United States federal government with violating the essential rights embedded in the ... Continue Reading →