Surprise: The Country That Can Most Impact Climate Change Isn’t the United States or China, It’s India

May 30, 2017 – In the last week experts on China’s population have questioned whether the government’s population figures are accurate. These experts feel the numbers ... Continue Reading →

Canada Green Building Council Creates Zero-Carbon Standard

May 29, 2017 – A new construction site at University of Waterloo will participate in a pilot project aimed at creating a zero-carbon building. The Canada Green Building Council ... Continue Reading →

Is New Evidence Contradicting Our Understanding of Light?

May 29, 2017 – I’ve been watching “Genius” on the National Geographic channel with this first season dramatizing the life of Albert Einstein. If you haven’t ... Continue Reading →

Gizmos & Gadgets: AIs Compose Songs Proving Creativity is More than Human

May 28, 2017 – A team of researchers at Kingston University in London asked the artificial intelligence (AI) program they were working with to compose its own music. Music Technology ... Continue Reading →

Seas Rise While King Trump Pushes Back Against the Tide of Climate Change Action

May 27, 2017 – The G7 (Group of Seven) meetings in Italy will end today with a communique of common action by its members representing the world’s largest democratic economies. ... Continue Reading →

The Latest News from the World of 3D Printing

May 26, 2017 – Besides Rocket Lab‘s successful launch of its 3D printed Electron rocket this week, the 3D printing or additive manufacturing world is undergoing all kinds ... Continue Reading →

You Soon Won’t Have to Answer Your Email – Leave it to the Machine and Google

May 25, 2017 – Google Smart Reply is a new artificial intelligence (AI) application for Gmail, on a range of platforms including Android and iOS. It even works with Google’s ... Continue Reading →

Litigating Against Those Who Contribute to Climate Change and Pollute the Commons

May 24, 2017 – In downtown Boston sits a park known as the Boston Common. Established in 1634, it was set aside for common use for the citizens of Boston. Sold to the city by ... Continue Reading →

Who Would Have Thought That Big Retail Would Be Among the First Victims of 21st Century Technology?

May 23, 2017 – When my wife and I were looking for new furniture earlier this year we did almost all of our searching online. Instead of going to furniture stores in the city, ... Continue Reading →

New Zealand’s Rocket Lab to Launch Its First 3D-Printed “It’s a Test” Rocket This Week

May 22, 2017 – Peter Beck’s Rocket Lab with an injection of U.S. venture capital is finally ready to roll out its Electron rocket, a 10.5 ton, 18-meter (60 feet) two-stage ... Continue Reading →