It is 2015, and flying cars are nowhere. Self-adjustable jackets and shoes, hover boards, jetpacks, spaceships, etc. There is nothing of these things around, though they all have been around in sci-fy movies for a while. We are not even...Seguir leyendo »
In December, I received the honour of being elected to represent the One Young World Ambassador community in London and South East England. One Young World (#OYW) is a youth leadership summit focused on sustainability.
After the Olympics, it is the...Seguir leyendo »
With the increasing capabilities of mobile devices, individuals leave behind footprints of their interaction with the urban environment. As a result, new research areas, such as urban computing and smart cities, focus on improving the quality of life in an...Seguir leyendo »
According to disruptive-technology researcher Julia Freeland, competence-based adaptive learning software could, in the future, mark the end of academic exams as a method of learning and evaluation of student knowledge. For Freeland, specific software can be used to evaluate the...Seguir leyendo »
Nathan Kallus, a scientist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, has just presented a study based on the coup d’état in Egypt in 2013, in which he claims to have developed a technique to predict significant events based on the...Seguir leyendo »
Classic science-fiction films like Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner depict hyperconnected cities of the future with dozens of aerial highways with one-person flying cars zipping through the sky. Just possibly, in a few years, this utopian image of the cities of...Seguir leyendo »