Digital twin technology is a huge boon for indoor farming and may hold the key to addressing rising global food scarcity.
New features on Apple iOS 17 aim to give users insights into their mental health, but they may also shape how people see themselves.
Traditional businesses operate with an established solution to a known problem. Startups focus on a product or service no one else provides.
The 2023 Global Education Monitoring Report proposed restrictions on the use of technology in the classroom.
Canada’s Tech Talent Strategy aims to draw global tech talent to the country, but faces hurdles like U.S. salary competition and high living costs.
Companies that want to avoid the harms of AI, such as bias or privacy violations, lack clear-cut guidelines on how to act responsibly. That makes internal management and decision-making critical.
Many stressors may be coming from interactions with technology: small but frequent frustrations that quickly dissipate, but when added up trigger digital distress.
Large Canadian banks are likely not at risk of bank failures, but history suggests smaller, more niche financial service firms could be.
The numbers are less concerning when viewed in the bigger picture.
Technologies are now ubiquitous in everyday modern life, but ageism means that older adults are excluded from the design of the technologies that they use.
Douglas Rushkoff’s Survival of the Richest is less about tech billionaires and their ‘bonkers’ escape plans than it is an entertaining primer on the various ills of late capitalism.
The advice for years has been to use password managers. But even these don’t completely eliminate the risk of being compromised.
There’s no evidence that news outlets are worse off because of Google, Facebook and other aggregators. If anything, evidence shows that, overall, news outlets would be in worse shape without them.
The company has managed to change some of its practices, but it is still butting heads with regulators and governments.
There is a pervasive message from fashion, tech and the media that women can change their lives if they could be more confident.
Many of these digital tools aimed at women are created by, invested in and marketed by men.
As someone who’s been researching e-wearables as a means to teach children about mental health for over 10 years, I’ve seen some alarming unintended consequences with their use.
The story of the pandemic, in emojis.
How psychological factors may have influenced the opinions about the use of rangefinders during the 2021 PGA championships.
Welcome to the great silicon famine of 2021. And 2022. And 2023. And …