The Ethics of Encryption

April 13, 2017

Our modern age of one and zeroes has brought countless conveniences to everyday life. At the same, the incredible technology we rely on to stay connected, help us get things done, and improve our lives comes with its own unique and still-emerging challenges. Data security is one of the big concern in the new digital landscape, and […]

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How AI is Changing the World Around Us

March 16, 2017

Our modern world is constantly being shaped and changed by newly emerging technologies. Many of the bold innovations we take for granted today didn’t exist a few decades ago, yet it’s now hard to imagine life without them. As technology continues its rapid advancement towards a future reality we once envisioned only through the lens […]

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February Jobs Report: Strong Start for Job Growth in 2017

March 10, 2017

The latest jobs report revealed the addition of 235,000 jobs to the United States economy in February 2017 with a slight drop in unemployment rate to 4.7 percent. The professional and business services sector contributed 37,000 of these jobs.

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Chatbots: The New Interface for Technology and Daily Life

February 2, 2017

“Hi, Alexa. What’s the weather?” Talking to Amazon’s voice-activated digital assistant via the Echo or Dot can be addictive. And it’s popular: These items sold out during the holidays. Their success with everyday consumers gives weight to what the tech world is saying: Chatbots are the new apps.

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What the Manufacturing Boom Means for Tech and Engineering

January 30, 2017

If recent gains continue their upward momentum, 2017 is already shaping up to be a positive year of steady growth for the manufacturing industry. That’s encouraging news for companies and producers who have struggled to recover from the industrial recession of recent years, and this promising outlook is expected to drive further job growth and […]

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Dawn of the New Collar Jobs

January 19, 2017

Historically, the United States workforce has fallen in to either a white collar or blue collar category. White collar work was typically considered administrative, taking place in an office setting, while blue collar careers surrounded manual labor and were heavily focused on an industrial setting. In recent years, however, a new category has emerged called new […]

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