In the area of eleven per cent of our human family is currently suffering as a result of undernourishment, eight hundred twenty one million people or approximately one in nine globally end each day hungry. While the number of hungry
The automated car is the most dramatic technological advance to the automotive industry since its inception and it will be economically devastating.
The Trolley Problem, a thought experiment in ethics presented in 1967 by Philippa Foot, is a way of testing if our judgements are utilitarian. The problem proposes a trolley on a track is moving toward five people on the track
Industries could be reshaped, if not crushed, by in home printing of consumer goods, entire factories of people could find themselves displaced.
We can feed more than ten billion people on our planet using vertical farms, there is no need for anyone to be suffering malnourishment.
Our technology is uniquely suited for this task of human transformation as it is an extension of ourselves and our intelligence, and therefore it is a part of us.
The influences that surround us drive our experience by moderating the information presented to us. This unique combination of information shapes our own personal world, constructs our reality.
Product Longevity is incompatible with capitalism as we know it. How do we address this from a sustainability perspective?
Far-off notions of intelligent androids performing our every wish are the least of our worries. Automation is set to displace workers in many areas with little advance in technology.
Human technology is almost beyond comprehension; we have advanced so quickly in a short space of time leaving most of us unaware of our true capabilities.