Adaptability is going to be one of the most critical skills we can have in the future.
Developed for the mining industry, it tracks drivers' eyes and uses an audio alert and a vibrating seat to wake them if necessary. In tests, it outperformed other systems that required the drivers to wear special equipment.
Why do we expect a C student to have a shot of understanding the next concept when they have gaps on a more basic one?
A product doesn't have to be perfect, but just good enough so it can be made perfect along the way.
What makes a meme useful and what makes it actionable is when you cluster multiple things that look similar together and you begin to analyze the patterns and you begin to quantify it.
Researchers have developed a robot that observers your body movements and maps them against 120 household activities.
German carmaker Daimler has announced plans to put QR code stickers on its Mercedes-Benz vehicles, providing emergency personnel with valuable information that can be accessed via a smartphone at the scene.
If you’re looking for breakthroughs, you need to be willing to take huge risks and to back non-traditional approaches.
I think that we’re just at the very, very beginning of watching the implications of being ubiquitously connected to everybody on the planet and what you can do with that.
I get fed by the human spirit by seeing the kind of art that is created there and the kinds of innovation.
Chris Anderson's community is aimed at demonetizing a number of industries.
My fear is that there's a lot of pressure on public corporations no matter how well intentioned their managers are to produce results.
Strategist and CEO Amy Jo Martin says that not only should we not fear young kids' use of social media, we should teach them to view it as a personal branding tool for their future success.
Two University of California-Davis graduate students have created a textile that uses microfluidic technology to direct liquid completely away from itself, which could result in extra-sweaty equipment.