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DT&L Fall 2016

Can you imagine a world without energy?

We need energy to live…everything we see, feel, hear depends on energy. There are many forms of energy, chemical energy, chemical reaction, radiant energy, mechanical energy, electrical energy, static electricity and nuclear energy. The future of energy: more complex, resourceful technology and brilliant innovations. Global demand for affordable, reliable energy will continue to increase at […]

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Technology and the Art World

The age of robots is quickly approaching if not already here, and it may pose a threat to aspiring artists. There are two technological advances that will have a particular impact on the art industry: Virtual/Augmented Reality and Artificial Intelligence. Virtual Reality devices provide fully immersive experiences that allows users to personally interact within a […]

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Blockchain: What we’ve learnt so far

As a group, we researched blockchain and identified multiple uses and functions of this groundbreaking technology. Central banks, corporations and financial institutions alike are understanding the importance of integrating this encrypted ledger. In doing so, they hope to ensure longevity by avoiding disruption. Please enjoy the video below:

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Artificial Intelligence Executive Summary: What Have We Accomplished?

What is Artificial Intelligence? According to Stanford University, artificial intelligence is “the science and engineering of making intelligent machines, especially intelligent computer programs. It is related to the similar task of using computers to understand human intelligence, but AI does not have to confine itself to methods that are biologically observable.” AI is the first […]

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What Has Kathrine (Katie) Learned?

Over the course of the semester I have obviously learned a myriad of diverse things. In the video above I have described all factors I have learned as well as my thoughts and opinions about these topics. All of my information is based off our previous blog posts or personal knowledge gained from the classroom.  […]

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Blockchain Technology in the Next Election

The question of election rigging in the United States has now been addressed in more than one election: the 2ooo Bush v Gore presidential elections and this past presidential election and in other nations around the world, news of election rigging is all too familiar. How do we solve this, and more specifically how do […]

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