The IT industry consumes 3-5% of the world's electricity and you would be amazed how much negative impact badly coded software could have on it!
Proponents of free speech dream of forming alternative digital content universes controlled by people instead of corporations. The invention of blockchain may be the missing technology that makes that possible.
The real value of Google Pixel's Call Screen feature is the problem it solves, not the technology its marketing team is talking about.
Many people use artificial intelligence and machine learning interchangeably, which isn't a bad thing as long as it isn't done with ill purpose.
There is significant interest in many countries in the potential of blockchain for government services, both in terms of cutting costs and for building trust and transparency. And, indeed, there already are many compelling pilot projects around the world.
Facebook's recent hack highlights the inherent flaws of authentication methods that give unlimited access to online accounts after a single login.
Artificial Intelligence as a Service (AIaaS) is the latest trend that is gradually conquering the cloud.
ICOs as a method of funding face face a multitude of shorcomings. STOs are the natural evolution that help mitigate a number of ICOs' limitations.
With a monopoly on wired broadband home internet there may be a solid case for net neutrality regulations, but 5G networks are poised to disrupt the whole equation.
A relatively wide adoption and use of blockchain showed us the shortcomings of the current state of the technology. Blockchain 3.0 may be the solution we've been waiting for.