How Technology Is Leading Us Into the Imagination Age

In many ways, the future is unpredictable. A report by the World Economic Forum reveals that almost 65 percent of the jobs elementary school students will be doing in the future do not even exist yet. Combined with technological automation and the disappearance of traditional jobs, this leaves us with a critical question: how can we survive such a world? The answer may be imagination. Initially coined by Rita J. King, the imagination age is a theoretical period beyond the information age where creativity and imagination will become the primary creators of economic value….

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How to grow cannabis? With modern science and technology

Cannabis plant strains in jars in MediJean’s Health Canada-licensed tissue culture development lab are kept for research as manager Abdul Ahad works in the Richmond, B.C., facility, in this 2014 file photo. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck) In Canada and around the world, legal cannabis producers face many challenges: Varying government regulations, high security requirements and a lack of reliable information on how to grow their crops. Growing cannabis has been illegal for so many years that scientific research on how to best produce this crop is limited. Much of the knowledge on how…

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5G Specifications Wireless Technology in the Security Industry

5G Specifications Wireless Technology has as of late immersed the security business. It can spare time and cash on establishment, yet does it offer an indistinguishable level of security from a hard-wired framework?   At whatever point new technology is discharged into an industry, it is normally invited with wariness. Wireless technology has as of late immersed the security business. It can spare time and cash on establishment, yet does it offer an indistinguishable level of security from a hard-wired framework? Here are a few contemplations on wireless security gear….

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Apple Supplier Is Said to Plan India Expansion in iPhone Manufacturing Push

HIGHLIGHTS Apple supplier Wistron is reportedly looking to expand production Wistron executives are said to be looking for about 100 acres of land Wistron may use expanded facilities for other brands as well Apple’s primary iPhone assembler in India is scouting for about 100 acres of land in Bengaluru to expand its facilities for the world’s most valuable company, according to people familiar with the matter said. Wistron executives toured the city last week and have shortlisted a few parcels including one plot close to the airport, said the people, asking not to be…

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InFocus Snap 4 India Price Slashed in Limited Period Discount on Amazon

HIGHLIGHTS InFocus Snap 4 available at a reduced price It’s exclusively available on Amazon India The limited period discount ends on November 17 InFocus on Tuesday announced a limited period price cut on its Snap 4 smartphone in India. The InFocus Snap 4 will be available at a special price of Rs. 9,999 on Amazon India. The limited period Rs. 2,000 discount is applicable from November 1 to November 17. To recall, the Snap 4 was exclusively launched on Amazon India at Rs. 11,999 in September. One of the biggest highlights of the InFocus Snap 4…

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Your health will depend on the type of food you eat – A Closer Look at Organic Israel Farming Technology In India

You Are What You Eat   You are what you eat and the nutrition of the food you eat is just a symptom of the soil it came from. If you consume high quality foods that were grown in an organic, nutrient rich soil, then you will most likely be healthy, assuming you practice a holistic lifestyle to some degree. If you eat poor quality foods that come from a soil dense with toxins and void of life and nutrients, then inevitably, your body will follow suit and become toxic….

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Are the Amish right about new technology?

The basic stereotype about the Amish – drivers of horse-drawn buggies, wearers of huge beards – is that they’re stuck in the 18th century: if a technology wasn’t invented by then, you won’t find them using it today. (What goes clip clop, clip clop, bang bang, clip clop? An Amish drive-by shooting.) So it’s alarming to learn, as the New York Times reported recently, that smartphones, PCs and computer-controlled machinery are increasingly part of the community’s daily life. There are Amish bakeries that take credit cards. So much for your fantasy –…

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Why We Need to Discuss the Downsides of New Technology

Jason Segel and Kirsten Miller’s new book OTHERWORLD is on sale now where books are sold. In 2003, a guy at Harvard built a website so his fellow students could ogle each other. By 2012, one billion people were using that site to stay in touch with their friends. In 2016, the Russian government turned to Facebook to influence the United States presidential election. No one, not even Mark Zuckerberg, saw that one coming. Eighty years ago, beetles were consuming Australia’s crops, so the government imported cane toads from South America, hoping they would get rid…

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A Tiny Technology Stock Ready To Explode On The Upside

Investors focusing too much attention on large technology stocks like Apple, Google, and Microsoft have perhaps missed a tiny technology company ready to explode on the upside, Universal Display, as Qualcomm’s stock did back in the 1990s and the early 2000s. Universal Display is up 582% over the last five years. And that may be just the beginning. Universal Display and Qualcomm are in different segments of the technology industry. Universal is a developer and manufacturer of organic light-emitting diode technologies and materials. It also provides services to the display and lighting industries….

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Acer Aspire 5 A515-51G Review

HIGHLIGHTS It boasts of an Intel Core i5-8250U CPU and Nvidia MX150 GPU CPU performance is good but the 4GB RAM makes Windows 10 very sluggish The Aspire 5 A515-515G-571Z is priced at Rs. 51,500 Intel recently announced its 8th gen Core CPUs for laptopsand desktops, which were highlighted in new launches at IFA 2017. Laptops based on these new CPUs have already started trickling into the market, and Acer is one of the first companies to start selling them in India. The Aspire 5 series has gotten the refresh, and Acer has launched multiple SKUs…

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