Plenty of money can be made in the AgTech field. Solar technologies to power horticultural projects in arid areas, AI, nanotechnology, and remote sensing to increase food production, radar technology to automate the process and indoor farms and precision agriculture. The need for tech innovation to help farmers become more efficient and address food waste,… Continue reading Plenty of money can be made in the AgTech field
There’s a lot of confusion about what job candidates should wear for interviews at today’s tech companies and startups. Are suits and skirts too formal? Are jeans and sneakers too casual? Does anyone even care how you dress as long as you can do the job? The author of this article decided to ask a… Continue reading What’s the Dress Code for Job Interviews These Days?
In an era of fake news, IEEE, the largest and most respected nonprofit, non-political institution is trying to restore a semblance of trust in news-sharing sites and the institution of journalism. Its new "IEEE P7011 Standard for the Process of Identifying and Rating the Trustworthiness of News Sources" will analyze factual accuracy, headlines, and provide… Continue reading IEEE Standard to Rate the Trustworthiness of News Sites – IEEE – The Institute
Earth day is 48 years today. There's no better time to raise awareness about renewable energy than today. When renewable energy sources are used, the demand for fossil fuels is reduced. Unlike fossil fuels, non-biomass renewable sources of energy (hydropower, geothermal, wind, and solar) do not directly emit greenhouse gases. The use of renewable energy… Continue reading Earth day is 48 years today. There’s no better time to raise awareness about renewable energy.
I admit that to some extent I was going to give up on my dreams, often due to failures and hardship. Learning about successful leaders, helped me to keep going. Nothing comes easily. It took them years to reach success. And there was no short cut to doing so, only the desire to get there… Continue reading Learning about successful leaders, helped me to keep going
"Chinese are smarter than us". I can't forget how mad was my first grader son when he told me his teacher said that . I said: NO son. They are not. We are the same. Every nation has smart people. What I could not explain for him, is why "I think" his teacher said that.… Continue reading I guess my son was right!
While I was encouraging my baby to walk her first steps into a big city before years, I didn't imagine that, one day, I will learn from her how to do things better. Yesterday, she invited me for a " cup of coffee" while driving. Using an app, while still in the car, she placed… Continue reading Instant Gratification from Generation-Y