Posts in Technology
The Rise of Mental Health Startups

It is usually quite easy to look around and recognize a broken leg, small cut, or common cold. However, when it comes to the seemingly invisible ailments that arise in our minds, there still remains a large deficit in acknowledging, treating, and prioritizing mental health.

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The Digitalization of Farming with Dr. Mike Stern of the Climate Corporation

On April 23rd, 2019, Dr. Mike Stern, Head of the Climate Corporation, presented at Princeton University on the digital tools transforming the landscape of farming and the current challenges facing the agriculture industry.

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YouTube’s Censorship of Content Creators

YouTube does have a duty to stop the predatory comments on their platform, but it should not implement the policy in a way that supports the big corporations while leaving the smaller, or non-profit, YouTube channels at the will of an ambiguous set of standards.

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Beyonce's "Lemonade" Hits More Streaming Services

But in each case, it makes their music less attainable to the average person who may not be able to afford the fees of the more expensive music platforms that the artists prefer. In the end, it seems to be the fans who suffer.

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Interconnectivity – the Power of Accumulating Communication Technologies

The revolutionary nature of today’s communication technologies stems directly from their joint utility. Accumulating compatible technologies is invaluable.

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Australia’s Crusade on Encryption

Back in December, Australia’s legislature passed an unprecedented and far-reaching cybersecurity law—the first of its kind globally. This law, called the Assistance and Access Bill, gives authorities unlimited access to data and information protected by end-to-end encryption.

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