What happens when bots talk and people listen?
Science isn’t a bore. It’s amazing! Trust us. But for anyone doubting, maybe you just haven’t been exposed to some of these awesome experiments in sharing the stories of science. Say What? Talking about science—whether
This week’s News of Note from the Silicon Valley – Nov 14, 2014 News – “We’re so grateful that all of you sucked at sports” “Cause if you could throw a football, we’d all have
This week’s news from the Silicon Valley. News – Google Glass addiction A US Navy serviceman became the first person diagnosed with a Google Glass addiction this week, after a prolonged period wearing the device
Are you collisionable? What does that even mean? Here are four terms or phrases we’ve overheard (a lot) recently, and some context to help understand them. At swissnex San Francisco, we are constantly on the
Why is this festival of fun worth a serious look? The 2014 highlights reveal that innovation lurks at every corner, and everywhere you set your gaze the next great pioneer might just be staring back
On becoming the Borg… or not. Brain games for fun, for health, and for education. Inside the NeuroGaming Conference with Dr. Kiki. Adapted from her recent post on Medium. Where we’re at with wearables It
Who controls the Internet? A Q&A with the VP of Public Responsibility Programs of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN). Learn more about Internet governance. Last fall at a local WEF event
To learn more about ICANN and Internet Governance, read Nine Questions for the Web’s Administrators.
At this year’s Game Developers Conference (GDC) in San Francisco, every other game seemed to include an immersive experience as seen through virtual reality goggles. With Facebook’s recent acquisition of Oculus VR, it’s apparent that