Robots aren’t stealing jobs, but they are drastically changing what they look like.
VR has emerged as the most effective way to train employees because it fully immerses people into a situation and creates empathy.
Today, the concept of working from home has become mainstream—a recruitment tool, even—with many companies supporting these programs with policies, tools, and technology from near and far.
Draper helped develop the technology that put humans on the moon. These days, they’re using their impressive catalog of intellectual property to solve more down-to-earth problems. The same technology that guides a missile to its target could help plants pollinate, and even deliver medicine in developing countries.
Before we worry about teaching ethical decision-making to robots, we need to figure out how to teach it to the people who build them. Explore the approach that universities like Stanford, MIT, and Harvard are taking to cultivate an understanding of ethical issues in their students, and how this can benefit the companies that may one day employ them.
Climate change affects all livelihoods around the world. It cost trillions of dollars to governments. Even large tech companies aren’t immune to the potential outcomes of it. However, with their growing influence over the world, tech companies also have a high influence on potential solutions. Here are three ways tech companies can combat climate change.