Science

A girls makes a drawing reading "Everything is going to be alright", as part of school homework on the COVID-19 coronavirus on March 12, 2020 in Manta, near Cuneo, Northwestern Italy. (Images Marco Bertorello/AFP/GETTY Images)

Creative Ways to Work With Your Kids in the Age of Coronavirus

by eCommunicator As the new coronavirus, COVID-19, spreads throughout the world, kids are home now for a while. It’s your job as parents/guardians to keep your kids priorities and their daily activities as busy and fun as possible with or without their devices. During the weekday, it’s best to stick […]

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Elon Musk: Happy Totalitarian

Elon Musk: Happy Totalitarian

by Benjamin Wiker You may have caught wind of the latest attempt by Elon Musk to improve upon our human lot, this time by wiring our brains into computers through implanted chips connected to ultrathin threads lacing our brain (hence, the name “neuralace”). If you can’t decipher his white paper, […]

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Nature is intelligent (image Claudia Harmata)

Nature’s Witness to Intelligent Design

by Donald DeMarco I was finishing my morning coffee and nothing in particular was occupying my mind. A black-capped chickadee suddenly appeared before my eyes, walking alongside our front yard maple tree. It was busy, no doubt looking for food. At that moment it seemed to be operating with more […]

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Understanding Artificial Intelligence

Understanding Artificial Intelligence

by Rowland Adeniyi The field of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is so broad that we cannot scratch the surface in this blog. What we can do however is to give you a broad view of what AI is and it’s application today. AI controls the backbone of several websites and robots, […]

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T-Mobile Launches 5G for 200 Million Americans (Image T-Mobile)

T-Mobile Launches 600MHz 5G Across the US

by eCommunicator T-Mobile has the first, largest, and only nationwide 5G network, covering more people and places than anyone else. No 5G signal goes farther or is more reliable. It’s worth mentioning that T-Mobile’s 5G mmWave, super fast, but short-range coverage went live since June in six cities across the […]

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How to Control Things Using Your Brain

by eCommunicator How to Control Things Using Your Brain (and Open-Source Hardware) | Cyborg Nation | Nov 4, 2015 OpenBCI is an open-source hardware that allows a D.I.Y. community of artists, designers, and engineers to innovate, while serving as a tool for research and innovation back in 2015. From using […]

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This artist's concept shows the sky-crane maneuver during the descent of NASA's Curiosity rover to the Martian surface. The Mars mission launching in 2020 would leverage the design of this landing system and other aspects of the Mars Science Laboratory architecture.(image NASA/JPL)

Mars 2020 Mission

by eCommunicator The Mars 2020 rover mission is part of NASA’s Mars Exploration Program, a long-term effort of robotic exploration of the Red Planet. The Mars 2020 mission addresses high-priority science goals for Mars exploration, including key questions about the potential for life on Mars. The mission takes the next […]

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Advancing Technology for the Benefit of Humanity

by eCommunicator There are so many ways technological advancements have helped humanity save time and cost of production. Our personal life is now heavily dependent on technology and technology has advanced with years and changed the way we communicate, educate our children, travel, socialize, live, and buy products. As people’s […]

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