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Local Motors To Sell World's First 3D-Printed Electric Car

3D-Printed Electric Car Local Motors, a low-volume car manufacturing company based in Phoenix Arizona, announced plans to sell the world’s first 3D-printed electric car in ...
The History Of 3D Printing - From Kidneys To Cars

The History Of 3D Printing – From Kidneys To Cars

The History Of 3D Printing 3D printing, also called additive manufacturing, has been one of the breakout technologies of the last 18 months. People are ...
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Should We Be Afraid Of Automation – Are We At Risk?

Should We Be Afraid Of Automation? The automation of society is happening. Those who have read Kurt Vonnegut’s Player Piano know that it depicts a ...
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Exciting Possibilities With 3D Printing Innovation

3D Printing Innovation An early vision of man’s interaction with machines beyond the internet of things. Since the dawn of time, humans have manipulated the ...
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3-D Printing Heralded As New Genesis Of Manufacturing

3-D Printing And Manufacturing Three-dimensional (3-D) printing, commonly described as a disruptive technology, is positioned as a strong entrepreneurial opportunity for those who understand and ...

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Mark Banfield

A Seamless Customer Experience Is Essential to Success in Today’s Digital Economy

By Mark Banfield | April 1, 2020

Implement A Seamless Customer Experience The need for digital interaction has never seemed more critical than it does today. As the coronavirus continues to spread, citizens around the world are being asked to hunker down in their homes and limit

Steve Prentice

Episode 3: The Bottomless Cloud – An Interview with David Friend of Wasabi

By Steve Prentice | March 31, 2020

Why data is not “the new oil” and why “cloud” means more than we think. In his new book, author David Friend refers to the cloud as “bottomless,” and disputes peoples’ assessment that data is the new “oil.” So what

Jen Klostermann

Telemedicine to medical smartphone applications

By Jennifer Klostermann | March 26, 2020

Telemedicine to medical smartphone applications With the current and growing worldwide concerns regarding the Coronavirus (COVID 19). Telemedicine is more important now than ever. What are some of the key areas in the coming years that will require new innovation

Anita Raj

Coronavirus: Can technology help fight the pandemic?

By Anita Raj | March 25, 2020

Coronavirus and Telemedicine Technology COVID-19 has brought the world to a near standstill. From NBA to Met Ball and Coachella, all major events and festivals are canceled. Disneyland is shut and movies are postponed. Flights are grounded and public transport

Martin Mendelsohn

Who Should Protect Our Data?

By Martin Mendelsohn | March 18, 2020

Who Should Protect Our Data in The Cloud? You would think that cloud service providers are safe havens for your personal data – they all have a ‘security’ component embedded into their offerings and claim to be more secure than,