Flying Into Modern Times

November 5, 2013 Guest 0

If you’ve been on a flight recently, you may have noticed some archaic rules in place, such as restrictions on electronic devices during flight. In the U.S., there exists a ban on mobile phone use […]

Intelligent Machines

October 29, 2013 Joseph Iacoviello 0

The quintessential test for Artificial Intelligence is Alan Turing’s “Turing Test”. If a machine can fool a human into thinking that it is also a human, the machine passes the test. In the past, this […]

Please Drive Me

October 29, 2013 Guest 0

If you’re a commuter who drives to school, do you actually drive? Or do you commute to school? I think there’s a big difference between driving and commuting, with the latter being significantly more dangerous […]

Technology News: Quantum Computing

October 16, 2013 Joseph Iacoviello 0

In May, Google created its Quantum Artificial Intelligence Lab with NASA using quantum computer hardware they bought from a Canadian company called D-Wave. Since then, we haven’t heard much about what they are doing or […]

Smarter Than You Think

October 7, 2013 Joseph Iacoviello 0

Joe Iacoviello Clive Thompson, a freelance journalist, wrote a book titled “Smarter Than You Think”. In this book, Thompson talks about how the Internet and other technologies are significantly affecting how we think. Although the […]

The iPhone 5s and 5c

October 7, 2013 Vector Staff 0

Securing the Future Apple has announced two new devices for its lineup: the iPhone 5S and the iPhone 5C. Whenever Apple announces new devices, it also announces plenty of new features and enhancements that make […]

Technology News: MakerFaire

September 30, 2013 Joseph Iacoviello 0

Joe Iacoviello This year I attended MakerFaire 2013 on Sept, 21st. MakerFaire is a unique experience compared to other conventions like PAX and E3. Most conventions are used by companies to show off their products […]

Popular Pirates

September 27, 2013 Vector Staff 0

Alberto Vergara Piracy doesn’t seem like it’s good for anything; it seems like it’s bad news for just about everyone involved. What if piracy was somewhat helpful? I say that you might just have to […]

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