Career Chemistry of Chemical Engineers: Job responsibilities, career scope and pay scale

Here are the top sectors hiring Chemical Engineers, along with the career prospects, job responsibilities and pay scale in Chemical Engineering. Chemical engineering is concerned with processes that convert raw materials or chemicals into more useful ingredients and products for [Read More…]

The Convergence of People, Cities, Nature, and Technology: A Review of the Shenzhen Biennale

December 22nd, 2019 saw the public opening of the 8th Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture (UABB) in Shenzhen, China. As the world’s most visited architecture exhibition, the Biennale forms an influential moment for the dissemination of architectural knowledge, and the generation [Read More…]

Toronto Elevate Technology Conference Ponders Human Migration Patterns And The Future

Michelle Obama was one of the celebrities who attended the Elevate Technology Festival in Toronto last week. Michelle Obama and other celebrities attended the Toronto Elevate Technology conference last week. ELEVATE Last week Michelle Obama attended the Elevate technology conference [Read More…]

Worshiping Technology Gods: Exponential Technologies And Anthropic Abundance

Ancient Roman lead water pipes (1st century). Grosvenor Museums, Chester, UK. WIKIMEDIA PUBLIC DOMAIN, WOLFGANG SAUBER Lead provided ancient Romans with an ideal material for plumbing (hence the Latin word for lead, plumbum). Asbestos radically improved fire safety. They also destroyed [Read More…]

GOOGLE CONTINUES INVESTMENTS IN MILITARY AND POLICE AI TECHNOLOGY THROUGH VENTURE CAPITAL ARM

LAST YEAR,GOOGLE faced internal revolt from many employees over its handling of Project Maven, a secretive contract between the company and the Department of Defense to use artificial intelligence to improve the military’s drone targeting capabilities. After a series of internal, worker-led protests [Read More…]

I thought I made the worst mistake of my career, but 3 things helped me ’embrace the suck’ and move on

I was offered a job in South Korea right out of college to help a company grow relationships with key international stakeholders. I said “yes” without hesitation. After all, what could go wrong? Back then, I hadn’t developed my “spidey [Read More…]