Despite AI gaining a lot of buzz for its wide applications, MIT professor Max Tegmark took a step back and investigated the philosophical implications of artificial intelligence and how it shapes society in the future.
By: Bryan Tseng
A preview to a topic being presented at the next Biztech general meeting.
By: Sunny Zhao
Amazon dominated online retail in 2017. They claimed 45%-50% of all online sales on Black Friday, bringing in an estimated $1 billion dollars. They’ve managed this and many other feats by staying ahead of their competitors in both the online and physical retail spaces. But what enables Amazon’s competitive advantage and how have they maintained it to reach a staggering $701.5 billion market capitalization?
By: Jack Sawyer
Over the winter break I had the chance to see the robot evolution, no not the doomsday scenario we constantly see being played out in Hollywood, but an exhibit at the Museum of Industry and Science in Chicago, Illinois.
By: Jack Sawyer
Did you know this about net neutrality...
By: Akshay Pardiwala
The rise of artificial intelligence is both looked upon with great expectations and with great fear. It has also raised a lot of questions. Will AI usher in a new age of prosperity for mankind, will it herald in the beginning of the end of modern human civilization, or maybe a mix of both? What are the consequences of AI?
Dean of Questrom School of Business Ken Freeman, joins BizTech for a riveting discussion on N. Venkat’s new book, The Digital Matrix.
By: Michelle Foun
The human body at its purest state alone is restricted, yet technology continues to elevate the threshold of our physical capabilities. Will we ever fail to bridge the gap between our current standards and the seemingly impossible?
By: Nolan Kim