Recently, Google hit the pause button on a military artificial intelligence project amidst thorny ethical questions raised by its own employees.
For nearly a decade-and-a-half, I’ve been serving in the creative field. From working with churches to non-profits, I’ve worked alongside some of the most talented people I’ve ever met.
Technology is advancing at such a rate that it elicits fear in our hearts because we feel that we are going to be left behind and overlooked with the march of progress.
You’re using a new revolutionary piece of technology each day and might not even know it.
I grew up surrounded by technology. I am child of the 80s, a time before most people had a personal computer much less the internet in their home.
I am a father of two young sons. Being a dad to them is challenging yet infinitely rewarding.
About a month ago, Google announced a groundbreaking technology that it hopes will revolutionize the way humans interact with computers.
Most people, when thinking about technology, conjure up the idea of a smartphone, the internet, self-driving cars, or maybe even popular types of artificial intelligence such as Apple’s Siri or Google Home.