The present and the future are inevitably becoming rapidly technological. The possibilities are quite literally endless, with autonomous cars, clean meats and virtual reality technologies becoming more and more of a reality than ever before. As a result of this, the workforce has changed dramatically since the early 1900s, — manual labour is becoming less … Continue reading The Future for Women in STEM & Arduino’s Practical Influence
If you were to walk down an aisle housing children's DVDs in a shopping centre, scroll through the kids segment of Netflix or take a closer look at the children’s bookshelf in your local library, I would be surprised if you were to say you didn’t see an animal (cartoon or ‘real’) on a DVD or … Continue reading Looking to Animals For Lessons on Morality
“During 2008 the number of things connected to the Internet exceeded the number of people on the Earth. By 2020 there will be over 50 billion.” Whether these things be appliances, materials or personal technology, physical objects are connecting to the Internet at a rapid pace. The Internet of Things (IoT) was termed in 1999. … Continue reading “You Mention the Internet of Things and Everybody Loses their Minds.”
Multi-tasking. It is an incessant joy I experience on a daily basis, yet also proves to be the bane my of existence. Whilst for the most part I love to listen to Lorde, eat strawberries and write a message to a friend friends on Facebook in the lounge room with the television showing a recap … Continue reading Goldfish: They’re Probably More Attentive Than You
This is the second video in my YouTube series 'Discover: Bollywood'. In this episode I will be discussing traditional Bollywood films and Westernised Bollywood crossovers. I hope you enjoy it. Please comment with any feedback as all suggestions are greatly appreciated.