It took me a while to finally let everything sink in. When I first came back and people started asking how I felt about the trip, I would always answer with something like, “It was great, I got 70 LinkedIn connections!” or “The offices are so cool and I got so many swags!” since it … Continue reading How TechTrek Inspired Me: Reflection
Last week, I tweeted a BBC article "AAAS: Machine learning 'causing science crisis' ". (AAAS stands for The American Association for the Advancement of Science. It is the world's largest general scientific society, with over 120,000 members, and is the publisher of the well-known scientific journal Science.) The terrifying title suggests that ML (machine learning) is … Continue reading Machine Learning Causing Science Crisis?
As we are reaching a new frontier with various kinds of technologies, more and more of our personal information is being sent and kept online, sometimes even without us knowing. Therefore, forms of hacking and phishing has become incredibly catastrophic because more and more extremely sensitive information are being obtained by each hack. In the … Continue reading Cybersecurity in the Age of AI
In today’s class, I gave a very brief presentation on Oracle’s history and its fairly new Generation 2 Cloud. However, as such a computer technology giant, there are a lot more to mention about their cloud business group, other fields of operations, and the controversies in which the company has been involved. First of all, … Continue reading More On Oracle: Cloud, Blockchain, and Controversies
This past year there has been one product that seems to slowly started appearing more and more in the everyday life of people. Even those who refuse to become users of this product still see it around everywhere. Walking to work, working out at the gym, and even in the library, this is one thing … Continue reading What Does the Popularity of Apple’s Airpods mean for the future?
The city of Boston is home to many universities, thus causing it to be home to many broke college students. Yet, even with the mass amount of students in the city, Boston is not one of the cheapest places to live. When Michael Farid, Brady Knight, Kale Rogers, and Luke Schlueter were studying at MIT … Continue reading Are Robotic Devices the Future of the Food Industry?
This passed Thursday I had a Lyft ride with a particularly talkative driver. His name was Evan Blaustein and is the founder of Boston based techcessory company Mimoco. Specializing in USB flash drives that look like pop-culture icons, Mimoco (according to their website) is determined "to deliver FUN and FUNctional products that keep fans … Continue reading The Role of Design in Technology