Generations vs. Technology – Interview

Human-technology relationships are constantly transforming. We live in a world that is surrounded by technology in all different forms. This relationship can be observed in every day scenarios and is significant to predicting our future. I have conducted an interview

Generations vs. Technology – Interview

Human-technology relationships are constantly transforming. We live in a world that is surrounded by technology in all different forms. This relationship can be observed in every day scenarios and is significant to predicting our future. I have conducted an interview

A look at BIG DATA

  Big data what is it well the definition is “extremely large data sets that may be analysed computationally to reveal patterns trends, associations, especially relating to human behavior and interactions”. Although this is what big data is said to

A look at BIG DATA

  Big data what is it well the definition is “extremely large data sets that may be analysed computationally to reveal patterns trends, associations, especially relating to human behavior and interactions”. Although this is what big data is said to

How has the predominance of the human cyborg grown in response to emerging human technology?

The image of the cyborg is one that blurs the line between the human and technology; that which is natural and man-made (Verbeek 2008, pg 387). When we consider the definition of technology, “machinery and devices developed from scientific knowledge,”

How has the predominance of the human cyborg grown in response to emerging human technology?

The image of the cyborg is one that blurs the line between the human and technology; that which is natural and man-made (Verbeek 2008, pg 387). When we consider the definition of technology, “machinery and devices developed from scientific knowledge,”

Future technologies – An interview with an Engineer

Over my studies I have found different people have different perspectives and sometimes this relates to their back ground or education as Suzanne Benner (masters of Education) “Education can have many effects. It often affects people by opening them up

Future technologies – An interview with an Engineer

Over my studies I have found different people have different perspectives and sometimes this relates to their back ground or education as Suzanne Benner (masters of Education) “Education can have many effects. It often affects people by opening them up

Questioning the Future: Where is Education headed?

Futuring is a practice that is becoming more prevalent in contemporary studies. The act of analysis and prediction is a means by which designers can examine the world around them and, therefore, consider possible scenarios that may occur. It is

Questioning the Future: Where is Education headed?

Futuring is a practice that is becoming more prevalent in contemporary studies. The act of analysis and prediction is a means by which designers can examine the world around them and, therefore, consider possible scenarios that may occur. It is

Technology and the Individual – An interview

Through the course of my studies it has become apparent that the relationship between humans and our technologies is a prominent one. As Idhe states technology holds a “fundamental relationship with humans”, exploring how this illusive term is both subjective

Technology and the Individual – An interview

Through the course of my studies it has become apparent that the relationship between humans and our technologies is a prominent one. As Idhe states technology holds a “fundamental relationship with humans”, exploring how this illusive term is both subjective

Global Futures: Energy Sources After Fukushima and Future Possibilities

The Fukushima Disaster has changed the way we think about nuclear energy and its impact on health and the environment. Before the disaster, Japan was the third leading consumer of nuclear power. Nuclear energy was approximately 29% of Japan’s power

Global Futures: Energy Sources After Fukushima and Future Possibilities

The Fukushima Disaster has changed the way we think about nuclear energy and its impact on health and the environment. Before the disaster, Japan was the third leading consumer of nuclear power. Nuclear energy was approximately 29% of Japan’s power