1. Agriculture the New Game of Drones

    A few days ago the people in Deer Trail, Colorado made national news with a proposed ballot initiative to allow hunting licenses to shoot down flying drones. Deer Trail would charge $25 for drone hunting licenses, and the town would offer a $100 bounty reward for shooters who bring in debris from an unmanned aircraft from the U.S. government. This perfectly illustrates the growing paranoia associa…Read More

  2. Search Engines for the Physical World: The Future of Search Technology in an Increasingly Transparent World

    Consider the following scenario. In 2035 a heinous criminal escapes in the city of Dallas, Texas and the local police department acquires a court order to conduct a thorough search of the metro area. Within 15 minutes a fleet of twelve surveillance drones is deployed to begin an ultra high-res flyover. Because of exponential growth of processing power, storage, and bandwidth, each drone is capable…Read More

  3. The Great Freelancer Movement: 8 Reasons Why your Next Job will be a Project

    By 2025, over 75% of the workforce will be comprised of Millennials, a group many refer to as the Facebook generation. That’s just over 11 years away. For big corporations this should come as shocking news. Most have been content to ride out the economic turmoil with little to no hiring, and what little did take place was rarely from this generation. Only 7% of Millennials have worked for a Fort…Read More

  4. Inspiring a Better World Ahead, the Museum of Future Inventions

    What images come to mind when you think about the future? Do you think about near-term futures with 3D printers, driverless cars, and robotics, or do you think about more distant futures of space travel, human cloning, and teleportation devices? People make decisions today based on their understanding of what the future holds. In fact, your vision of the future permeates virtually every decision y…Read More