Today, over 90% of U.S. teenagers are online. When it comes to social media, 50% of all teenagers log on at least once a day, with 22% logging on more than 10 times a day. We, like our parents and their parents before them, are worried about the effect that technology is having on the development of our kids. The author discussed the five rules for teaching teens to live with technology responsibly.
Cybersecurity expert Yan Shoshitaishvili joins Heather Ross to talk about the cybersecurity and social implications of the FCC’s December 2017… Read More
The conversation about “Web Science” is becoming more urgent and more central to the future of the planet and the way we live a life worth living.
We need our brains to adapt advantageously for ingenious design and development, especially as the time between stimulus and response becomes precariously pressurized.
The United States is now debating the wisdom of limits on monitoring by the National Security Agency (NSA). While the… Read More
By Gary T. Marx, University of Chicago Press, 2016. Reviewed by Donna L. Halper It goes without saying that we… Read More
“One precious element in the Judeo-Christian tradition is respect for the human person. Each person is of infinite value in… Read More
What can parents do? Children need different rules at different ages of development. Here are some 3-6-9-12 Rules for the… Read More
Surfing in the ocean. S. PILEGGI This evening I sat down to reflect on some significant happenings in the… Read More
Having recently relocated to a country where I know very few people, I tried looking for a local branch of… Read More
Katina Michael at the University of Wollongong, guest editor of the June 2013 Computer magazine special issue on Big Data:… Read More