Computing

The Many Applications for Data-Over-Sound Technology

Hong Kong is often in the news for all the wrong reasons. What most HK residents would probably want you to know is just how much they love their city. Politics aside, when nearly 28% of a city’s population takes to the streets to protest at the same time, it tells you something. These people […]

6 Privacy Solutions for Big Data and Machine Learning

Travelers who wander the banana pancake trail through Southeast Asia will all get roughly the same experience. They’ll eat crummy food on one of fifty boats floating around Ha Long Bay, then head up to the highlands of Sa Pa for a faux cultural experience with hill tribes that grow dreadful cannabis. After that, it’s […]

Unqork – A No-Code Software Platform for Enterprises

Software quality assurance (SQA) is a notoriously difficult occupation, even more so in startups. That’s because startups typically hire rock star developers who walk on water and know it. In SQA, your job is to point out to these prima donnas their mistakes, something they don’t take kindly to. You’ll never release a piece of […]

Data Gumbo – A Blockchain Network for Industries

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia isn’t what it says on the tin. We quickly realized that over several weeks in the country meeting with technology startups and local Saudis who are overwhelmingly friendly towards visitors. Like any country, there’s the good and the bad. The roads are some of the most dangerous in the world […]

A Big Bear Thesis for Ali Baba Stock

“China is more prosperous than before. The people have better lives but they are not happy and confident because the scars are still there.” Those are the words of Jung Chang, an amazing human being who wrote one of the best books you’ll ever read – Wild Swans: Three Daughters of China. In her book, […]

Is Quantum Computing Real or Just Vaporware?

The smallest unit of matter is an atom. It’s also where things start to get really weird. More than 99.99% of the atom’s mass is the nucleus. If the nucleus were the size of a car, all the nothingness around the atom would be about the size of the State of Utah, a place where […]

A Jurny Towards Contactless Hospitality

While we may not be able to explain the strong performance of the stock market year-to-date, we can understand why certain technologies are accelerating their rate of adoption. Telecommunications tools like Zoom, modular factory robots like Bright Machines, and autonomous last-mile delivery drones are all seeing strong interest from investors as we get used to […]

How to Invest in The Amazon of China

It’s always a good laugh hearing the D&I charlatans talk about “Asians,” as if that’s an appropriate way to group nearly 60% of the world’s population. There are actually five distinct regions in Asia containing 48 different countries. One in four people on this planet is from Southern Asia, hailing from places like India, Pakistan, […]

Making IBM Great Again With Artificial Intelligence

The larger a corporation becomes, the more processes are needed to control things, and sometimes you end up with a buzzword-laden monstrosity that’s nearly impossible to figure out. Warren Buffet often advises to “invest in what you know,” which is perhaps why IBM turned out to be one of his biggest investment mistakes. As longtime […]

Atomera Stock Soars on Hopes of Resurrecting Moore’s Law

We recently discussed how Moore’s Law is coming to an end which threatens global productivity. Nearly everything around us today that’s considered “high-tech” is here because the power of computing has doubled every two years and plummeted in price – until now. What’s Moore’s Law? If you haven’t heard of Moore’s Law, it refers to […]