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Daniel Nelson

Daniel obtained his BS and is pursuing a Master's degree in the science of Human-Computer Interaction. He hopes to work on projects which bridge the sciences and humanities. His background in education and training is diverse including education in computer science, communication theory, psychology, and philosophy. He aims to create content that educates, persuades, entertains and inspires.

Google’s DeepMind Launches AI Ethics Research Unit

As research into artificial intelligence speeds up, and it spreads into more and more technologies, the ethics of AI use is likewise becoming much more relevant. In order to keep a firm grasp on the societal and ethical impacts of […]

Light Activated “Quantum Dots” Make Anti-Biotic Resistant Bacteria Vulnerable Once More

One of the biggest emerging threats in the world today is the proliferation of drug-resistant superbugs. In the attempts to find ways to fight drug-resistant infections, a research group from the University of Colorado has made a promising discovery. Synthetic […]

First Ever Quantum-Encrypted Conference Call Completed

As research and quantum computing advances, more and more possible applications for the technology are coming to light. Quantum cryptography can be used to help people ensure that transmissions between them and other parties are confidential, thanks to the way […]

The Problems of Data Ownership and Data Security

Data science is one of the fastest growing fields in the world. We’re creating data all the time, and recent estimates show with that approximately 90% of the data that exists in the world today has been created over the […]

Only One Type Of Science: European Scientists Denounce Use Of Homeopathy

Advances in medical science are being made all the time, just recently scientists managed to develop a treatment for HIV that successfully destroys 99% of HIV strains, and scientists are also investigating the possibility of a vaccine to treat tooth […]

Solar Industry Makes Rapid Progress Despite Opposition

Solar power has occasionally been referred to as a “disruptive technology”, and it is becoming increasingly easier to see why. As solar power gets cheaper and more efficient it is destabilizing old systems of energy and industry, particularly fossil fuel […]

8 Micronesian Islands Just Sank Into The Pacific

Global climate change represents what may be the single biggest threat to modern society and our way of life. Climate change represents such a major upheaval to our current way of life that many experts even argue that people should […]