A Closer Look at the Psychology of Online Traders

December 27, 2019

While traders might give the impression that they have spent time and effort in becoming familiar with a particular market before gambling big bucks on a trade, often they are very much overestimated. Traders are, I am loathe to say, … Continued

Hospitals vs Opioid addiction. Who wins?

December 22, 2019

Opioid addiction in the United States has reached an epidemic scale. A growing number of people have become addicted to prescription painkillers like morphine, oxycodone and hydrocodone and illegal drugs like heroin and illicitly made fentanyl. Among 70,200 drug overdose … Continued

Proptech: The Revolution Changing The Real Estate Industry

December 15, 2019

Over the last few years, companies like Zillow and Opendoor have revolutionized the real estate industry, demonstrating how technology can reshape how we buy and sell homes. During those early years, though, these companies just scratched the surface of what … Continued

Are America’s School Trips Safe?

December 14, 2019

School trips and excursions are seeing a sad decline, with excessive paperwork, lack of time, and a risk-averse culture to blame. In the United Kingdom last year, 43 percent of teachers surveyed by the Sutton Trust said they had made cutbacks to … Continued

Cloud Computing for Smart Water Management

December 9, 2019

Cloud computing is becoming a critical component of resource management for smart cities. The cloud provides the compute power needed to collect and analyze the massive amounts of data generated by a smart city. In particular, water and energy management … Continued