Black History Month presents an opportunity to highlight contributions of those who have paved the way for the United States to lead the world in technological innovation. Larry Irving is one of those stories.
In celebration of Black History Month, this week’s Creation of Innovation shines a light on a groundbreaking immersive exhibit that recreates an iconic moment in American history – the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.
Following FCC Chairman Ajit Pai’s 2017 reversal of the Title II decision, annual capital expenditures grew significantly, increasing by $2 billion in 2017 before jumping up by $3 billion in 2018.
In the fast-moving arena of today’s adaptive technology, people who are blind or visually impaired can use white canes that have object-detecting sensors, GPS navigation, voice assistance, and other features.
According to a recent study by the American Medical Association, adoption of remote care tools such as tele-visits and remote monitoring have seen the largest increase in use among physicians over the last three years compared to all other digital health tools.
Two United States senators finally decided to take action to pull us out of the net neutrality vortex. Sen. Roger Wicker, a Republican from Mississippi, and Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, a Democrat from Arizona, are ignoring the gridlock that is Washington to put the net neutrality issue to rest.