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Cybersecurity Predictions Daniel Markuson
Category: Frontier Horizons Published: January 2020
2019 was an intense year for cybersecurity. Thanks to new outlets, consumers, CEOs, and influential decision makers were forced to hear more about digital liberty. It is up to them to prepare for new challenges.
 
Living Lab for Sustainable Cities Erin Barton
Category: Frontier Horizons Published: September 2017
 
Plant-Branching Architectures Kristina Grifantini
Category: Frontier Horizons Published: September 2018
"Using 3-D laser scans of growing plants, scientists are the Salk Institute for Biological Studies found that the same universal design principles that humans use to engineer networks like subways also guide the shapes of plant branching architectures.
 
Russia Saves Alaska for Us Roger Seiler
Category: Frontier Horizons Published: July 2018
Alaska's first Russian governor, Aleksandr Andreievich Baranov "prevented a British takeover of Alaska so that, years later, the Russians could sell their colony to the U.S., which eventually became our 49th state."
 
The AI Advantage Sean Brady
Category: Frontier Horizons Published: March 2018
 
The Work World's New Normal Maria Franceschi
Category: Frontier Horizons Published: July 2020
"I basically was hired by a voice while sitting in my pajamas. I never saw my manager and that person never saw me. . . . Hiring remotely [is likely to become] the new normal. . . ."
 
What a Sight Chad E. Foster
Category: Frontier Horizons Published: May 2020
"We often ask children, 'What do you want to be when you grow up?' None of them-- and I mean none of them --say, 'I'd like to grow up to be a blind person.'"