Readers of this continuing series on privacy will recall that, in the last installment, I discussed the concept of information parity.
Privacy: Demand as Information Parity
Previously, I provided an overview on why the demand for privacy is rising. Based on that, I suggested that there were three qualities of information underlying the increasing demand.
Unmanned Aircraft Myths
With the development of unmanned systems technology comes tremendous potential, especially in the field of aviation. According to an economic report by the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International, the largest growth of UAS will be in commercial applications.
Capitol Astronautical Engineering student projects aim for the skies…literally
As summer 2018 approaches, a group of engineering and computer science students at Capitol Technology University is awaiting a NASA rocket launch that will take their project into orbit.
Jump Start Juniors attendees see STEM in action
Students attending an annual STEM expo at Capitol Technology University saw a demo of advanced-level drones and got a firsthand look at technology that can scan human thoughts, among other activities Friday (May 4).
Intelligent Systems in Automobiles: AI in the Automotive Industry
Self-driving cars aren’t here yet, but they aren’t the only new type of driving experience coming to consumers.
Intelligence and Consciousness: What's the Difference?
By Jason M. Pittman, Sc.D.
How business and data analytics is changing the transportation industry
Every time you fly on a plane or check into a hotel, you generate data – information that can, in theory, help companies beat their competitors while providing customers a richer, more personalized experience.
Space (Policy) is Unforgiving
By Sandy Antunes, Associate Professor, Capitol Technology University
Capitol lauded for integrating cyber into business courses
Want to be a savvy business leader? Increasingly, you’ll need to be cybersecurity-literate.