Everybody wants to know the next big tech play. To invest before it goes mainstream. Today we share a technology you probably haven’t really thought much about, but that will grow to a $19 billion industry in just five years. The technology is known as Hyper Imaging, and it’s about to change your life in ways that are hard to imagine.
Preparations are underway as we embark on one of the greatest moments of our era – the biggest financial bubble in the history of mankind. But what happens when the financial bubble pops?
The University of Manchester has unveiled a new form of computer that could change the world more profoundly than the advent of the Internet, mobile phones, or nuclear power. A team headed by Professor Ross D. King revealed in March a super fast form of computer that “grows as it computes.” It’s DNA computing and it’s awesome.
The collapse of Lehman Brothers in September of 2008 plunged the world into its worst recession since the Great Depression of 1929. Even today the Gross Domestic Product of many countries is still below the 2008 peak, particularly in Europe. The question is, can it happen again? The answer is yes. Here’s how…
Health Canada today lifted a huge regulatory weight off the backs of medical marijuana producers. Changes announced on May 26 in Ottawa will streamline the process to get a License to Produce cannabis under the Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR). They will also make it far easier for existing license holders to operate their business, particularly if they want to expand production. Here’s how it will impact applicants, producers, and investors.
No matter who you are, your life is about to be irrevocably changed by artificial intelligence. Millions of jobs are going to vanish over the next 10 years, and unless new types of jobs are created, the unemployment rate in the industrialized world will skyrocket. Here’s another look at our future with robots.
Canada’s equities market is like any other exchange in the world. It consists of buyers and sellers that exchange goods – in the case of the stock market, securities. But unlike many other places, Canada is at a major disadvantage. Here’s a look at why Canada’s stock market is failing.
Ahh, the beauty of being popular. When it comes to the Internet, reviews and popularity often signal trust. In fact, it has long been touted that we are often more inclined to make purchase decisions based on ratings. But are we actually being duped? Here’s a look at the massive business that is Click Farms.
Would you eat a steak that was grown in a laboratory? That is the trillion dollar question that will decide the future of food production. It will affect everyone who works on a ranch, a slaughterhouse, a meat processing plant or a packing house. And while it sounds like far-flung science fiction, it is a question that will face you at the supermarket in a few short years.
In the near future, Drones could be delivering your packages. Here’s a look at one Company leading the charge in Canada and how it’s solved many of the regulatory roadblocks that exists in the space.
ABcann Global Corporation (TSX-V:ABCN) announces that Nobel Prize winner and the “Father of Marijuana Research,” Raphael Mechoulam has agreed to extend his role as an advisor to the Company.