Information Renaissance

Information Renaissance

Renaissance shifted the way people think in Europe. It brought information and showed men a different society and different points of view. The information renaissance is what happening to us now, it is the information that is readily available to anyone, giving us knowledge about any area. Jay Gillette differentiated the renaissances by saying, ” in the earlier renaissance, I hypothesize trade came first and information followed. Today I hypothesize that information comes first, and trade follows” (p.5). Today we…

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Human Communication

Human Communication

Have you ever wonder how life would be if we could not communicate? We have been communicating since the day we were born. From falling asleep to communicate you are tired to crying in sign of starvation. Without communication the world would probably still be in the stone age, life would be lonely and living would be a mediocre experience. The more I think about communication today, the more I realize how it is vital for life. Communication has such a broad…

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Innovations and Us

Innovations and Us

As a deepen myself into the technology world, I cannot help but wonder what is coming next. In this fast paced field, there is something new every day. Currently, I am lucky enough to be one of the students participating in a 5G network research project. Me and 3 other colleagues are helping to research and hopefully fasten the implementation of the first 5G network in the United States. So what is 5G? Whenever I think about 5G the first thing…

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Are You a Scientist or a Thief?

Are You a Scientist or a Thief?

What would you do if someone would break into your home and kidnapped your kids, maybe steal your wallet, clothes, or anything you have worked for? You would call the cops and say a thief is in your home, correct? According to the Oxford dictionary, the term plagiarism comes from the early 17th century from the Latin word plagium, which originated from the Greek word plagion, and it literally means kidnapping a man. So why do people think plagiarism is any different from…

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Innovations and the Environment

Innovations and the Environment

“Potential effects on climate in the 21st century include the creation of drought-prone regions in North America and central Asia, erosion of the West Antarctic ice sheet with a consequent worldwide rise in sea level, and opening of the fabled Northwest Passage” Johnson Hansen said the quote above in 1981. According to the Global Drought Information System, September 2016 was the second hottest September in a 137-year record, causing extreme drought in North America, Asia, and Europe. Sea levels worldwide…

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Center for Information and Communication Sciences

Center for Information and Communication Sciences

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than 50 percent of the jobs today require some degree of technology, and this number will grow to 77 percent in the next decade. So how are you planning to keep your career updated? How are you planning to acquire some of the most desired skills today? The Center for Information and Communication Sciences (CICS) provides you with broad and in depth knowledge about  the technology world. From telephony, to the cloud,…

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