A team of graduate students at the University of Florida is working on technology to make traffic stops safer and more transparent– both for the people pulled over and the officers involved.
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I’ve been interning at a tech company that makes mobile apps. Being young, black and Muslim, it’s a little intimidating working in a place without many people of color.
Escape rooms are all the rage, and some savvy educators are using them to unlock student’s learning potential.
Not everyone on the Internet has an artist’s best interests in mind–sometimes not even other artists.
It seems like everyone is talking about how more women need to go into technical careers. For a while I considered studying computer science. But I found myself craving something more tangible.
Snapchat’s newest update is not just tearing friends apart–it’s pretty unsafe too.
Even in the foster care system, there is nothing in writing that gives youth rights to access technology of any kind.
I use my phone to find directions, figure out where to eat, or call a car. So why can’t I use my iPhone when I’m feeling down too?
Danielle Olson is getting her PhD in electrical engineering and computer science at MIT. She’s also a black female activist. So what is it like being a minority of a minority at one of the most elite schools in the country?