Archive for: technology

 

Art Meets Technology on the 40 Acres

A scale model of the UT Tower that glows and lights up, a virtual room where everything seems to be right at your fingertips, and 3-D-printed toy soldiers are...

 
 

Dreams into Movies

Electrodes connected to a sleeping person’s head, lab-coated scientists monitoring a computer screen for subconscious activity—the ability to watch somebody’s...

 
 

In the Loop

A crackerjack team of UT students is competing to change the way we travel. Imagine commuting from Los Angeles to San Francisco and back in one night after attending...

 
 

Todd Humphreys: Don’t Overregulate Drones

Todd Humphreys is an assistant professor of aerospace engineering and engineering mechanics in the Cockrell School of Engineering at The University of Texas at...

 
 

Who Will Watch the Watchers?

Two UT hackers have built a safeguard against the privacy intrusions of camera-wired apps. Ever get the feeling that your computer is watching you? As long as you’re...

 
 

“Be Fearless”: LadyMafia Connects Women in Tech

Women are still woefully underrepresented in science and technology (STEM) fields—one recent study found that only 27 percent of STEM workers are female. Women...

 
 

Paine: Higher Ed Is About More Than Information Delivery

This piece originally ran in the Austin American Statesman on Jan. 11, 2014. Let me start by admitting my bias. I have been a university administrator for more...

 
 

The Work-From-Home Wars

When Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer banned telecommuting at her company this spring, the uproar was instant and loud. Critics called the move a step back in the struggle...

 
 

Cloud Computing: Lose the Hard Drive

Lose the hard drives and disks. Cloud computing is the future,and UT is there. Free-associate the word “cloud.” Rain, snow, electrons, and even one’s judgment...

 
 

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At Google, UT Alum Gives Sites to the Blind

Google Chrome, Android, Firefox—even tech novices know and recognize these applications, which have all become vital to our day-to-day lives. What you may not...

 
 
 
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