Op-ed | Can we backhaul our way to space?

If the market grows large enough, a dedicated lunar-to-LEO tanker industry could evolve Trade. It enables, disseminates, and helps pay for new technologies and skills. It encourages sciences, the arts, and communications across oceans and cultures. It is a requirement for the evolution and supply of settlements and cities. Like technology and physical expansion, trade is a defining characteristic of humanity. It is impossible to overstate its importance in human history and development. So, how do we get trade, and all of its ancillary benefits, started on the new frontier

Keypoint Intelligence Recognizes Konica Minolta with the BLI…

The financial services sector has been transformed by the COVID-19 pandemic, with a sudden and sustained need for cloud-based solutions that enable ‘anywhere working’ for an industry that had not traditionally maintained a remote workforce. FAIRFIELD, N.J. (PRWEB) September 15, 2021 Keypoint Intelligence, the world’s leading independent provider of testing services and analytical information to the document imaging industry, today announced that Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc., has claimed the Buyers Lab (BLI) 2021-2022 PaceSetter Award in Financial Services. Based on research conducted in the North American market, this

Why blockchain can help block false news

In 2018, a video of former President Barack Obama appeared on YouTube explaining how easily technology can be used to manipulate video and create fake news. It had over 7.2 million views.Obama discusses in the video how we live in dangerous times, where “enemies” can make us say anything at any moment. Moments later, the video was faked by itself. How Blockchain Technology Contributes To Gaming Sector(Opens in a new browser tab) In the last five years, whether its news articles, images or videos, fake and misleading content have gained

Three currency wars, not one

This short blog post describes three different types of currency wars that seem to be happening at the moment. The phrase “currency wars” is not new – typically is has referred to deliberate devaluation of one’s own currency to increase competitiveness of exports.  If your currency is worth less, then your goods are cheaper to foreigners, so they buy more of them, which is generally good for your country. Yet with increased discussion and relevance of fintech, wallets, central bank digital currencies, Libra, bitcoin, etc, it seems to me that