The famous Apollo 11 astronaut says NASA's sights should be on Mars.
Space agency allocates $50 million to private companies.
Eric Schmidt and other WEF participants argue that mobile technologies can make us better humans.
The attendees of the World Economic Forum chose the startups they like most.
Technologists at the World Economic Forum seemed unmoved by the abstraction of the public markets.
Technology Review's editor in chief is attending the World Economic Forum's annual meeting.
Rumors suggest that the Obama administration won't fund NASA's lunar plans.
The fear is that online labor markets, such as Amazon's Mechanical Turk, allow unscrupulous employers to exploit disadvantaged workers. The truth appears somewhat different.
New technologies are missing many things, but especially their markets.
If financial markets behave like nonlinear wave-like systems, then rogue waves are an inevitable consequence.