Amazon and Automation: What does this mean for our consumers, retailers, and workers?

With months of speculation, Amazon finally seems poised to officially enter the Australian marketplace with a ‘Amazon insider’ telling The New Daily  that they’ll have arrived ‘no later than 2017 to early 2018’. This aligns with other sources such as Business Insider noting on January 17th that Amazon had ‘more than 100 job vacancies listed […]

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Science in CyberCulture

Originally posted on #himynameismeg:
The Internet has created a global network connecting scientists around the world and enabling collaboration and innovation. But many new complications have also arisen within developing cybercultures and citizen involvement. https://vimeo.com/209865030?activityReferer=1 References Ala.org.au. (2017). Citizen Science – Atlas of Living Australia. [online] Available at: http://www.ala.org.au/get-involved/citizen-science/ [Accessed 21 Mar. 2017]. Cass Sunstein,…

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DIGC335: Blog post#1

Originally posted on hhd795:
Make Low-poly graphic great again: A critical study about the state of low-poly graphic, its applications and manifestations   This project will set out to first and foremost, discuss low-poly graphic not only as one of the thriving art forms of the popular culture, but also as a concept, a fundamentally…

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Bedroom Banter – Fear of Emerging Tech.

Originally posted on Awesome. Amazing. Asian.:
https://soundcloud.com/kc923/bedroom-banter-fear-of-emerging-technology Sources: International Conference on Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality and Computer Graphics (June 15-18, 2016, Lecce, Italy) https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/what-would-aristotle-do/201105/the-fear-losing-control Control by John A. Mills (2000) https://cybercultures.blog/week-three-cyberpunks-and-cyberspace/

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