Digital Transformation Drives Computer Software Firms: 5 Picks

Elva Mankin

Digital transformation is often perceived differently across the organization structure that leads to confusion. But, in the last few years, companies around the world have put in collective effort to enable smooth business transformation. The coronavirus outbreak in the beginning of 2020 pushed employees to adapt to remote working, which […]

How Virtual Concert Platform Wave Plans to Save Live Music

Elva Mankin

Eight years ago when Tupac Shakur’s hologram was billed to perform at Coachella, the idea seemed almost unthinkable to most. But now as the coronavirus pandemic continues, artists and fans are increasingly turning to live streaming platforms and companies like Wave, a Culver City-based software firm that creates avatars of […]

Should teachers be considered essential workers?

Elva Mankin

“The 360” shows you diverse perspectives on the day’s top stories and debates. What’s happening As the coronavirus pandemic began to hit the United States, schools shut down and moved online for the remainder of spring for the safety of their teachers and students. Now, with a new academic year […]

Christian leaders debate how to do church amid pandemic

Elva Mankin

On a recent Sunday, Rod Loy, senior pastor at the First Assembly of God in North Little Rock, Arkansas, delivered the message of the Gospel through his computer screen. “It’s easy to live out your faith when everything is going good,” he preached to his congregation. “But the real test is difficult. How […]

The algorithms that make big decisions about your life

Elva Mankin

student protesting Thousands of students in England are angry about the controversial use of an algorithm to determine this year’s GCSE and A-level results. They were unable to sit exams because of lockdown, so the algorithm used data about schools’ results in previous years to determine grades. It meant about […]