Emily Gray-Fow is a technology journalist, web designer, and entrepreneur with a background in mechanical engineering and computer science, which she studied at The Open University. Currently based in the UK, she has lived in the U.S. and travelled extensively in Europe, and she is currently a business partner in a small electromagnetics compliance consultancy. Emily is particularly interested in neural networks and edge computing.
Western medicine has seen huge growth in the use of technology for the treatment of disease and in preventative medicine. Many centres in Europe are leading the way in the use of smartwatches and fitness trackers to treat a number of different conditions, making innovative new leaps in how these body-worn sensors can help keep us fit and well.
2 weeks ago
There is currently no end in sight for the electronics component shortage we have been plagued by in recent years. The rise of the Internet of Things (IoT), autonomous vehicles, and a move towards more distributed digital hardware infrastructures such as Edge computing have pushed component manufacturers to the breaking point.
one Month ago
While younger engineers might feel that their shiny new degrees make their skillsets more relevant, most established electrical engineers with years of experience have these necessary skills that haven't hit history books yet.
2 months ago
Elon Musk's dreams of hyper-fast transportation and connectivity worldwide are filled with innovation and open-source production. But is the all-mighty Hyperloop possible, or just another unrealistic plan by tech's most eccentric innovator?
about 3 months ago