Embracing the Great Tech Race

Chelsea Ng

September 28, 2015

Our region is falling more and more behind when it comes to developing new technology. Some astounding advancements in artificial intelligence and robotics are being made in the United States and Japan. Google (or Alphabet), Palantir, and even Facebook are breaking ground in transportation, health care, and other sectors, meaning that some major disruption is on the way. Technology is advancing faster than ever, and we’re being relegated to mere importers that may or may not be lucky enough to afford what we’re allowed to buy.

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