Technology is making live more convenient, time efficient, provides more opportunities to communicate and constantly provides us with information. We could not imagine a world without technology, it has become a natural essence of our lifestyle and there is no way we can or want to delete it. This revolution is blurring the lines of humanity and technology. Besides all improvements and advantages, technology is also causing problems.

When you ask people nowadays how they are doing, their standard answer is 9/10 times, busy. People are juggling with things such as school, work, family and life in general. Juggling so many things at the same time may let you feel a bit stressed...

Eureka! A moment, a brief thought on which you have an idea that nobody can take from you. Many people experience this thought once in a while, but -and be honest- how many of these ideas actually see the light of day? There are ots of people on our planets with genius ideas, but not many of them have the skills to design or the knowledge or network to make it happen. What if this could be changed?

Most of us know some kind of movie, book or series describing the world when computers are getting on the upper hand. While we are still calling this genre science fiction, it is closer to becoming reality than most of us are aware of. While Artificial Intelligence is learning from human behaviour faster than the day of light there will be a point it can outsmart us, the question is not if but when if we just let it do its thing...

Our world, or I can even say galaxy, is designed to be more and more digitalized. As the technical innovations burst into the market, many of them are not chosen to succeed. So, when is a technical device strong enough to enter the future? SoftTech or TimidTech is the answer, personalised and made to fit humans. Though, with the exponential growth of Artificial Intelligence, this human embedded technology is about to go a lot further.

Have you ever felt sorry for a robot? Or do you understand the development of sex-robots? The relationships humans can have with a robot or digital device are reaching a higher level. We have reached an unexplored domain concerning our social standards. Is there a norm in how we act towards robots and do we want to show them our respect even though they do not have the combability to feel pain, joy or love?

Imagine a big urban area. What are the first materials and colours you see? Chances are, that those are materials like asphalt or other dark-coloured materials that are used to construct our buildings and streets. These are heat retaining that make our cities hotter -...