Science and Technology

How to Build a Web Site

In 2017, almost everybody comes across a web page every day. This is a process description on how to build a custom web site. It is a very versatile and personalized way to showcase your company and also stand out from the rest. It can be done in five steps: the preproduction, the wireframe, the design, the programming and the hosting.



Trouble Shooting

            In Electrical Engineering, a lot of unexpected things can happen and in this field, if something breaks, we have to repair it as quickly as possible with the equipment that we have until we got the real and appropriate material. This kind of temporary solution is called ‘’trouble shooting’’. To appropriately ‘’trouble shoot’’, we need to follow a list of steps and to have with us some crucial equipment.

Column chromatography

Marc-André Côté


Column Chromatography

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Easy System at the Base of an Augmented Production

By cleaning and organizing a work station with a 5S system, the waste of time will drop and the production will improve. In Japan, all the improvements possible in any kind of production are a priority. By this idea, they created many concepts such as the 5S’s. The 5S is a system to fully organize a work station. This system is succeed when the five major steps are done. These steps are sort, systematize, sweep, standardize and self-discipline.

High school student improves

Olivia hallisey, a Junior High School student,, she soon became interested in the research of Ebola outbreak after seeing how quickly it grew. She looked into various tools and found there were few, those were difficult to use and expensive. The ELISA kit proved to be the most reliable, however its dependency on cold temperature made it slow and inefficient, by the time one person would be diagnosed they’d have already infected several others,spreading exponentially faster than it could be diagnosed.

Objectification is Not a Game

In this advertisement for the portable gaming system called the PlayStation Vita, a faceless woman is shown to have two sets of breasts, one on her front and one on her back. The tag line, “touch both sides for added enjoyment,” is written in a small minimalist font and is positioned in the bottom right corner. Unsurprisingly, the poster focuses on the provocatively clothed woman and not on the advertised product.

Robots: ASCIIng the real questions. Addressing the bugs in moral codes.

In 2015, with an increase in research and access to artificial neural networks, an unprecedented amount progress took place with respect to artificial intelligence (AI)(Clark, 2015). Artificial neural networks aim to replicate the human brain, allowing them to acquire the brain’s unique ability of complex problem-solving and decision-making. While this has been beneficial in a range of fields, from finance to the medical industry to telecommunications and so much more, there is an inherent risk in the continued development of AI (CNN, 2006).

Who should use 3D printer?

  3D printers enable synthesizing three-dimensional solids by building up the object layer by layer using computer aided design. Futurologist Jeremy Rifkin suggested that the emergence of 3D printing leads to the beginning of a third industrial revolution(Rifkin). The creation of 3D printing cuts cost and saves time successfully in the industry. However, there are several problems might be caused by the improper use of 3D printing, which includes increasing the difficulty of protecting intellectual properties and the possibility of manufacturing illegal weapons etc.

Setting the Moral Laws on LAWS

With the rapid advancement and proliferation of weapon technology, machines are increasingly beginning to replace humans on the battlefield. Many now consider robotics technology – Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems that have the ability to choose how and when to attack – as the future of warfare. Most of us are uncomfortable with the idea of sentient machines, especially ones that are engineered to kill. After all, humans should be making the decision to take human lives, right?

Would You Drive into a Wall to Avoid a Pedestrian at Your Own Risk?

In an age of continuous scientific and technological advancement, it is not uncommon that morals constitute a potential brake to seemingly revolutionary ideas and concepts. This is the case for autonomous cars. Indeed, while human error is the source of more than 90% of car accidents, a car that requires nearly no human action has a much faster reaction time and cannot be drunk or distracted by a cellphone. However, the use of self self-driving cars represents a moral dilemma in the measure that these vehicles can face dilemmas themselves.