Introduction to Dakota Digital Review

The cartoonist Walt Kelly said it best, “We are confronted with insurmountable opportunities.” What sorcerer or ancient magician could have imagined what we take...

Introduction to Dakota Digital Academy

After our founding last fall, the Dakota Digital Academy continues to gain traction with faculty and administrators across the North Dakota University System (NDUS)....

Precision Agriculture

The Future in Farming and Ranching As the state’s land-grant university, NDSU has a unique role to play in precision agriculture. Recently, Dakota Digital Review (DDR) interviewed Greg Lardy, Vice President for Agricultural Affairs at NDSU, about precision agriculture and the future of food production. As well, Lardy serves as the Dean of the College of Agriculture, Food Systems and Natural Resources and the Director of the North Dakota Agricultural Experimental Station, both at NDSU, and...
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Digitization & Energy Dependency

The Need for Affordable, Accessible Energy As residents of a top energy producing state, now adapting...

Would Regulation Prevent AI From Becoming an Evil Overlord?

Some people are, perhaps, afraid that heavily armed artificially intelligent robots[1]https://theconversation.com/losing-control-the-dangers-of-killer -robots-58262. might take over the...

GameStop or Stopping the Game?

Retail Davids vs. Wall Street Goliaths “O wonder! How many ingenuous investors are there! How courageous...

Witte & (Digital) Wisdom

The Benefits & Challenges of Online Education Unlike many teachers, Shannay Witte was well prepared to...

Complex Maya Computations

Math, Time, Astronomy & Hieroglyphs Ancient peoples and places might seem far removed from the world...

Facebook vs Free Markets & Innovation

Examining a Regulatory Capture Power Move Facebook wants new internet regulations. And they haven’t been shy...

Precision Agriculture

The Future in Farming and Ranching As the state’s land-grant university, NDSU has a unique role...
selfDriving

Are Self-Driving Cars Safe?

Challenges in Technology, Trust, AI & Cybersecurity On April 17, 2021, a Tesla Model S automobile,...

[OPINION] Atoms of the World Unite—Or Split

If transitioning to “green” energy (primarily wind and solar) yields only a 6 percent reduction...

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[OPINION] Dune or Done? COVID’s Avoidable Catastrophe

Imagine someone growing up in a vast desert. One day, this young man or woman leaves home and eventually comes to a river for...

Artificial Intelligence, Cyberattacks & the Next Cold War

It’s easy to confuse the current geopolitical situation with the 1980s at the end of the Cold War, when tensions between the Soviet Union...

News Desert: Losing Our Local Newspapers in the Digital Age

One day last year, my sister approached me to ask a journalistic favor. Carol owns a chocolate shop in Somerville, New Jersey, a county...

Closer to the Robo-Rubicon: Robots, Autonomy and the Future (or Maybe Not) of You

Seven years ago, Maj. Gen. Robert Latiff and I wrote an opinion article for the Wall Street Journal, titled “With Drone Warfare, America Approaches...

Here, There, and Everywhere: Human vs Cyber Space in Art

Recently, we interviewed David Borlaug, the president of The Capital Gallery, about the differences and synergies between physical space and cyberspace in art. The...
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New Books From Our Contributors

New Books: The Cloud Revolution

The conventional wisdom on how technology will change the future is wrong. Mark Mills lays out a radically different and optimistic vision for what’s really coming.

New Books: Future Peace

Robert Latiff urges extreme caution in the adoption of new weapons technology and makes an impassioned plea for peace as a military officer who spent his career preparing for war.

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1 https://theconversation.com/losing-control-the-dangers-of-killer -robots-58262.