- Publisher: MIT Technology Review (June 26, 2018)
- Issues: 6 issues / year
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B001AHPAX4
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Published by MIT since 1899, Technology Review is the authority on the future of technology. The award-winning editorial team crafts investigative, in-depth stories that focus on the latest innovations in IT, biotech, nanotech, and energy that are about to hit the marketplace. From the "zero-emissions city" in Abu Dhabi to the early-warning earthquake system in China and to the next-generation applications for social networking, each Technology Review issue identifies and analyzes the most important emerging technologies from around the globe. There is only one publication that provides indispensable knowledge about where technology will take us and how it affects the world around us. Simply put, it’s about staying ahead of the curve by knowing what lies immediately beyond it.
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Not a science magazine - at least not in my opinion.
Having spend a career working with engineers and management addressing solutions for advanced semiconductor and embedded systems technology, in my opinion, the MIT Review has lost it's way and no longer serves it readers.
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This is the preeminent review of technological developments.
If I have a criticism, the sphere of the review tends to follow dominant, even faddish, trends - for example, at present, e-commerce. I for one would like to see more of what is happening in less trendy but "trending" spheres. For example, as an investor, I follow developments in mining technology. Some of the emerging technologies in this sphere are likely of much more enduring significance than many of the stories you will see in Technology Review (for example, the undersea mining technologies being developed by Nautilus Minerals, or the clean-up approaches adopted by Alexco Resource Corp).
Similarly, venture capital firms have far too narrow a focus, and are also missing out on emerging technologies in fields that are not currently "in style."
This will change, and I hope Technology Review keeps up, or takes on a leadership position!
Mi estimado @JeffBezos, si por alguna razón lees esto, por favor ayúdame, porque nadie ha hecho contacto conmigo y es MUY DIFÍCIL tener acceso al servicio técnico.
Espero poder modificar esta calificación muy pronto.
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The only downside is inability to view this via Amazon cloud reader. However i detract from the magazine. The level of information is great for lay persons as well as those more experienced with some of the subjects. A great balance of articles and great journalism.