Dépopulation ou reprise de contrôle possible de notre avenir?

Pour le 40e anniversaire de la fondation de Nature Québec, j’ai écrit un court texte qui parlait, d’une part, de certains acquis de l’organisme au fil des ans et, d’autre part, d’une sorte d’échec global. Mon point principal à cet égard: alors qu’il y a 40 ans l’humanité en général et ses différentes populations à travers le monde étaient peut-être dans une situation gérable, aujourd’hui la croissance économique, couplée à une croissance démographique, ont rendu…

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Virtual Reality: Traversing the Boundaries of Classroom Learning

We live in a world that is continuously transforming as tech­nological advancements integrate into the seams of society. Will the education system also conform to these changes, and push past the boundaries of traditional classroom learning? The traditional education system, still widely used today, involves consuming large amounts of factual information in short timeframes, mainly through reading. While this teach­ing style was practical in a pre-digital era, students today have mixed attitudes towards “hitting the…

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Accessible Healthcare in a Capitalist World

At some point in our lives, a situation like this might become a reality. If and when that time comes, we want our answer to each of those questions to be a resounding yes. But these seemingly simple decisions depend on so many different fac­tors. And in many places in the world, there are those who would hesitate to reach out for healthcare services so readily. Healthcare accessibility can be broken down into three main…

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Neuralink – A Small Innovation with Big Potential

When thinking of the future and the radical cutting-edge technology that might define such an era, one might picture things like flying cars, casual space travel, and the close coupling of humans and machines, allowing us to exceed the limits of our own bodies and achieve what was previ­ously thought unimaginable. Even with the vast strides in technology that have been made in the past few de­cades, it is difficult to think that any of…

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Issue 3, 2021 – Cover

As we adapt to the new normal brought upon by the COVID-19 pandemic, we find technology increasingly embedded in our everyday lives. From the way we communicate to the way we provide care, it is hard to imagine what the world looked like before the pandemic. The dichotomous nature of technology was clearly highlighted by this pandemic. Indeed, while it allowed us to interact during the lockdown, it also became the root of misinformation that…

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