Category Archives: Academic

Smartphone Addiction. Is it a ‘thing’?

Since the beginning of mainstream television, there have been many studies on the pathological effects of excessive television on the developing brain. The general consensus being that excessive television turns our kids into zombies by numbing their minds and promoting a lethargic lifestyle. Likewise, smartphones have made their way into our daily lives in such an intrinsic way.… Read More »

Resolution: Level Four Autonomous Cars Should be Legalized in the United States

Abstract This paper will examine the benefits that arise from the adoption of level four autonomous cars, and will effectively argue for the legalization of this technology in the United States. A critical analysis of the safety benefits of this technology finds the combination of cooperative abilities through vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) communications systems, machine learning technologies,… Read More »

Integration or Segregation: An analysis of the effectiveness of Canada’s official policy of multiculturalism

In principle, federal support for distinct ethnic groups to retain their cultural identities while benefitting from full societal participation is generally supported. The official policy of multiculturalism promotes the full and equitable participation of individuals and communities of all origins, assists in the elimination of any barrier to that participation and ensures that all individuals receive equal treatment… Read More »