New bitcoins are created during the digital process of verifying transactions. Here’s how it works.
Blockchain is complicated, but at its roots, it’s simply a way to perform secure transactions.
Cryptocurrency might not be coming to a bank near you—yet. But bitcoin ATMs are springing up across central Indiana and the nation, and some tech leaders say that, within a decade, cryptocurrency could be more life-altering than the internet.
Early adopters say blockchain has the potential to revolutionize everything from executing insurance contracts and conducting financial transactions to assuring food safety.
Hong Wan, director of the Purdue Blockchain Lab, is researching the ways the distributed-ledger technology can help industry become more secure and transparent.
Participants in a unique Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra program use music to better understand management styles.
The Grand Challenges program has set aside $300 million for projects designed to solve “major and large-scale problems facing humanity” that can be addressed only by multidisciplinary research teams.
Our state’s key industries—manufacturing, agriculture and logistics—face imminent disruption from internet-connected devices, referred to collectively as the internet of things.
Many successful entrepreneurs provided good advice early in my career, but I found a surprising number provided absolutely poor advice.
Researchers at Indiana University and the Regenstrief Institute are measuring whether a virtual walk on the beach could help prevent cognitive issues faced by patients who spend time on a mechanical ventilation machine in the intensive care unit.
Quietly—as consumers turned their attention elsewhere—virtual reality has been finding its place in business operations, particularly to make education and training more accessible and less expensive.
A VR headset allows a trainee to slide the engine out of the back of a helicopter, pull apart the engine’s dozens of components and examine them—all without interacting with the real thing.
Blockchain might fundamentally change the way documents are verified and the way contracts are negotiated, executed and enforced.
Employees have to be comfortable believing they can be and are creative.
Visual note-taking—which involves distilling in real time the points of a meeting, conference or speech with a combination of sketched images and words—has just started catching on.
As a company that leverages the cloud to create better worker and customer experiences, Appirio offers a unique opportunity to elevate the way technology is used to mitigate diversity and inclusion challenges.
Indy Achieves seeks to increase the portion of central Indiana adults with a post-secondary credential to 65 percent and eliminate pervasive attainment gaps by 2027.
A growing number of industry leaders agree that simply an understanding, not a mastery, of technical skills will be necessary to compete in the future.
Human resources and benefits company FirstPerson regularly sends workers to Chicago; Silicon Valley; Austin, Texas; and other far-flung tech hubs to pick up new skills and broaden their thinking.