Kendra Srivastava




This Is the Most Impressive Way to Stop Cyber-Bullying I’ve Ever Seen.

This Is the Most Impressive Way to Stop Cyber-Bullying I’ve Ever Seen.

Anti-bullying software can now detect even subtly hurtful comments on social media sites, as machine learning works to discourage teens from insulting each other online.
Kendra Srivastava in Innovations & Inventions



You Don’t Need Eyes With a Headset Like This.

You Don’t Need Eyes With a Headset Like This.

A headset called EyeMusic may help blind people “see” colors and shapes through sound, as mobile technology progresses to compensate for the absence of vision.
Kendra Srivastava in Innovations & Inventions



Hey Google: Is That a Camera In Your Backpack? Or Are You Violating My Privacy?

Hey Google: Is That a Camera In Your Backpack? Or Are You Violating My Privacy?

Google developed a 360-degree backpack camera, called “Trekker,” to map remote regions of the world despite privacy concerns.
Kendra Srivastava in Innovations & Inventions



Discover the App That’ll Save Your House From a Wildfire.

Discover the App That’ll Save Your House From a Wildfire.

Two Colorado developers built an app to track the state’s raging wildfires, using the power of crowdsourced social media to keep people connected in emergencies.
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This One Thing Is Our Military’s New Secret Weapon. And You Have It, Too.

This One Thing Is Our Military’s New Secret Weapon. And You Have It, Too.

The U.S. military plans to leverage smartphones and other mobile devices in future military operations, suggesting soldiers will soon rely heavily on handsets in the field.
Kendra Srivastava in Strategies & Solutions



U.N. Says Online Freedom Is Human Right

U.N. Says Online Freedom Is Human Right

The United Nations argues people should enjoy the same basic rights online as off, prompting controversy over the necessity for worldwide Internet freedom.
Kendra Srivastava in Politics



The Next Frontier for Internet Censorship

The Next Frontier for Internet Censorship

Ethiopia’s government is increasing online restrictions, a move that may slow the country’s economic progress while underscoring the need for an Internet Bill of Rights.
Kendra Srivastava in Politics



Soap Bubble Screens Are Thinnest Yet

Soap Bubble Screens Are Thinnest Yet

Researchers are turning soap bubbles into the world’s thinnest electronic screens, as display technology advances to encompass more flexible, fantastic and lifelike features.
Kendra Srivastava in Innovations & Inventions



How Bendable Electronics Stretch Medical Technology

How Bendable Electronics Stretch Medical Technology

Researchers developed highly elastic electronics that keep maximum conductivity when stretched, paving the way for bendable smartphones and medical devices.
Kendra Srivastava in Innovations & Inventions



Protecting Our Internet Freedom

Protecting Our Internet Freedom

The Declaration of Internet Freedom seeks to protect online users from government and corporate interference, suggesting unfettered Internet access should be a basic human right.
Kendra Srivastava in Politics