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Bribery, tax evasion, money laundering, counterfeiting, corruption, even the finance of terrorism. These are among a long list of crimes enabled by the use of "cash." The attempt to crack down on these crimes is driving governments and a range of companies to pursue the potential of a cashless society.
Last year cyber crime cost the global economy over $450 billion. Take a look at how A.I. and hackers are teaming up to create new digital armor.
The US Air Force is contracting with start-ups to get a leading edge on A.I. and nano satellite technology in case of a space conflict.
The melting Arctic is a global calamity. One scientist has a plan to refreeze the North Pole using wind-powered pumps.
How machine learning and artificial intelligence is improving the financial industry.
Online lender SoFi raised $105 million from investors who want a piece of the company's high-yielding student loans and mortgages.
The $7 billion marijuana industry has a lot to hash out with the IRS on Tax Day: Cannabis start-ups need to pay Uncle Sam in cash.
New tech tools use A.I. and analytics to match candidates with employers during the difficult job search.
Udacity is offering a bounty for whoever can program a self-driving car, with the help of Chinese ride-sharing company Didi Chuxing.
Partnering with major companies and universities, Coursera and Udacity are leading the charge to address America's growing skills gap.
Education technology is expected to grow to $16 billion in just a few years, and tech giants want in on the new lesson plan.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on the rising role of technology in the classroom.
Toy companies are lining up to offer kids fun ways to learn coding and other valuable tech skills.
The future of fintech: top technology trends for market infrastructure providers.
With parents trying to get a leg up for the their kids, they are increasingly looking to high-tech toys. CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports the latest on how toys start-ups are lining up to offer kids fun way to learn new skills including how to code.
A Japanese venture hopes to reap millions by being an interstellar garbage collector for dead satellites in space.