There is one critical element still missing from the climate change conversation: labor.
Why Katerra became a master of none, and what the winning solution will actually look like.
Perhaps the answer to our food shortage lies in solving a simple, though still difficult, engineering problem: the ability to pick and harvest crops at speed and efficiency with minimum downtime.
While it may be some time until autonomous vehicles are on the roads, there is certainly space for them in other sectors.
Everyone is up in arms about the April jobs report. The US added 266,000 jobs during the month, but it was a fraction of what was expected and did nothing to change the unemployment rate.
At the same time, we had a viral TikTok video of a McDonald’s in Texas apologizing for being short staffed because “No one wants to work anymore.”
Conservatives are quite loudly implicating the cause of this (and other similar anecdotes from small businesses)are caused by supplements to unemployment benefits and other pandemic aid discouraging work.
So which is it? …well, probably both.