Artificial intelligence has been the buzzword for a while now. With the advancement in artificial intelligence(AI), various industries are trying to sneak in an opportunity to enter the deep learning world of Artificial Intelligence.
Computation integration on demand had a real problem to solve in its quest to be one of the greatest inventions of mankind. Invented by Matthew Scott Primous in America and spread across seas to Japan, Europe, and Germany. It was on its way to becoming a global movement in technology being commemorated in 2007 and given a high-tech medallion. It was bold with its mission"This invention combines optical technology of nanotechnology to produce accessible and reliable data processing. The invention increases security by demanding three key chips to access it. The key chips are the central controls and power-source of the invention. The invention will revolutionize the way computers are used. Technology suggests the advancement of previous computer technology to simplicity. It uses wireless technology to provide greater accessibility. The main claim of this invention is to provide simple data processing."
3d printing is a variety of processes in which 3d dimensional shapes are made with materials added together(such as liquid molecules or powder grains)typically layer by layer. This process is also known as ADAPTIVE MANUFACTURING.
A brief history lesson on marketing
I met Bill Gates in November 2003. At the time, he was still CEO of Microsoft and was involved in the development of Longhorn, a project that ended up coming to market three years later in the form of Windows Vista. My conversation with him lasted 30 minutes and I was able to ask him a respectable number of questions, all of them professional, but one of them, the last one that I decided to include hours before while preparing the interview, finally stayed in the pipeline.
We live in an ever quickly growing world that is racing forward and an impossible speed that we are always adapting to keep up. Think back 10 years ago. There are things you use every single day that are less than a decade old. Inventions like the Ipad, Lyft and Uber, Most social media platforms, Slack, Airbnb, Instapot, Venmo and more. Mostly of these things are now used by most of us every single day but had never been heard of only a decade ago. Everything is racing forward quickly and there are a few breakthroughs that are proving they will become one of these new common place advances.
Before we start of discussing each of the projects let’s start by understanding what is internet of things and to what scope it has gained relevancy in a mobile first world. IoT is a concept or a technology which aims to connect all the devices to the internet and help them communicate with each other using the internet as a medium.
The recent announcement that the British Government will push forward with HS2 has led to renewed calls for an improved connectivity on the railways. Prime Minister Boris Johnson reiterated a need for the high-speed railway’s connection to northern England, with the updated infrastructure expected to cost between £62bn to £69bn.
An Internet of Things (IoT) project can be a baggage tracker, a facial recognition entrance or even a person with a heart monitor implant. The IoT involves the connection of devices, but not necessarily typical ones such as computers and smartphones, to the Internet. Cars, kitchen appliances, even heart monitors can all be connected through the IoT. With that in mind, here are 5 things you need to know before you get started with your own project in this niche:
Dr. Peter Meyers, the Marketing Scientist for Moz joins us to talk to us about the philosophy behind understanding your data & tech.
Technology as a tool and support in the creation and implementation of viable, effective and accurate solutions that stimulate the Global Economy, that strengthen Health Systems, the Education System, the Immigration System, National Security and Human Rights.