The past few decades have seen a massive transformation of almost every industry. The change has primarily been driven by global technological advancement. Almost every sector is now being digitalized in an attempt to meet the needs of modern society. However, the financial industry is a frontrunner in almost every country in terms of the digitalization rate.
Blockchain technology pretty much blew up over the course of the last couple of years. Developers started immediately switching their focus from AI to blockchain and companies stated adopting this technology genuinely believing that it was a useful tool to have.
Democracy is certainly not a new word and nations around the world have been trying to achieve this state for a long time now. The modern theory suggests that the government and high-profile officials should be elected by citizens to lead the country. More countries than ever before are democratic today, an extraordinary achievement of the modern world. However, “Freedom in the World” states that worldwide democracy is in a steep decline, shrinking at an alarming rate. With this in mind, is democracy still what contemporary states should be aiming for? Can it be beneficial for newly established nations?
While gaining traction on the international tourism arena, the South Caucasus Region is still a relatively unknown destination to the majority of travelers around the world. Asking a random person on the street to pinpoint Georgia on the map is likely to end up in them pointing somewhere near Atlanta, while the majority will simply shrug when you ask them where Armenia is located, unless you’re doing it in Los Angeles that is.
We’ve finally said our goodbyes to 2019 and welcomed 2020 as the next challenge for all tech enthusiasts.
Although all of us were pretty disappointed on how the Game of Thrones ended we need to still appreciate the journey that this sensational novel took us on and how important the visual representation of the characters was to emphasize on their nature and tendencies.