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The Computer in Your Hands – How These Pioneers Reshaped Our World
For most millennials, the period from the second half of the 1980s is still relatively fresh in memory. We saw advances in every aspect of computing. Computers went from walls to desks to your hands. From the dot-com era to the widespread acceptance of the internet and from the iPod to advances in AI, technology grew multi-folds.
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Qatar: AI-Powered FIFA World Cup 2022
Qatar, an Arab country, employs artificial intelligence (AI) to carefully monitor spectators at all eight stadiums that will stage the matches from November 20 to December 18, with over 1.5 million expected to attend the FIFA World Cup 2022.
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Transforming Global Economy through Disruptive Cloud Technology
Disruptive technology acts as a force that is more easily transferred to developing nations, where high-tech products can be combined with low costs.
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How Can Your Smartphone Tell If You Have Bipolar Disorder?
Studies conducted by the University of Michigan now have led to researchers developing PRIORI, an Android smartphone app that can detect if someone is suffering a bipolar attack.
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What Are UI/UX Challenges in Web 3.0? and Why Should You Care
The development of Web 3.0 will have a significant impact and challenges on UI/UX designers because these designers are responsible for very critical responsibilities.
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Emerging Technologies Assisting the Healthcare Industry
Blockchain technology could be used in storing electronic medical records enabling coordinated care for patients within the network. The shared data of blockchain allows the capture of comprehensive data sets from various countries; including various ethnic groups, geographic areas, environments, and socio-economic backgrounds. This provides health researchers access to vast data samples to study diseases, facilitate new medical discoveries, design patient-specific treatment, and track and develop drugs quickly.
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The CIO Confront Enterprises Require a New Type of Technology Executive
Technology evolves, and the changing business dynamics call for a strategic business operation. There is a pressing need for a business leader rather than a functional leader in any business. CIOs are the ones capable of taking this process forward efficiently. With CIOs being in a tough spot right now, let's understand the need for a tech leader to meet modern business needs.
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Leadership Lessons to learn from Mark Zuckerberg, A Transformational Business Magnate
The Facebook founder’s train of thought about dealing with failure and finding a higher sense of purpose in life certainly rings a bell. The iconic leader and media magnate, on his 36th birthday, spoke about finding one’s purpose and working toward it, in a video compilation by StartUp Stories.
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Biometric Passports Set To Change The Way You Travel Abroad
E-passports are becoming available in different countries as of late, not only because it is hassle-free and less time-consuming, but also because of increased security surveillance methods.
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The Architecture of The Web 3.0 Application
Regardless of sector, the new web offers a chance to shift away from old revenue sources to pursue more optimal alternatives.
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The Metaverse: A Marketer's Guide
The metaverse will influence marketing in a number of different ways, some of which you can use currently.
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Vertical Farming: A Synopsis of the Techniques, Developments, & the Future
The produce obtained through vertical farming is safer and healthier as this type of farming uses no pesticides or fungicides; plant fertilizing nutrients are used instead.
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The Technology Heroes of 2021
Driven by the pandemic, the momentum of next-gen technologies is bound to increase at an accelerated pace.
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The Surface of The Moon Contains Enough Oxygen to Support 800 million Humans for A Million Years - But There's a Caveat
The average amount of minerals per cubic meter in lunar regolith is 1.4 tonnes, including roughly 630 kg of oxygen.
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Greenflation: Is It An Upward Road to Economic Doom?
According to Allied Industry Research, the worldwide renewable energy market would more than quadruple to approximately $2 trillion by 2030, from $881 billion in 2020.
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Agrivoltaism: "Green Swindle" or Real "Energy Farmers"?
Install photovoltaic panels on agricultural plots to produce green electricity and ensure the operation's sustainability: this is the promise of the agrivoltaism pros. But beware of "alibi" agriculture, the authorities warn.
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BeachEdge: Construction Technology Startup
San Francisco-based construction technology (ConTech) startup, BeachEdge, focuses on constructing sustainable, energy-efficient, and affordable residential lots in the coastal regions.
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How Health-care Technologies Can Reduce Clinical Burden
With the increase in workforce fees, demographic transition, undetermined regulatory climate, it is time for the healthcare sector to bring forth the application of smart technology to decrease healthcare costs without compromising the quality of care.
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5G and AI for Advanced Drone Development
Engineers who are looking ahead rely on these developments to enhance drone capabilities and expand use cases on a daily basis, making them smarter, safer, and more capable.
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Quantum Entanglement: A New Era of Particle Interaction
Quantum networks work by entangling photons with data, which may then be encoded and sent through the same ground-based telecom fibre that is already in use.
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