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Micro*processors are so last-century. This is *nano*computing, Grandma!
*Micro*processors are so last-century. This is *nano*computing, Grandma!
In the face of increasing scrutiny from consumers, it seems the tech industry is still struggling with concept of diversity
In the battle against ageism this is something of a landmark victory. Age UK says that ageism, or age discrimination can impact on someone's confidence, job prospects, financial situation and quality of life. They also claim the way older people are represented in the media can have a wider impact on the public's attitudes.
However, since it was not originally created for real-time IoT communications, blockchain has its shortcomings. Notably, the fees associated with transactions make it less suitable for small exchanges, also known as microtransactions.
In an unusual show of unity, Innovation Leads for IBM, Intel, Microsoft and other major corporations, will join forces with the European Space Agency, European Commission and representatives from various UK Government Departments in London next week.
By closely examining current marketing and data architecture, and the way systems, tools and data presently connect (or fail to connect as the case may be) organisations can gather a clearer idea of where there is a genuine need for cognitive computing and A.I technologies and how these will drive success.
It's time for the creative disruption of legacy systems to align with the next phase of computing: adding intelligence into customer and employee-facing applications, like Salesforce, to enable companies to unlock and monetize data.