Technology can help ease the process of running a business when you have the right tools and applications installed on both yours and your team’s desktops and smartphones.
With the rise of technology, every single aspect of our lives has changed for good. Mobility, communication, accessibility, you name it.
Earlier this year, Fortnite gamers launched a hashtag on social media platforms that read #ForniteMiddleEastServers. The hashtag, which went viral on social media, was deployed in an effort to urge Epic Games Company to provide Fortnite servers for the Middle East.
Waiting in line for your coffee; sitting at a table when a lull in conversation occurs; stuck at a seemingly interminable traffic light (shame on you!); as a distraction or reward after dealing with a difficult client at work; the list goes on, and on, and on. We’re always checking our Facebook, scrolling through our Instagram feeds, Snapchatting mundane occurrences, and texting. Even for less frivolous pursuits, our lives are inextricably tied to technology. Meetings are arranged, spreadsheets consulted, presentations delivered, video conferences conducted, and documents scanned on phones, laptops, and iPads. For all intents and purposes, one or more of these devices are necessities of the modern world.
Globalization and technology have revolutionized the international workforce. While most of the outcomes are positive, there are a few quirks that still need solving for. One thing that needs to be resolved is language processing and translation. These methods have improved throughout the last seventy years. Yet, there seems to always be more that technology and AI can do to perfect the machine translation process. When it comes to international business, a constant struggle is being able to effectively translate documents in a timely manner.
You may have seen sci-fi movies like Ex Machina and started fantasizing about Artificial Intelligence (AI) toppling humanity; the apocalypse of the robots. Some may have also jumped up and told you this is just a fantasy that can never happen in real life. Yet, what if aliens invaded our planet earth and sent highly intelligent machines to take control over it? Seems farfetched? Not in NieR: Automata, it’s not!
The way we see and present our world is changing year on year with phenomenal technologies and inventions. The Wii Movement sensors, The Social Media craze, Snapchat/Instagram Face Filters, 360 degree-photos, Virtual reality etc. Each technology leads to another and brings about more features to previous versions and now thanks to Augmented reality we are able to insert an overlay of virtual and digital information into the real world. (OK, we’re not only talking about that dog filter on Snapchat!) Augmented reality is also used in various other fields such as Retail, Gaming, Tourism and Social Media.
What we see in sci-fi movies is now becoming a reality. With virtual reality, our physical environment is transferred to a virtual and artificial world. This new type of reality can be seen in different areas including games, military training, and even when marketing new products. Companies are racing to invest in this new reality to promote their products to a wider audience with lower costs.
2017 has ended, and it is time to select the most interesting online games of 2017. Last year, the online gaming sector has been quite productive. Whether they are single-player or multiplayer, we have gathered the most popular and intriguing online games. All you need is a good internet connection and a working computer. Sit back and choose one of these online games we have gathered for you, and enjoy!
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Freelancing has a lot of perks, and one of the best perks is the fact that one can work alongside enjoying a vacation. Thanks to remote working, being able to set your own time schedules, and deadlines, freelancing has allowed for a proper work life balance. Here are some tips on how to enjoy your summer vacation whilst making money!
One of the unprecedented impacts of the pandemic has been the mass exit by employees from their regular jobs to pursue new career goals or better work environments. Dubbed “The Great Resignation”, this wave has swept over many industries in various nations across the globe.
In the years past, those who didn’t go to college were often relegated to menial jobs while the graduates enjoyed white collar positions. But in recent times, the relevance of a college education has been called to question, as more alternative ways of gaining skills (aka the internet) have gotten the limelight.
As the number of refugees continues to increase around the world, it is becoming more and more important to introduce initiatives and work models that can help them lead a better life. Freelancing, specifically, can be a viable option that can help refugees gain stability and an income without the amount of resources and background that companies often require.