Entrepreneurs don't have a lot of time for themselves. They work all day and all night, trying to make it in the big wide world. But it's important to remember that they are people too.
40 percent of healthcare senior execs say blockchain technology is one of their 5 topmost strategic priorities in 2019 and beyond, according to the Global Blockchain in Healthcare Report by HealthCareWeekly.
Technology is an exciting ball-game. Everyone wants the latest stuff, now, yet they always keep an eye solidly fixed on the future. It's a world full of anticipation and predictions, where both excitement and fear grow hand in hand. The current buzzy trend-term that's been floating around the internet and tech industries alike is artificial intelligence.
The cybersecurity landscape is always evolving to stay a step ahead of the threats. These changes come in both big and small packages, the latest of which is a potential game-changer. This exciting new development in artificial intelligence.
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Video games have a way of taking us outside of ourselves and live in a fantasy world. It's even better when you're playing a game with someone special!
The actinides - those chemical elements on the bottom row of the periodic table - are used in applications ranging from medical treatments to space exploration to nuclear energy production. But purifying the target element so it can be used, by separating out contaminants and other elements, can be difficult and time-consuming.
SAN ANTONIO - June 4, 2019 - Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) has announced the release of Activision, a machine vision tool that transportation agencies can use to autonomously detect and report traffic condition changes. Activision's algorithms process camera data to provide real-time information on weather conditions and other anomalies affecting congestion.
Field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) are, so to say, a computer manufacturer's "Lego bricks": electronic components that can be employed in a more flexible way than other computer chips. Even large data centers that are dedicated to cloud services, such as those provided by some big technology companies, often resort to FPGAs.