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The 5G Revolution: The Internet of Things Meets Everything

The 5G Revolution: The Internet of Things Meets Everything | Information Technology & Social Media News | Scoop.it
More than 12 billion devices are already connected to the Internet of Things—and by 2020, that number could surge to 30 billion, says Simona Jankowski of Goldman Sachs Research. She explains how 5G technology is enabling the revolution and where it’s headed next.

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Online marketing vs. marketing online

Online marketing vs. marketing online | Information Technology & Social Media News | Scoop.it
Online marketing has become a messy mix of direct marketing, seo, tricks, tips, code and guesswork. It’s an always-moving target and it’s mostly focused on tactics, not strategy, becaus…

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Online marketing has become a messy mix of direct marketing, seo, tricks, tips, code and guesswork. It’s an always-moving target and it’s mostly focused on tactics, not strategy, because tactics are easy to measure.

 

Marketing online, on the other hand, is what happens when the work to serve our audience arrives in an electronic form. Marketing online is simply marketing–the act of making things better by making things–aided by a mouse and a keyboard.

 

Careful not to get stuck focusing on the wrong one. You need both, but one drives the other.

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How Uber designed its Lite app for the rest of the world

How Uber designed its Lite app for the rest of the world | Information Technology & Social Media News | Scoop.it
As Uber expanded into Southeast Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East, it faced a major problem: The design that helped make it a powerhouse wasn’t as effective in these new markets.
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Think FaceApp Is Scary? Wait Till You Hear About Facebook

Think FaceApp Is Scary? Wait Till You Hear About Facebook | Information Technology & Social Media News | Scoop.it
The idea that FaceApp is somehow exceptionally dangerous threatens to obscure the real point: All apps deserve this level of scrutiny.

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Tecnología Li-Fi a la venta, Internet a través de la luz

Tecnología Li-Fi a la venta, Internet a través de la luz | Information Technology & Social Media News | Scoop.it
¿Y si con una bombilla, además de obtener luz tuviéramos acceso a Internet de gran velocidad? Con la tecnología Li-Fi es posible, y está más cerca de lo que pensamos.

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Twitter presenta sus emails resúmenes personalizados

Twitter presenta sus emails resúmenes personalizados | Information Technology & Social Media News | Scoop.it
Os comentamos las sospechas hace unos días, Twitter compró una empresa de marketing por email especializada en la personalización de contenido, y en enero compraron Summify… ahora desde el blog de Twitter confirman el lanzamiento de sus “newsletters personalizadas”. El objetivo es permitir enviar un email semanal con lo más relevante que pasa por nuestra…

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Google premia al parche de monitoreo fetal más pequeño del mundo

Google premia al parche de monitoreo fetal más pequeño del mundo | Information Technology & Social Media News | Scoop.it
En el blog de Google han presentado el proyecto de una empresa que puede salvar muchas vidas. Se trata de Modoo, una startup con sede en China que ha creado el parche de monitoreo fetal más pequeño del mundo, empresa que ha ganado el premio Judge´s Choice en el Día de demostración de Google para…

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Convert (YouTube) Video to MP3: The Quickest and Easiest Way in 2019

Convert (YouTube) Video to MP3: The Quickest and Easiest Way in 2019 | Information Technology & Social Media News | Scoop.it
This post lists the best video to MP3 converter and 10 free YouTube video to MP3 converters to help you quickly convert video to MP3.
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Security Is Key To The Success Of Industry 4.0

Security Is Key To The Success Of Industry 4.0 | Information Technology & Social Media News | Scoop.it

The need to outperform competitors makes it imperative for manufacturing organizations to protect their intellectual property. Manufacturers need to raise the bar when it comes to security and in order to reap the benefits of Industry 4.0, leaders must support IT teams to help them secure networks.


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La forma principal de interactuar con el móvil o el ordenador será a través de asistentes de voz 

La forma principal de interactuar con el móvil o el ordenador será a través de asistentes de voz  | Information Technology & Social Media News | Scoop.it
Las compañías se lanzan a ofrecer aplicaciones para resolver demandas mediante robots de conversaciones con los usuarios
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The Most Hyped Technology of Every Year From 2000-2018

The Most Hyped Technology of Every Year From 2000-2018 | Information Technology & Social Media News | Scoop.it
We look back at every year's Hype Cycle this millennium to see which emerging technologies captured our imagination.

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Windows 10 soluciona 16 fallos críticos de seguridad con un parche

Windows 10 soluciona 16 fallos críticos de seguridad con un parche | Information Technology & Social Media News | Scoop.it
Es hora de actualizar ya que Windows 10 ha solucionado 16 fallos críticos de seguridad con su último parche de Update
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Gafas inteligentes: Apple contrata al fundador de Jaunt VR

Gafas inteligentes: Apple contrata al fundador de Jaunt VR | Information Technology & Social Media News | Scoop.it
Más contrataciones en Apple. Esta vez se trata del fundador de Jaunt VR, Arthur van Hoff, una pequeña startup centrada en la creación de contenido en realidad virtual. La compañía despidió a una parte significativa de su
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How to Upgrade 32 Bit to 64 Bit in Windows 10/8/7 without Data Loss

How to Upgrade 32 Bit to 64 Bit in Windows 10/8/7 without Data Loss | Information Technology & Social Media News | Scoop.it
How to upgrade 32-bit to 64-bit version of Windows 10/8/7 without losing any data? This post shows you some details on Windows system upgrade.

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Gmail, as one of the largest Email client service, includes a rather strong security protection system. However, for your security and privacy considerations, it’s counseled to typically change the password of your Gmail account.
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What cloud computing means for the future of smart cities

What cloud computing means for the future of smart cities | Information Technology & Social Media News | Scoop.it
How 5G will combine with cloud computing to make smart cities of the future more beneficial to residents and industries alike.

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Chip allowing Brain-Computer Communication to come 'before the end of next year' - Elon Musk

Chip allowing Brain-Computer Communication to come 'before the end of next year' - Elon Musk | Information Technology & Social Media News | Scoop.it
Chip allowing Brain-Computer Communication to come 'before the end of next year' - Elon Musk







Neuralink CEO Elon Musk says his company is working to connect the human brain with a machine interface before the end of the year. He claims the micro processor chips will allow humans to connect wi

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Intel's Pohoiki Beach is a neuromorphic computer capable of simulating 8 million neurons

Intel's Pohoiki Beach is a neuromorphic computer capable of simulating 8 million neurons | Information Technology & Social Media News | Scoop.it
At DARPA's Electronics Resurgence Initiative 2019 in Michigan, Intel introduced a new neuromorphic computer capable of simulating 8 million neurons. Neuromorphic engineering, also known as neuromorphic computing, describes the use of systems containing electronic analog circuits to mimic neuro-biological architectures present in the nervous system. Scientists at MIT, Perdue, Stanford, IBM, HP, and elsewhere have pioneered pieces of full-stack systems, but arguably few have come closer than Intel when it comes to tackling one of the longstanding goals of neuromorphic research — a supercomputer a thousand times more powerful than any today. Case in point? Today during the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s (DARPA) Electronics Resurgence Initiative 2019 summit in Detroit, Michigan, Intel unveiled a system codenamed “Pohoiki Beach,” a 64-chip computer capable of simulating 8 million neurons in total. Intel Labs managing director Rich Uhlig said Pohoiki Beach will be made available to 60 research partners to “advance the field” and scale up AI algorithms like spare coding and path planning. “We are impressed with the early results demonstrated as we scale Loihi to create more powerful neuromorphic systems. Pohoiki Beach will now be available to more than 60 ecosystem partners, who will use this specialized system to solve complex, compute-intensive problems,” said Uhlig. Pohoiki Beach packs 64 128-core, 14-nanometer Loihi neuromorphic chips, which were first detailed in October 2017 at the 2018 Neuro Inspired Computational Elements (NICE) workshop in Oregon. They have a 60-millimeter die size and contain over 2 billion transistors, 130,000 artificial neurons, and 130 million synapses, in addition to three managing Lakemont cores for task orchestration. Uniquely, Loihi features a programmable microcode learning engine for on-chip training of asynchronous spiking neural networks (SNNs) — AI models that incorporate time into their operating model, such that components of the model don’t process input data simultaneously. This will be used for the implementation of adaptive self-modifying, event-driven, and fine-grained parallel computations with high efficiency.
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Loihi is Intel's brainy chip designed to outthink other computer's Core CPU

Loihi is Intel's brainy chip designed to outthink other computer's Core CPU | Information Technology & Social Media News | Scoop.it
Intel plans to make its digital brain chip, code-named Loihi, available to researchers in 2018, in a bid to put its hardware into cutting-edge AI applications. Will your PC be next?

 

Intel is reportedly preparing to fabricate “Loihi,” a self-learning “brain chip” that mimics how the human intellect functions, as a foundation for further developments in artificial intelligence. Named after an active undersea volcano south of the island of Hawaii, Intel said in a statement Monday that Loihi includes a total of 130,000 silicon “neurons” connected with 130 million “synapses,” the junctions that in humans connect the neurons within the brain. The Loihi chip, which Wiredreported will be manufactured next month on Intel’s 14-nm process technology, will be shared with leading universities and research institutions next year in a bid to advance AI development, Intel said.

 

Coincidentally, Microsoft said that it, too, is working on ways to develop new avenues for alternative computing, including manufacturing actual chips and systems, as well as developing software to power quantum computers. Intel’s Loihi doesn’t employ quantum techniques, but it has a similar goal: Instead of trying to “brute force” its way into a solution, as traditional chips do, Loihi tries to mimic the parallel structure of the human brain to arrive at those same answers much more efficiently.

 

Intel said it believes the Loihi chip could be used autonomously, A Loihi-powered medical device, for example, could determine what a “normal” heart rate was and therefore be able to figure out when an abnormal heart condition presented itself. Intel emphasized that its chip is intended to “self-learn,” teaching itself the answers to problems, using its digital array of synthetic neurons and synapses. Each “neuromorphic core” includes a learning engine that can be programmed to adapt. “As AI workloads grow more diverse and complex, they will test the limits of today’s dominant compute architectures and precipitate new disruptive approaches,” Michael Mayberry, corporate vice president and managing director of Intel Labs, wrote in a blog post.


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4 aplicaciones Android para hacer ejercicio desde casa

4 aplicaciones Android para hacer ejercicio desde casa | Information Technology & Social Media News | Scoop.it
El ejercicio y entrenamiento físico son más que necesarios para que nuestro cuerpo se sienta en forma, pero no siempre se cuenta con el tiempo necesario para asistir al gimnasio. Por ello, hemos preparado un listado con las mejores alternativas para hacer ejercicio desde la comodidad de tu casa. Ejercicios en casa Comenzamos con una…

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Content Is NOT the Same as Content Marketing

Content Is NOT the Same as Content Marketing | Information Technology & Social Media News | Scoop.it
Marketing with content is NOT the same thing as content marketing. Learn the difference and eight steps to content marketing – Content Marketing Institute

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