We’ve come a long way from the pre-digital age of black-and-white, soundless ‘moving pictures’ to entertainment that’s so readily accessible that you would have to put in actual effort to be bored. From movies to music to the radio, nearly all facets of entertainment have been revolutionized.
Diversity in all its social forms is critical in the tech business as it enables companies to create better and safer products for everyone. Studies show that companies with culturally diverse staff perform better, have more talented staff, and have more engaged workers than companies that do not prioritize cultural inclusion.
Trying to understand blockchain is a genuinely difficult task when explanations are almost never clear and available. You might have come across this definition in your search: “blockchain is a distributed, decentralized, public ledger”. These words might make sense on its own, but what does it even mean put together?
From copywriters to software developers, people with online-based jobs are embracing the chance to take their work on travels. With a WiFi-connected laptop or smartphone, people can work from anywhere in the world. The use of modern technology increasingly enables people to become ‘digital nomads’.
Anyone who has been to a doctor’s appointment and had them prescribe medications or treatment unique to their ailments knows that medicine has always been a personal matter to some degree. Still, regimens and diagnostics are largely dependent on population-based averages regardless of vast human diversities which means that medicine somewhat remains a game of probability.
Business companies can already take the interactive visualization a step further by using technology to drill down into charts and graphs, interactionally changing how the data is seen and how it is processed. This is known as ‘data visualization’ – placing information (data) into a visual context, such as a map or graph. But why is data visualization so important nowadays?