Cloud computing was popular and well-established before the epidemic, but it has risen to prominence due to the forced transition to remote working. And it appears to be here to stay. Cloud technologies are transitioning away from linear evolution and toward exponential growth. The demand for cloud ...
OCR is one of the paramount technologies for writers. So, which of these remarkable tools should you aim for? Using an OCR tool has many implications for the writer. It can improve productivity and help writers achieve better results in mere seconds. It helps extract texts from images and physical m...
Researchers are finding that the intersection of Google, smartphones, and our memories is starting to mess with how we judge our own abilities. A researcher used a series of eight experiments to test how people used and thought about their own knowledge as they completed short quizzes of general kn...
The Best top browsers in terms of speed, personalization, privacy, and customization. When looking for the best web browser for your device, privacy personalization and speed are two of the most important factors to consider. Some require more of your system's resources, whereas others are relativel...
Also, internet usage is on track to pass 3,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 bytes by then. Five years from now, there will be more machines talking to one another than people using smartphones, tablets, and laptops, according to Cisco's annual internet forecast. Machine-to-machine communication, also ca...
We are confronted by staggering amounts of new information every day. Trainers in particular can be easily overwhelmed by the wealth of information related to competitor data, new product and service launches, market changes, and industry trends and wind up with information anxiety. Although we have...
One of the recent issues that have emerged within the field of artificial intelligence (AI) is that of bias in computer vision. Many experts are now discovering bias within AI systems, leading to skewed results in various different applications, such as courtroom sentencing programs. There is a lar...
The news of Google’s recent firing of Timnit Gebru has taken the online world by storm. Gebru was the lead researcher for Gender Shades, a project that “evaluates the accuracy of AI-powered gender classification products.” In other words, her work was to see if artificial intelligence and mac...
Restricted to our homes for months now, many of us have been putting up with a persistent annoyance: a lousy internet connection. When we are working, a video call with colleagues becomes pixelated, with delayed audio. When we are relaxing, movies and video games take ages to download. In the worst ...
How does AI extract meaning from the text? It's not as simple—and definitely not as easy—as you might think. In September, the Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence (AI2) unveiled a computer program c called Aristo that could correctly answer more than 90 percent of the questions on an e...
[Source: This article was published in extremetech.com By Joel Hruska - Uploaded by the Association Member: Edna Thomas] Killer is the first company out the door with new products based on Intel’s AX200. This is a major step forward for Killer — the company has faced criticism in the past over t...
[Source: This article was published in theverge.com By Loren Grush - Uploaded by the Association Member: Issac Avila] Now it just needs to launch more satellites OneWeb — an aerospace company with plans to beam internet connectivity from space — announced plans today to provide “fiber-like int...
 [Source: This article was Published in theguardian.com BY Peter Lewis - Uploaded by the Association Member: Grace Irwin] As the web evolves, we should ask how we can maximize its benefits for all and mitigate the obvious damage hen new technology destroyed their livelihood in the early 19th centur...
 [Source: This article was Published in techxplore.com BY Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory - Uploaded by the Association Member: Jeremy Frink] Sure, computers can be used to play grandmaster-level chess (chess_computer), but can they make scientific discoveries? Researchers at the U.S. Departm...
No overarching artificial intelligence looms on the horizon, but machine-learning tools can make applications do some magical things. I was talking with a friend recently about artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML), and they noted that if you replaced AI or ML with the word magic, m...
[Source: This article was Published in thenextweb.com By TRISTAN GREENE - Uploaded by the Association Member: Anthony Frank] A group of MIT researchers recently developed an AI model that takes a list of instructions and generates a finished product. The future implications for the fields of constru...
[This article is originally published in today.com vox.com written By Kara Swisher - Uploaded by AIRS Member: Jay Harris] Forces have been unleashed that seem out of control. But is it the end of the beginning or the beginning of the end? Exactly a decade ago, Walt Mossberg and I declared the end ...
[This article is originally published in popsci.com written by David Nield - Uploaded by AIRS Member: Issac Avila] Your phone is logging your activity. Every time you grab your phone to participate in a group chat, watch a YouTube video, or search the internet, you leave a digital trail of activity....
[This article is originally published in privacyend.com written by Zehra Ali - Uploaded by AIRS Member: Issac Avila] In this digital era, it is necessary for you to shield your online activity. Any program under the category of most secure browser ensures that your protection on the web is their top...
Source: This article was Published businessinsider.com By Katie Canales - Contributed by Member: Olivia Russell Technology is advancing so rapidly these days — and we rely upon it so readily — that we hardly notice innovations anymore. But we've actually come a long way since the dawn of the ...
Source: This article was published searchenginejournal.com By Jeremy Knauff - Contributed by Member: Olivia Russell One thing has remained a constant in the search industry: frequent – and often dramatic – changes in technology. As SEO professionals, it’s necessary for us to continue to evolv...
Source: This article was published insidescience.org - Contributed by Member: Carol R. Venuti The short answer is yes. (Inside Science) -- Is the internet changing the way that we think? Yes, it totally is. For one thing, it’s made us all dual-screeners -- constant access to information makes us ...
Source: This article was published digit.in - Contributed by Member: Carol R. Venuti Google now makes Neural Machine Translation available on-device to improve the quality and accuracy of translations. Some two years ago, Google began incorporating Neural Machine Translation (NMT) in its popular la...
  • Wednesday, 13 June 2018 06:40
  • By
Source: This article was published workology.com By Jessica Miller-Merrell - Contributed by Member: Dorothy Allen This is an ongoing series discussing the strategic role of social media and technology used in hiring and recruitment. Click here to read the series from the beginning. Social media h...
These are, of course, the latest technology available to large metro centers. Your own part of the world will offer speeds that vary with the technology and providers available in your area. For Cellphone Users in City Limits Modern cellphone connections should be 5 to 12 megabits-per-second (5 to 1...
Page 1 of 17

AOFIRS

World's leading professional association of Internet Research Specialists - We deliver Knowledge, Education, Training, and Certification in the field of Professional Online Research. The AOFIRS is considered a major contributor in improving Web Search Skills and recognizes Online Research work as a full-time occupation for those that use the Internet as their primary source of information.

Get Exclusive Research Tips in Your Inbox

Receive Great tips via email, enter your email to Subscribe.