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What Is a Business Plan?
What Is a Business Plan? tonsamith 59 Views • 2 years ago

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Technology affects almost every aspect of 21st century life, from transport efficiency and safety, to access to food and healthcare, socialization and productivity. The power of the internet has enabled global communities to form ideas and resources to be shared more easily.

In this channel, videos would be posted every two days at 5:00 AM. It is believed that the technology can enable us to learn and share what matters to the 21st century life. You will learn how the technology can create interactive innovations and modern tools to ease people's communication.

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Tech 04. How the Internet Has Changed Everyday Life | Part I
Tech 04. How the Internet Has Changed Everyday Life | Part I tonsamith 48 Views • 2 years ago

WHAT HAPPENED?
The Internet has turned our existence upside down. It has revolutionized communications, to the extent that it is now our preferred medium of everyday communication. In almost everything we do, we use the Internet. Ordering a pizza, buying a television, sharing a moment with a friend, sending a picture over instant messaging. Before the Internet, if you wanted to keep up with the news, you had to walk down to the newsstand when it opened in the morning and buy a local edition reporting what had happened the previous day. But today a click or two is enough to read your local paper and any news source from anywhere in the world, updated up to the minute.

The Internet itself has been transformed. In its early days—which from a historical perspective are still relatively recent—it was a static network designed to shuttle a small freight of bytes or a short message between two terminals; it was a repository of information where content was published and maintained only by expert coders. Today, however, immense quantities of information are uploaded and downloaded over this electronic leviathan, and the content is very much our own, for now we are all commentators, publishers, and creators.

In the 1980s and 1990s, the Internet widened in scope to encompass the IT capabilities of universities and research centers, and, later on, public entities, institutions, and private enterprises from around the world. The Internet underwent immense growth; it was no longer a state-controlled project, but the largest computer network in the world, comprising over 50,000 sub-networks, 4 million systems, and 70 million users.

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Book: 19 Key Essays on How the Internet Is Changing Our Lives
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Tech 01. Technology Innovation — Trends and Opportunities on AI
Tech 01. Technology Innovation — Trends and Opportunities on AI tonsamith 28 Views • 2 years ago

Technology Innovation — Trends and Opportunities
Technology is moving at an incredible pace. We live in an amazing era where things like autonomous cars, personalized medicine, and quantum computing are becoming real as we speak. Artificial Intelligence, crypto-currencies, advanced automation, deep learning, and concepts like Universal Basic Income are about to reshape our world — what an exciting era to live in!

The years to come will bring impressive technological breakthroughs with a massive impact on our lives, markets, and societies. In our connected world, with the unprecedented level of information, knowledge, and ideas exchange, innovation is happening continuously, at scale, and in several forms. It is driven by corporations, secret labs, universities, startups, research scientists, or simply by thousands of creative individuals across the globe.

Artificial Intelligence
Everybody is talking about Artificial Intelligence these days. And yes, in many cases, the topic is covered with exaggerations and hype. Fortunately, the overall A.I. progress and the pace of the underlying technological innovation easily justifies this hype. Consider the progress achieved in fields like Deep Learning and areas such as Computer Vision and Natural Language Processing.

Computer vision is making huge steps, with massive applications in autonomous cars, navigation, robotics, pattern recognition, medical diagnosis, and more. Language Understanding has made tremendous progress as well — recently reached the levels of human understanding — Microsoft reports a word error rate of 5.9% which is equal to human performance on the same input.

Digital assistants become more and more intelligent, contextual, and proactive. At some point in the near future, your digital assistant will be able not only to handle your tasks and information requests but also to do respond with humor — and this will be a major milestone for A.I.

Your digital assistant will know (and keep learning) the style of your humor and how it depends on the time of day, the day of the week, the social arrangement, the agenda of the day, and your implicitly quantified mood. Your digital assistant will be able to make decisions such as when to respond with humor when to proactively say something funny or trigger a humorous dialogue — while always capturing its success via your responses (or lack of). It’s coming and it will be fun.

Considering the general availability of advanced cognitive technology (cloud-based commercial AI offerings via easy-to-consume APIs) and the low-cost integration scenarios, the AI-powered opportunities for innovation increase exponentially — APIs and the cloud make it easy even for junior software developers to build cognitive apps, powered by advanced A.I. capabilities.

As a developer, you just need to browse the commercial offerings by the tech giants such as Microsoft, Amazon, Google, Facebook, and the like and choose from a wide range of cognitive services to encapsulate into your application. Or, you can explore the open-source options on reusing and adapting advanced analytical and cognitive models. In any case, developers can now experiment with cognitive services in no time and at a low cost.

But, one could argue that, given that A.I. is driven by huge investments of those few technology corporations, the opportunity for innovation is rather limited. When it comes to A.I. I believe that the real opportunity for innovation is the actual approach in solving particular problems and how the cognitive services are utilized and combined; how the developer provides the right data and signals to empower better, smarter user experiences.

Article by: George Krasadakis
Source: medium.com
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Tech 02. How modern technology connects and evolves the world
Tech 02. How modern technology connects and evolves the world tonsamith 44 Views • 2 years ago

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Exponential tech advances will change the world faster than we think

We live in a world of exponentially increasing technological advancements. Never in the history of mankind have so many such advancements emerged in parallel and in combination, carrying so much impact.

The phenomena are marked in time: The timing from what once seemed impossible to possible and functional can become extremely short – sometimes measured in just days or weeks. Ever heard the maxim that internet years are like dog years, where one in actual elapsed time equates to seven? Exponential advancement is the reason.

Some exponential advancements are now so predictable, such as the rate of growth of computing power, that companies have baked in the expected advancements in their products. Similarly, it is fairly predictable that full genome sequencing today can be done for a few hundred dollars, as opposed to the thousands required in 2015, the millions in 2006, or the billions for the first full sequence in 2003. The speed of wireless communications will soon multiply by at least 10X, and deep learning will continue to exponentially advance in capability in the near future. And all of this is happening in concert. As a result, it has become harder and harder to develop new companies based on any of these advancements alone.

Article by: Norman Winarsky
Source: venturebeat.com
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History of Sculpture
History of Sculpture tonsamith 4 Views • 2 years ago

What Are Sculptures?
Sculptures are three-dimensional works of art made from materials like stone, metal, ceramics, and wood. Sculptors use a variety of methods to construct works of art, including carving, constructing, modeling, and casting.

A Brief History of Western Sculpture
The history of sculpture traces back to the dawn of civilization.

Prehistoric sculptures (40,000—4,000 BCE): Prehistoric sculptures ranged from stone carvings to bronze castings. Other prehistoric sculptures were carved out of clay, bone, wood, and stone. One of the oldest known sculptures is Lion-man of the Hohlenstein-Stadel, a figurine carved from mammoth ivory found in Germany.
Ancient sculptures (4,000 BCE—400 CE): Ancient sculptures include large ancient Egyptian statues like the Great Sphinx of Giza and sunken relief sculptures carved into stone—many of which featured Egyptian gods. Art historians delineate ancient Greek sculptures into three periods: Archaic, Classical, and Hellenistic. As ancient Greece developed through the centuries, Greek sculptures transformed from early rigid works to extremely sophisticated artworks.
Medieval sculptures (400—1400s): After the fall of the Roman empire, sculptors across Europe created predominantly religious artworks. During the Dark Ages, the Catholic Church gained power and influence, commissioning sculptures featuring Christian iconography. Near the end of the Medieval period, the Gothic style became popular with Italian artists like Giotto and Duccio, who created Gothic sculptures for cathedrals and abbeys.
Renaissance sculptures (1400–1600s): During the Renaissance in Europe, sculptors created classical works made from bronze and marble. The most well-known sculptor of this period is Michelangelo, whose marble sculptures changed the course of art history. His iconic freestanding sculpture David (1501–1504) still stands in Florence today. Another of his marble sculptures, Pietà (1498–1499), depicts the Virgin Mary holding the body of Jesus.
Baroque, Rococo, and Romantic sculptures (1600–1850s): During these periods, sculptures became even more ornate, elegant, and often erotic. The subject matter of these sculptures moved away from the religious and toward the individual, characterized by artworks like Claude Michel’s terracotta sculpture The Intoxication of Wine (1780–1790).
Modern and contemporary sculptures (1860s to present day): Modern art sculptures encompass a wide range of art movements, including Cubism, Russian Constructivism, Dadaism, and more. Artists like Alexander Calder developed kinetic sculptures that move. Throughout his career, Pablo Picasso made experimental sculptures out of a wide range of materials, including cardboard, clay, and found objects.

Article by: Jeff Koons
Source: Masterclass.com
Created by: Ton Samith

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Technology affects almost every aspect of 21st century life, from transport efficiency and safety, to access to food and healthcare, socialization and productivity. The power of the internet has enabled global communities to form ideas and resources to be shared more easily.

In this channel, videos would be posted every two days at 5:00 AM. It is believed that the technology can enable us to learn and share what matters to the 21st century life. You will learn how the technology can create interactive innovations and modern tools to ease people's communication.

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Tech 06. How Is Gold Formed? Origins and Process
Tech 06. How Is Gold Formed? Origins and Process tonsamith 14 Views • 2 years ago

How Is Gold Formed? Origins and Process

Gold is a chemical element easily recognized by its yellow metallic color. It is valuable because of its rarity, resistance to corrosion, electrical conductivity, malleability, ductility, and beauty. If you ask people where gold comes from, most will say you obtain it from a mine, pan for flakes in a stream, or extract it from seawater. However, the true origin of the element predates the formation of the Earth.

Key Takeaways: How Is Gold Formed?
Scientists believe all the gold on Earth formed in supernovae and neutron star collisions that occurred before the solar system formed. In these events, gold formed during the r-process.
Gold sank to the Earth's core during the planet's formation. It's only accessible today because of asteroid bombardment.
Theoretically, it's possible to form gold by the nuclear processes of fusion, fission, and radioactive decay. It's easiest for scientists to transmute gold by bombarding the heavier element mercury and producing gold via decay.
Gold cannot be produced via chemistry or alchemy. Chemical reactions cannot change the number of protons within an atom. The proton number or atomic number defines an element's identity.

Natural Gold Formation
While nuclear fusion within the Sun makes many elements, the Sun cannot synthesize gold. The considerable energy required to make gold only occurs when stars explode in a supernova or when neutron stars collide. Under these extreme conditions, heavy elements form via the rapid neutron-capture process or r-process.

Where Does Gold Occur?
All of the gold found on Earth came from the debris of dead stars. As the Earth formed, heavy elements such as iron and gold sank toward the planet's core. If no other event had occurred, there would be no gold in the Earth's crust. But, around 4 billion years ago, Earth was bombarded by asteroid impacts. These impacts stirred the deeper layers of the planet and forced some gold into the mantle and crust.

Some gold may be found in rock ores. It make occur as flakes, as the pure native element, and with silver in the natural alloy electrum. Erosion frees the gold from other minerals. Since gold is heavy, it sinks and accumulates in stream beds, alluvial deposits, and the ocean.

Earthquakes play an important role, as a shifting fault rapidly decompresses mineral-rich water. When the water vaporizes, veins of quartz and gold deposit onto rock surfaces. A similar process occurs within volcanoes.

How Much Gold Is in the World?
The amount of gold extracted from the Earth is a tiny fraction of its total mass. In 2016, the United States Geological Survey (USGS) estimated 5,726,000,000 troy ounces or 196,320 U.S. tons had been produced since the dawn of civilization. About 85% of this gold remains in circulation. Because gold is so dense (19.32 grams per cubic centimeter), it does not take up much space for its mass. In fact, if you melted all the gold mined to date, you'd wind up with a cube about 60 feet across!

Nevertheless, gold accounts for a few parts per billion of the mass of the Earth's crust. While it's not economically feasible to extract much gold, there are about 1 million tons of gold in the top kilometer of the Earth's surface. The abundance of gold in the mantle and core is unknown, but it greatly exceeds the amount in the crust.

Synthesizing the Element Gold
Attempts by alchemists to turn lead (or other elements) into gold were unsuccessful because no chemical reaction can change one element into another. Chemical reactions involve a transfer of electrons between elements, which may produce different ions of an element, but the number of protons in the nucleus of an atom is what defines its element. All atoms of gold contain 79 protons, so the atomic number of gold is 79.

Making gold isn't as simple as directly adding or subtracting protons from other elements. The most common method of changing one element into another (transmutation) is to add neutrons to another element. Neutrons change the isotope of an element, potentially making the atoms unstable enough to break apart via radioactive decay.

Article by: Anne Marie Helmenstine, Ph.D.
Source: thoughtco.com
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Tech 20. History of Steel and its development process
Tech 20. History of Steel and its development process tonsamith 17 Views • 2 years ago

The steel industry has grown from ancient times, when a few men may have operated, periodically, a small furnace producing 10 kilograms, to the modern integrated iron- and steelworks, with annual steel production of about 1 million tons. The largest commercial steelmaking enterprise, Nippon Steel in Japan, was responsible for producing 26 million tons in 1987, and 11 other companies generally distributed throughout the world each had outputs of more than 10 million tons. Excluding the Eastern-bloc countries, for which employment data are not available, some 1.7 million people were employed in 1987 in producing 430 million tons of steel. That is equivalent to about 250 tons of steel per person employed per year—a remarkably efficient use of human endeavour.

Article by: Jack Nutting
Source: britannica.com
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Technology affects almost every aspect of 21st century life, from transport efficiency and safety, to access to food and healthcare, socialization and productivity. The power of the internet has enabled global communities to form ideas and resources to be shared more easily.

In this channel, videos would be posted every two days at 5:00 AM. It is believed that the technology can enable us to learn and share what matters to the 21st century life. You will learn how the technology can create interactive innovations and modern tools to ease people's communication.

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Camvito 160 Modernizes AI Voice Technology
Camvito 160 Modernizes AI Voice Technology tonsamith 8 Views • 2 years ago

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What is a blockchain?
What is a blockchain? tonsamith 9 Views • 2 years ago

What Is a Blockchain?
A blockchain is a distributed database that is shared among the nodes of a computer network. As a database, a blockchain stores information electronically in digital format. Blockchains are best known for their crucial role in cryptocurrency systems, such as Bitcoin, for maintaining a secure and decentralized record of transactions. The innovation with a blockchain is that it guarantees the fidelity and security of a record of data and generates trust without the need for a trusted third party.

One key difference between a typical database and a blockchain is how the data is structured. A blockchain collects information together in groups, known as blocks, that hold sets of information. Blocks have certain storage capacities and, when filled, are closed and linked to the previously filled block, forming a chain of data known as the blockchain. All new information that follows that freshly added block is compiled into a newly formed block that will then also be added to the chain once filled.

A database usually structures its data into tables, whereas a blockchain, like its name implies, structures its data into chunks (blocks) that are strung together. This data structure inherently makes an irreversible timeline of data when implemented in a decentralized nature. When a block is filled, it is set in stone and becomes a part of this timeline. Each block in the chain is given an exact time stamp when it is added to the chain.

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Source: investopedia.com
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Technology affects almost every aspect of 21st century life, from transport efficiency and safety, to access to food and healthcare, socialization and productivity. The power of the internet has enabled global communities to form ideas and resources to be shared more easily.

In this channel, videos would be posted every two days at 5:00 AM. It is believed that the technology can enable us to learn and share what matters to the 21st century life. You will learn how the technology can create interactive innovations and modern tools to ease people's communication.

Camvito 168 presents you with the following technology ideas:
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5. Social Media Technology
6. Computer Technology

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