Weekly Tech Roundup for March 28 2022
Our intelligence is what makes us human, and AI is an extension of that quality. – Yann LeCun
Hello and welcome back to this week’s Tech Roundup. We hope that we have provided you with sufficient knowledge to assist you in developing yourself, your career, and your business.
Many aspects of modern society, as well as our personal life, rely on technology. Technology is used in a number of ways, ranging from basic routine tasks to time-consuming obligations. As a result, every important piece of information is valued.
For your convenience, we’ve compiled a list of technology trends. Take your time and think about each one. Your intellect should evolve at the same rate as the rest of the world.
AI has many advantages: reduction in human error, risk-taking in place of humans, 24/7 availability, help in repetitive jobs, digital assistance and faster decision-taking. If coded properly, AI would have a lower error rate than humans. – Muhammad Yekini
Have you thought of using avatars for your zoom meetings? You may need some privacy in a meeting, that you don’t want your face to be part of the screen shot while your camera is on. Or you may want to play an avatar game show in your firm’s team bonding or team building meetings with a lot of fun. Just find out things here. – Jacob Ijomah
To all Linux users, Ubuntu is updating it’s graphical interface. Still purple, however, we now have a Jelly-fish on the background of it’s wallpaper instead of a Panther as we have always known. – Alex Michael
Instagram’s product tagging feature is now available to all users in the United States, meaning you don’t need a business or creator account to tag things in your pictures. The feature will be sent out to everyone “over the following few months,” starting today. – Olivia Wami
In the past, to contest a ban or suspension, a streamer would submit an appeal, receive an automated response acknowledging receipt, and then wait for a response that either accepted or rejected the appeal. – Opeyemi Orebiyi
How well do you know Python? Challenge your knowledge with this list of 20 questions and answers about Python. – Patrick Udoh
Interested in the metaverse, this is something new going on there. – Tolulope Bamisile
One of the rapidly growing areas of health care innovation lies in the advanced use of data science and machine learning. With advanced technology the health system will be improved and also the workload on the health practitioners will be reduced. – Faith Obilor
I kept emphasizing on the genuine need of an up-to-date data protection, today I can confirm to you that even Microsoft on Tuesday announced that they were hacked, although claim it was on their system but not individual personal data. – Peters Monday
Searching for someone or conversation names still works, and you can even decide whether you want to see results for people, groups, or messages — handy if the keyword you’re trying to search happens to be someone’s name. – Elias peter
Would it not be extraordinarily helpful to have AI incorporated even further in the educational sector? I affirm greatly to the advantages discussed in this article. Less stress but greater productivity is indeed good for both learners and teachers. – Asuabiat Robert
Emerging digital technologies from big data analytics to automation have the potential to reduce costs, enhance productivity and better manage variability in heavy industries across the world. The cost of such devices and storage is plummeting as economies of scale kick in. – Ebunoluwa Suberu
Dan Ammann the former president of General Motors, has moved on to be the New President of ExxonMobil effectively May 1 where he will be leading a new business focused on commercializing low-emission business opportunities in carbon capture and storage, hydrogen and low-emission fuels. ExxonMobil is one of the largest publicly traded international oil and gas company which uses technology and innovation to help meet the world’s growing energy. – Adeyemi Michael