Weekly Tech Roundup for October 23rd 2020
Times are changing and so is the technology that guides our day to day interactions with the versatile world. Developers are working round the clock to discover better ways to implement changes, you would have to consciously keep up with Trends so that you don’t get lost or left behind.
We at Bincom Dev Center, we make catching up with relevant trend easy for you to do. Here are Information and Communications Technology Trends that will blow your mind. Take your time and digest every one of them. The world is fast evolving and so should your mind.
An upgrade on the tech that powers spacecraft across the cosmos could soon be used to create incredibly long-lasting batteries back on Earth. E.O
New research shows that artificial intelligence can be nearly as accurate as a physician in diagnosing COVID-19 in the lungs. J.K
How AI is being used to detect eye defects in the US, Europe and China. V.I.
Artificial intelligence, extended reality and other heavy CPU computing task users can now smile as ARM announced a new generation of 64bit enhanced performance CPUs. A.J
Working from Home
If you need a quarter—or half, or three quarters—of your workforce to remote in to work every day, you need enough bandwidth to accommodate them. K.J
AI Powered beauty advisory, offering personalised skin care advise. 0.A
With Nigerians not backing down on protests for the reform of the police force and total disbandment of the Special Anti- Robbery Squad(SARS), there are speculations that the government might shut down the internet. R.D
Sentiment Analysis helps organisations measure the ROI of their marketing campaigns and improve their customer service. C.O
Zoom is using the virtual Zoomtopia to launch its OnZoom events platform and marketplace into general availability (it was previously only available as a private beta) and it is launching Zapps, which brings apps from the company’s 35 launch partners right into the Zoom experience. O.W
With the #EndSARS protest still going on across the Nigeria, Will the Nigeria government shut down it internet? What to know and do.
“ON THE INTERNET nobody knows where or when you took that photo of a dog. Images can be reused and remixed online without a trace—helpful to those trying to spice up their Instagram feed but also to purveyors of disinformation”. This Camera App Is Designed to Fight Fake News. A.J