Technology is spreading its wings to provide a profusion of opportunities. We have millions of smart, interconnected devices and complex systems that are enabling us to do much more than human potentiality. But the hard fact is, these systems are not foolproof and highly vulnerable to cyber-attacks.
The COVID-19 pandemic has put tremendous pressure on the healthcare system, globally. Hospitals have experienced a surge in the volume of patients. The hospital staff has been asked to perform roles they were unfamiliar with. Many hospitals even stopped elective procedures and consultations to ensure that COVID-affected patients are attended well.
According to the ergonomics of human-system interaction, User Experience (UX) is a person’s perceptions and responses that result from the use or anticipated use of a product, system, or service.
A lot of people, especially women, take a break from their careers due to a lot of reasons. After a long break, there is a high probability of women who might doubt if they should get back to their careers or continue with their lives.
Machine Learning (ML) is one of the most versatile technologies of Artificial Intelligence (AI). The healthIT sector has realized the importance of ML in the prediction, management, and treatment of various health issues. These days, researchers are coming up with some innovative ways in which machine learning is improving the quality of patient care.
The worldwide public cloud services market is expected to be valued at $304.9 million by 2021. Businesses are going to increase their spendings on the public cloud with SaaS, LaaS, DaaS, and IaaS services in the mainstream.
Almost every industry experienced a downfall during the COVID-19 pandemic. At worse, some businesses were even shut down. However, some thrived during the tough times and kept booming to date.
It was the 1950s' when Alan Turing conceptualized Artificial Intelligence. Nobody would have imagined the vast array of applications that this technology could offer. He formed the mathematical & logical reasoning behind the concept of machines and computers replicating human intelligence, which today has outgrown to even replace humans for certain tasks.
At the I/O 2021, Google announced the release of Flutter 2.2, the latest release of the open-source toolkit for building cross-platform apps. The new version now makes it easier to monetize the app through in-app purchases, add payments and ads to the application, connect to cloud services & APIs that help in extending app functionality, etc. Apart from this, Flutter is updated with new tooling and language features that help developers increase app performance and reduce the package size.
Software development is the biggest trend in the IT industry. Digital transformation, software modernization, cloud computing are some of the sought-after practices to prepare businesses for the current and post-COVID scenario.