Josh Hamilton

​Josh Hamilton ​is an aspiring journalist and writer who has written for a number of publications​ involving Cloud computing, Fintech and Legaltech​. ​Josh has a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Law​ from ​Queen's University in Belfast​​. Studies included, Politics of Sustainable Development, European Law, Modern Political Theory and Law of Ethics​.

GreenTech and the Corporate Social Responsibility

By Josh Hamilton | February 22, 2017

A Corporate Culture Of Green In today’s business culture there is a new type of corporate strategy emerging, one that is becoming particularly prevalent in Silicon Valley – Corporate Social Responsibility. These green credentials are becoming increasingly more important for

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Machine Augmented Humans: Does Elon Have A Point?

By Josh Hamilton | February 16, 2017

Machine Augmented Humans Elon Musk may have caused controversy once again with his declaration that humans must merge with machines, or become irrelevant. For anyone who follows Musk’s career, or tech news in general, this is not a new or

Moore’s Law and Quantum Computing

By Josh Hamilton | February 13, 2017

Quantum Computing 1971 saw the release of the world’s first commercially available microprocessor – Intel’s 4004. In the years that have followed we have seen unparalleled advancement, if the car had improved at the same rate as computer chips since

How Can We Use Artificial Intelligence When We Can’t Handle Real Intelligence?

By Josh Hamilton | February 8, 2017

Artificial Versus Real Intelligence In this article we will be discussing the pitfalls of societal disillusionment with facts, and how this trend may become troubling for the oncoming artificial intelligence revolution. Dr Edward Maibach has frequently lamented the “huge disconnect

Telepresence: From Robotics To Holograms

By Josh Hamilton | January 31, 2017

Telepresence, Robotics and Holograms When you talk about the future of work, what often comes to mind is automation and machine learning. However, there is a new firm, claiming to provide the future of work through robot “doubles”. Rather than

Future of Banking Part 2: Social Payments On The Rise

By Josh Hamilton | January 30, 2017

Social Payments In 2014, RBC became the very first bank in North America to offer a P2P payment service via Facebook Messenger. In the two years since then social payments have been on a steady rise, and while they have

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Big Money in IoT Acquisitions – Trend Set to Continue

By Josh Hamilton | January 26, 2017

IoT Acquisition Trends IoT (Internet of Things) was one of the hottest markets of 2016, with money being poured into acquisitions as companies look to grow their share of this rapidly expanding market. With more and more companies become reliant on

Future of Banking Part 1: Will Digital Banking Replace Traditional Branches?

By Josh Hamilton | January 25, 2017

Digital Banking Future The future of the bank as an institution is incredibly uncertain right now, but even more uncertain is the future of the bank branch. So much so, that many would consider the phrase “future of the bank

How Google Can Compete With AWS

By Josh Hamilton | January 24, 2017

What Can AI Do For Education?

By Josh Hamilton | January 17, 2017

AI In Education “The fact is that given the challenges we face; education doesn’t need to be reformed — it needs to be transformed.” – Ken Robinson, Author of The Element: How Finding Your Passion Changes Everything AI in every facet

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Financial Services and the Blockchain Government

By Josh Hamilton | January 11, 2017

Blockchain Government If you have had your head buried in the sand for the last few years, you might not have noticed the massive groundswell of support, discussion, and investment, in the technology that that has been touted as the

The Reasons Why Data Is The New Oil

By Josh Hamilton | January 5, 2017

Data Revolution The industrial revolution was driven by fossil fuels, coal gas and above all oil, were becoming highly sought after. Wars were fought, regimes toppled, and thousands of people died, all in the pursuit of a little taste of