Kayla Matthews

How Will AI and Automation Change the Global Economy?

By Kayla Matthews | March 21, 2018

The Future of AI and Automation Artificial intelligence (AI) and the automation it enables will significantly disrupt the global economy. Some people fear robots will replace most of the jobs employees perform. Due to the ways automation can cut down

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The Next Phase of Smart Tech Adoption: Codeless Software

By Kayla Matthews | March 15, 2018

Codeless Software Technology is perpetually changing. From floppy disks and CD-ROMs to thumb drives and cloud computing, software is plunging into another frontier: codeless. The new era brings an intuitive process, increased efficiency and a focus on creativity. Developers should

Big Data Gives Insight to Consumer Trends

The Cloud Expected to Replace Data Centers in Just 3 Years

By Kayla Matthews | February 27, 2018

Cloud Expected to Replace Data Centers People with only a slight interest in technology likely notice the rapid rise of cloud-based technologies that are becoming so prominent in the marketplace. But, even highly tech-savvy people may not have predicted the

How the Cloud and IoT Created the Age of the Smart Factory

By Kayla Matthews | February 20, 2018

The Smart Factory Today’s factories are undoubtedly more intelligent than they were in the not-so-distant past, and that’s due in large part to cloud computing and the Internet of Things (IoT). Numerous specific developments were particularly instrumental in making modern

Using No Electronics, 3D-Printed Objects Can Now Connect to Wi-Fi

By Kayla Matthews | January 2, 2018

3D-Printed Objects Can Connect to Wi-Fi The vast collection of 3-D-printed products in existence is impressive enough to inspire people of all ages and interests. However, a team recently made 3D-printed items that are remarkable in their own right — they

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Forward-thinking Developers Recognize Cloud Services Drive Innovation

By Kayla Matthews | December 18, 2017

Cloud Services Drive Innovation It’s common to read news stories and research about certain segments of cloud computing and how they’re growing. However, an organization known as the International Data Corporation took an all-encompassing approach by looking at the “whole

The Internet of (Retail) Things: How mPOS Systems Make Buying Stuff High-Tech

By Kayla Matthews | December 6, 2017

mPOS Systems On The Rise Modern society is increasingly connected — and mobile. Those realities have also carried over to how people buy things, specifically, mobile point-of-service (mPOS). These devices let merchants and service providers simplify making and processing payments

This Amsterdam Bank Wants To Hack … Itself?

By Kayla Matthews | November 21, 2017

Bank Wants To Hack … Itself? With instances of professional hacking and data leaks making the news every year, it’s no secret that cybersecurity has become a major concern. How does a corporation ensure its cybersecurity remains impenetrable in a world

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Do More With Machine Learning Thanks to These 6 Open-Source Tools

By Kayla Matthews | November 2, 2017

Machine Learning Open-Source Tools We are in the middle of a machine learning, AI and big data renaissance — at least, that’s what we’re calling it. Seemingly everyone is interested in this technology these days, and for a good reason.

How Big Data Is Aiding Police And Security Officers

By Kayla Matthews | October 27, 2017

Big Data Is Aiding Police Officers Big data has become a trusted resource for people in industries ranging from health care to marketing. It shouldn’t be surprising, then, that big data is quickly becoming the future of law enforcement, too. Below,