John McCarthy in 1955, defined Artificial Intelligence (AI) as the science and engineering of making intelligent machines. In the 1960s, he conceived the idea of computer time-sharing or networking, which allowed users to share data by linking to a central computer. The innovation was a precursor of cloud computing – a method of storing data on a remote server accessible via the internet.
The EOS.IO technology has come on board to counter problems associated with the Blockchain technology. Since 2018 when the Blockchain technology was introduced through the launch of the Bitcoin currency, entrepreneurs and developers have made concerted efforts to enable the technology support varying degrees of applications on a single blockchain platform.
What goes on in your mind and possibly gives you sleepless nights as an entrepreneur is how to enhance your ROI, this borders on carving out your own niche in the overly competitive market. Be as it may that you are able to create the desired impact in the market, you may not at the end of the day be making the spectacular profit you have initially set out to do. But drones are here to do that.
One thing that has almost brought the whole world to its knees is terrorism. It has not spared any. It doesn’t recognize a developing and a developed country. It’s hitting everybody from the right, left, and center. Unfortunately, however, tech- businesses are trying to model Artificial Intelligence into extremely lethal weapons in the hands of terrorists.
Domain Name Service (DNS) translates hostname into its IP address. DNS, for this reason, is a nice target for hackers. The avalanche of information and data a hacker can have complete control of whenever there is a successful takeover of a server or simply use DNS implementation to misdirect traffic can be rather awesome and that is why businesses should take DNS attacks from leaks very seriously.
Technology has enriched our lives, but like most good things, it has a flip side: it has also made us vulnerable to crime especially as regards mobile phones. Cyber crimes are on the increase, often leading to devastating consequences.