5 Essential Benefits of Online Shopping for Your Apparel

Image by Manuel Alejandro Leon from Pixabay Dress and address are the two most important elements of your personality, which leave a lasting impression on others. Having dignified ideas and conveying them with a pristine eloquence is not enough.  You need to look the part as well. The world is a stage and you are an actor.  Dress properly for the act while you deliver your lines to create a profound impact on the audience. Get my point? However, shopping for a perfect set of apparel is an art in itself.  You may go from one shop to the next and still not be able to find what you are looking for. You need options, which you cannot get from the traditional, physical marketplaces.  They only eat up your time, money, resources, and stores of energy without yielding much satisfaction. They are the past, after all. Let me welcome you to the future of commerce: online marketplaces. More than 3.95 billion users worldwide use the internet daily, out of which 67% of the millennials shop for their clothing online.  Why? What do the online marketplaces have to offer which the physical ones do not? Let us find out below. Diversity I am an…

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Was The World Short-changed by AI For COVID-19?

Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay  COVID-19 came hitting hard at the very fabric of our culture, we were ill-prepared for it. Billions of people worldwide are under lockdown, thousands have died, and more are still dying.  Globally, governments, businesses, and individuals are confused, facing an uncertain economic future. Without mincing words, the world was completely unprepared for COVID-19 despite our technological advancements in the areas of AI and machine learning, hence, we are suffering the consequences and direly so.  It is on record that an artificial intelligence company called BlueDot was the first to notice that something weird was going on and, therefore, went ahead to alert the world of a cluster of “unusual pneumonia” cases occurring around a market in Wuhan, China, about the midnight of December 30, 2019. The company likened the symptoms to those of the SARS, an outbreak that was experienced in 2003. Incidentally, before the World Health Organization (WHO) or the Chinese authorities eventually got around to informing us nearly a week after the emergence of COVID-19, it was late and the harm had been done. The question is, how did we get it wrong?  It would have been expected that since we have progressed so much…

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