With the advancement of scientific technologies, we have come across a various scientific contribution in recent times. This scientific approach has surely influenced human nature and with recent studies show that the decisions we make are influenced by the technology around us. A strong example of this is the retail industry and the latest integration of [?]
Malaysia?s economy has seen an average annual growth rate of 5.4% since 2010 and its global competitiveness ranking has moved up to 25th out of 140 countries, according to the World Economic Forum?s 2018 Global Competitiveness Report.
The idea that flesh-and-blood humans may actually forge fulfilling emotional, or even sexual, relationships with digital devices is no longer confined to dystopian science fiction movies like Ex Machina and Her, stories in which lonely techies fall too hard for software-driven femme fatales.
Aavin plans buy back of milk sachets With the single use plastic ban being implemented widely and in earnest, several establishments have already moved to eco-friendly alternatives. Though milk was exempted from the ban list, Aavin has taken proactive initiatives, among which is a plan to buy back the used milk covers through its offices. Aavin distributes close to 40 lakh milk packets in the city. Among other initiatives, Aavin switched over to stainless steel tumblers and ceramic cups to serve hot milk at its parlours. It will also replace the plastic straws that come with its flavoured milk cartons with paper ones. Source: The Hindu Pollution levels drop, so do Pongal revellers at tourists spots The long weekend at the start of the week saw over half of the city population packing their bags for trips. The state transport corporation alone had around 6.4 lakhs passengers. Bhogi also created comparatively less pollution according to TNPCB data; reports suggested that people had
Robots have taken their place inside eCommerce and other commerce-related warehouses, and will in the coming years take even larger roles in fulfillment, according to estimates. Hot on their trail are machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) technology ? the software and algorithms promising to reduce the risks of overstocking and understocking, and providing other benefits [?]
Alexandria, Minn.-based Donnelly Custom Manufacturing Co. has installed a 70-ton press to produce complex molded parts, increase efficiency, and help customers get their products to market faster.The Engel 330H vertical rotary press has an on-board camera that laser scans molds to detect and
Bluetooth mesh is maturing, but will commercial lighting adopt it? I am in the middle of a deep dive into Bluetooth?s viability in enterprise and commercial spaces, so when I saw this article I had to look. It talks mostly about the rise of Bluetooth mesh for lighting and compares it to Wi-Fi or Power over Ethernet [?]
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As we continue to instrument every facet of modern work, it's beginning to enable data-driven management. The flip side of this data-driven augmentation, however, is that it may make the act of management the prime target for automation. Could it be that it will be the managers that go first?
MANHATTAN ? Agricultural producers annually spray nearly $15 billion worth of chemicals yet still lose 37 percent of crop yield to pest damage. As the industry moves to sustainably intensify production to feed a growing population, a high priority is to reduce farmers? costs by making fewer, more efficient chemical applications, and at the same [...]