#robots

From 2014 when I started making my own PCB .Ok guys the PBC for the LM417 is  already etch and drilled now it's time for  silk screen. Look at the previous picture so you see it before the silk  #LM327 #engineering #engineer #eaglecad #eagle #adafruit #Arduino #crystal #breakout #jesking #jk #GPS #ftdi #drones #display #digytronix #sparkfun #supply #sensor #robotics #robots #raspberypi #uav #engeneering #engenieer #pcbboard #pcb #phonerepair #iphonerepair
From 2014 when I started making my own PCB .Ok guys the PBC for the LM417 is already etch and drilled now it's time for silk screen. Look at the previous picture so you see it before the silk #LM327 #engineering #engineer #eaglecad #eagle #adafruit #Arduino #crystal #breakout #jesking #jk #GPS #ftdi #drones #display #digytronix #sparkfun #supply #sensor #robotics #robots #raspberypi #uav #engeneering #engenieer #pcbboard #pcb #phonerepair #iphonerepair
It is Wednesday, my dudes. 🍏🤖
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#edibles #gummies #robots #420kitchen #420boston #masscannabiscommunity #boston #massachusetts #greenearthedibles #womeninweed #munchies #wakeandbake #weedfeed #beastcoast #smokeweedeveryday
The Beginner’s Guide to Display Text, Image & Animation on OLED Display by Arduino

Project link:
https://tinyurl.com/58techwiki

Source:
Inscrutables

Maker:
Electropeak

Tags:
#engineer #maker #robots #arduino #electronics #electronicengineer #inventor #microprocessor #softwareengineer #coder #process #logic #binary #artificialintelligence #pcb #smt #smarthome #circuitdesign #communication #wifi #blutooth #wan #customcontrol #gps #robot #diy #techwikimakers⁣
The Beginner’s Guide to Display Text, Image & Animation on OLED Display by Arduino

Project link:
https://tinyurl.com/58techwiki

Source:
Inscrutables

Maker:
Electropeak

Tags:
#engineer #maker #robots #arduino #electronics #electronicengineer #inventor #microprocessor #softwareengineer #coder #process #logic #binary #artificialintelligence #pcb #smt #smarthome #circuitdesign #communication #wifi #blutooth #wan #customcontrol #gps #robot #diy #techwikimakers⁣
Эпиграф-,,Сидела как то и скучала
И вдруг видение не пришло .
Что нужно начинать сначала ,
Пока до точки невозврата не дошло"
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Господь ,как надоело просыпаться мне в ледяном поту 
Солдатом себя видеть с пилотом на борту.
И бегать непрерывно с ружьём наперевес .
Избавь ,прошу,пожалуйста вот от таких чудес 
Увы,не Сара Коннор моя родная мать .
Да,у меня есть гонор 
На страхи наплевать 
Я даже не мальчишка ,
А девочка-скандал 
И это уже слишком 
Чудовищный аврал.

Да и боюсь конструкций из гаек и из шин .
Куда ж мне до предотвращения восстания машин 
И ад здесь не закончится 
Так что увы и ах.
Пока не наведём порядок у люда в головах.-ЁНСИ 
#poem #Blogger #Dream #Music #Rock #Rocknroll #Love #Pop #Life #Future @greenpeaceru @greenpeace @wwf @natgeomagazineru #Art #art🎨 #Artvisage #Deer #travel #Life #Beauty #blog #War #Nowar #thisiswar #Debilty #human #Toys #Robots #Killer #Killers #Gun #nogun #roses #🌹
Эпиграф-,,Сидела как то и скучала
И вдруг видение не пришло .
Что нужно начинать сначала ,
Пока до точки невозврата не дошло"
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Господь ,как надоело просыпаться мне в ледяном поту
Солдатом себя видеть с пилотом на борту.
И бегать непрерывно с ружьём наперевес .
Избавь ,прошу,пожалуйста вот от таких чудес
Увы,не Сара Коннор моя родная мать .
Да,у меня есть гонор
На страхи наплевать
Я даже не мальчишка ,
А девочка-скандал
И это уже слишком
Чудовищный аврал.

Да и боюсь конструкций из гаек и из шин .
Куда ж мне до предотвращения восстания машин
И ад здесь не закончится
Так что увы и ах.
Пока не наведём порядок у люда в головах.-ЁНСИ
#poem #Blogger #Dream #Music #Rock #Rocknroll #Love #Pop #Life #Future @greenpeaceru @greenpeace @wwf @natgeomagazineru #Art #art🎨 #Artvisage #Deer #travel #Life #Beauty #blog #War #Nowar #thisiswar #Debilty #human #Toys #Robots #Killer #Killers #Gun #nogun #roses #🌹
This book will be released soon. It was a ton of fun narrating for @marjorykbooks and I can’t wait for people to hear it! Please enjoy the Indian accent I learned for this book that you can hear in this clip! #narrator #narratorlife #lastgirlstanding #marjorykaptanoglu #boothlife #ya #yafiction #yascifi #robots #audiobooks #audiobookstagram #actorslife
This book will be released soon. It was a ton of fun narrating for @marjorykbooks and I can’t wait for people to hear it! Please enjoy the Indian accent I learned for this book that you can hear in this clip! #narrator #narratorlife #lastgirlstanding #marjorykaptanoglu #boothlife #ya #yafiction #yascifi #robots #audiobooks #audiobookstagram #actorslife
Posted @withrepost • @phillymakerfaire Maker applications now open! Returning makers: don't forget we can duplicate your information from last year!
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Save the date: October 6th!
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Thanks to our amazing returning sponsors:
 @nextfab_phl & @pennovationworks 
#phillymakerfaire #phillymakerfaire2019 #phillymakers #2019.10.06 #october6 #oct6 #make #makers #3dprinting #3dprinting  #cnc #glassblowing #ceramics #soldering #workshops #panels #drones #robotics #kinetic #robots #circuit #hobbyelectronics #rc #radiocontrol #lasercutter #familyfriendly #handson #stem #steam
Posted @withrepost • @phillymakerfaire Maker applications now open! Returning makers: don't forget we can duplicate your information from last year!
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Save the date: October 6th!
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Thanks to our amazing returning sponsors:
@nextfab_phl & @pennovationworks
#phillymakerfaire #phillymakerfaire2019 #phillymakers #2019.10.06 #october6 #oct6 #make #makers #3dprinting #3dprinting #cnc #glassblowing #ceramics #soldering #workshops #panels #drones #robotics #kinetic #robots #circuit #hobbyelectronics #rc #radiocontrol #lasercutter #familyfriendly #handson #stem #steam
When you watch Black Mirror Season 5 E3 a couple of days ago, and bump into Ashley 😶
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#netflix #blackmirror #robots #innovation #technology #emergingtech #truenorthconf #universityofwaterloo
When you watch Black Mirror Season 5 E3 a couple of days ago, and bump into Ashley 😶
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#netflix #blackmirror #robots #innovation #technology #emergingtech #truenorthconf #universityofwaterloo
Meet the Team! Melvin aka Mel is a recently graduated Ranger for the Space Parks Service and his AI companion Orville is his government issued partner (and friend). Together they’re sent to planets that could potentially be a human colony- their mission is to observe and document any biology, geology and chemical makeup of their assigned planet!  They’re space park rangers ok 😅 Just about done writing the comic then we’ll really be cookin! Heck it’ll even be all ages!  #comics #indiecomics #indiecomix #smallpress #illustrations #robots #scifi #scificomics #baltimorecomics #bmoreintocomics
Meet the Team! Melvin aka Mel is a recently graduated Ranger for the Space Parks Service and his AI companion Orville is his government issued partner (and friend). Together they’re sent to planets that could potentially be a human colony- their mission is to observe and document any biology, geology and chemical makeup of their assigned planet! They’re space park rangers ok 😅 Just about done writing the comic then we’ll really be cookin! Heck it’ll even be all ages! #comics #indiecomics #indiecomix #smallpress #illustrations #robots #scifi #scificomics #baltimorecomics #bmoreintocomics
#streetart 
#streetartchilango 
#stickers 
#RobOts
MTR5 (Marvelous the Robot)...19x13” canvas mixed media #marveloustherobot #art #artoninstagram #pigbot #robots
MTR5 (Marvelous the Robot)...19x13” canvas mixed media #marveloustherobot #art #artoninstagram #pigbot #robots
Build a DIY Thermocam

Project link:
https://tinyurl.com/57techwiki

Source:
Makezine

Maker:
Max Ritter

Tags:
#engineer #maker #robots #arduino #electronics #electronicengineer #inventor #microprocessor #softwareengineer #coder #process #logic #binary #artificialintelligence #pcb #smt #smarthome #circuitdesign #communication #wifi #blutooth #wan #customcontrol #gps #robot #diy #techwikimakers⁣
Robots can pick flowers too 🌺🌺🌺 #art #artist #photography #robots
Robots can pick flowers too 🌺🌺🌺 #art #artist #photography #robots
"There can only be one master of ice."
#ninjago #ninjagoshow #legoninjago #kai #cole #jay #zane #lloyd #nya #lego #legoislife #ninjagoislife #skletons #snakes #stonearmy #robots #anacondrais #ghosts #pirates #ice #general #season11 #aspheera
• —— • will be used later #artistsofinstagram #robots #robot #vegetation #art
• —— • will be used later #artistsofinstagram #robots #robot #vegetation #art
Excited to be at SLAS EU connecting with drug discovery researchers in a week! @slas_org
Excited to be at SLAS EU connecting with drug discovery researchers in a week! @slas_org
Bc those that created this system have none of those things...so no one else should
#Robots
Bc those that created this system have none of those things...so no one else should
#Robots
In the "Terminator" franchise, #JudgementDay was inevitable, but how likely is it that the #machines really will rise against #humanity ?  This week we discuss the past, present and future of #computers and #robots all leading toward the #singularity .  You might just want to think twice about purchasing that #Wifi enabled #sexbot !
In the "Terminator" franchise, #JudgementDay was inevitable, but how likely is it that the #machines really will rise against #humanity ?  This week we discuss the past, present and future of #computers and #robots all leading toward the #singularity .  You might just want to think twice about purchasing that #Wifi enabled #sexbot !
19 GIUGNO 2009 – ESCE TRANSFORMERS: LA VENDETTA DEL CADUTO

Transformers. La vendetta del caduto – Michael Bay (2009)
Human After All – Daft Punk (2005) 
#daftpunk #humanafterall #transformers #robots #electronicmusic #housemusic #discohouse  #randomaccessmemories #discovery #transformerslavendettadelcaduto #transformersrevengeofthefallen #shialabeouf #meganfox #joshduhamel #johnturturro  #michaelbay #optimusprime #bumblebee #autobot #decepticon
19 GIUGNO 2009 – ESCE TRANSFORMERS: LA VENDETTA DEL CADUTO

Transformers. La vendetta del caduto – Michael Bay (2009)
Human After All – Daft Punk (2005)
#daftpunk #humanafterall #transformers #robots #electronicmusic #housemusic #discohouse #randomaccessmemories #discovery #transformerslavendettadelcaduto #transformersrevengeofthefallen #shialabeouf #meganfox #joshduhamel #johnturturro #michaelbay #optimusprime #bumblebee #autobot #decepticon
Nella carriera dei Daft Punk è difficile trovare qualche passo falso: due artisti geniali, che hanno sempre saputo prendersi i giusti tempi tra un disco e un altro, riuscendo ogni volta a creare qualcosa di unico e diverso non solo per la loro discografia, ma per l’intero panorama musicale elettronico. Da sempre considerati dei maestri, riescono a mescolare influenze disco, house e rock in composizioni sintetiche dal sound design eccezionale. Human After All, terzo album in studio del duo, reclama prepotentemente il loro stile unico, inserendo una nota tematica fortemente robotica, quasi meccatronica, con tracce come Robot Rock, in cui i sinth viaggiano sparati, descrivendo musicalmente un eccezionale scenario immaginario dominato da droni e robot. Si, perché l’LP in questione sembra essere la colonna sonora mancata di un film di Transformers: Steam Machine e la voce alienante che ci ripete incessantemente “vapore” - con chiaro riferimento alla locomozione e alla macchina in generale - e ancora Make Love, che sembra voler spiegare la percezione dell’amore per un automa: così soave e pacato, ma al contempo inconsistente e vacuo. The Brainwasher e Television Rules the Nation, sono gli agganci giusti al mondo del sociale, in cui l’elettronica diventa il tramite per il controllo delle masse. Tecnologic è il classico da repertorio: chiunque ricorderà la voce artificiosa che persiste per tutto il brano, accompagnata da un sound incredibilmente energico e ancora una volta eccezionalmente estraniante, che elenca incessante, innumerevoli funzioni e termini provenienti dal mondo della tecnologia. In chiusura Emotion ci regala nuovamente uno spaccato alterato e sognante dell’impercettibilità delle emozioni nel mondo artificiale. Indubbiamente una delle pietre miliari del mondo dell’elettronica, ascolto obbligato per gli amanti del genere e anche per molti artisti moderni.

#daftpunk #humanafterall #transformers #robots #electronicmusic #housemusic #discohouse #frenchhouse #randomaccessmemories #discovery
Nella carriera dei Daft Punk è difficile trovare qualche passo falso: due artisti geniali, che hanno sempre saputo prendersi i giusti tempi tra un disco e un altro, riuscendo ogni volta a creare qualcosa di unico e diverso non solo per la loro discografia, ma per l’intero panorama musicale elettronico. Da sempre considerati dei maestri, riescono a mescolare influenze disco, house e rock in composizioni sintetiche dal sound design eccezionale. Human After All, terzo album in studio del duo, reclama prepotentemente il loro stile unico, inserendo una nota tematica fortemente robotica, quasi meccatronica, con tracce come Robot Rock, in cui i sinth viaggiano sparati, descrivendo musicalmente un eccezionale scenario immaginario dominato da droni e robot. Si, perché l’LP in questione sembra essere la colonna sonora mancata di un film di Transformers: Steam Machine e la voce alienante che ci ripete incessantemente “vapore” - con chiaro riferimento alla locomozione e alla macchina in generale - e ancora Make Love, che sembra voler spiegare la percezione dell’amore per un automa: così soave e pacato, ma al contempo inconsistente e vacuo. The Brainwasher e Television Rules the Nation, sono gli agganci giusti al mondo del sociale, in cui l’elettronica diventa il tramite per il controllo delle masse. Tecnologic è il classico da repertorio: chiunque ricorderà la voce artificiosa che persiste per tutto il brano, accompagnata da un sound incredibilmente energico e ancora una volta eccezionalmente estraniante, che elenca incessante, innumerevoli funzioni e termini provenienti dal mondo della tecnologia. In chiusura Emotion ci regala nuovamente uno spaccato alterato e sognante dell’impercettibilità delle emozioni nel mondo artificiale. Indubbiamente una delle pietre miliari del mondo dell’elettronica, ascolto obbligato per gli amanti del genere e anche per molti artisti moderni.

#daftpunk #humanafterall #transformers #robots #electronicmusic #housemusic #discohouse #frenchhouse #randomaccessmemories #discovery
Robotics head in progress. Sculpting in Monsterclay. Mapping facets, panels and line work. The to the other side. Symmetry takes a while. #brucedmitchell #conceptualexecutioner #conceptual_executioner #monsterclaysculpture #monsterclay #robots
Robotics head in progress. Sculpting in Monsterclay. Mapping facets, panels and line work. The to the other side. Symmetry takes a while. #brucedmitchell #conceptualexecutioner #conceptual_executioner #monsterclaysculpture #monsterclay #robots
Pronto habra noticias del señor @chema_vicente !!!Atentos!!! #ilustration #comic #digitalink #spacerunners #aliens #scifi #guns #robots #mechanic #humans #space #spaceship
Pronto habra noticias del señor @chema_vicente !!!Atentos!!! #ilustration #comic #digitalink #spacerunners #aliens #scifi #guns #robots #mechanic #humans #space #spaceship
Early morning off-roading with #Kup making my way through cast of 86, inspired by the thoroughly-entertaining Autopod Decepticast. #transformers #transformersart #transformersg1  #autobot #robots #robotsindisguise #hasbro #takaratomy #sketch #cartoon #artwork #anime #cardesign #conceptcars #fanart #1980s #transformersaddict #comicart
Early morning off-roading with #Kup making my way through cast of 86, inspired by the thoroughly-entertaining Autopod Decepticast. #transformers #transformersart #transformersg1 #autobot #robots #robotsindisguise #hasbro #takaratomy #sketch #cartoon #artwork #anime #cardesign #conceptcars #fanart #1980s #transformersaddict #comicart
I live amongst zombies 🧟‍♀️ LOOK UP !!!! YOU ARE BEING POISONED THE PLANET IS BEING POISONED YOUR FOOD IS BEING POISONED ..... GO RAPTORS GO !🥳 😒 where do I live for real though I’m not from this planet of imbeciles I just can’t be #mississauga #mississaugalife #theblind #imupset #ftg #wheredoilive #toronto #milton #scarbrough #ontario #canada #RaptorsParade #torontoraptors #zomies #robots #programming #thematrix #purplepill
I live amongst zombies 🧟‍♀️ LOOK UP !!!! YOU ARE BEING POISONED THE PLANET IS BEING POISONED YOUR FOOD IS BEING POISONED ..... GO RAPTORS GO !🥳 😒 where do I live for real though I’m not from this planet of imbeciles I just can’t be #mississauga #mississaugalife #theblind #imupset #ftg #wheredoilive #toronto #milton #scarbrough #ontario #canada #RaptorsParade #torontoraptors #zomies #robots #programming #thematrix #purplepill
Sweaty ist hoch konzentriert an den letzten Vorbereitungen für den RoboCup 2019. Das Team hilft fleißig mit😊 #robocup #humanoid #robots #sydney
Sweaty ist hoch konzentriert an den letzten Vorbereitungen für den RoboCup 2019. Das Team hilft fleißig mit😊 #robocup #humanoid #robots #sydney
OCTAGON LED FLOWER

Project descreption:
A simple 8 LED flower sculpture that is based around a transistor astable-multivibrator.

Project link:
https://tinyurl.com/56techwiki

Tags:
#engineer #maker #robots #arduino #electronics #electronicengineer #inventor #microprocessor #softwareengineer #coder #process #logic #binary #artificialintelligence #pcb #smt #smarthome #circuitdesign #communication #wifi #blutooth #wan #customcontrol #gps #robot #diy #techwikimakers⁣
OCTAGON LED FLOWER

Project descreption:
A simple 8 LED flower sculpture that is based around a transistor astable-multivibrator.

Project link:
https://tinyurl.com/56techwiki

Tags:
#engineer #maker #robots #arduino #electronics #electronicengineer #inventor #microprocessor #softwareengineer #coder #process #logic #binary #artificialintelligence #pcb #smt #smarthome #circuitdesign #communication #wifi #blutooth #wan #customcontrol #gps #robot #diy #techwikimakers⁣
Pablos Holman (@kadrevis) in FORTUNE: How to Avoid Winding Up as Pets for A.I. Robots — click on the link on our bio and head to our blog to read more! ⁣⁣
⁣A warning: Paul “Pablos” Holman’s vision of the future may alternately inspire or frighten.⁣
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⁣Speaking at Fortune’s CEO Initiative conference on Tuesday, the futurist and inventor gave a condensed history of humankind that highlighted what he described as the essentially positive influences of technology. In the millions of years since hominids first arrived, we have been making tools and “inventing solutions to the hard technical problems that kept people from thriving,” he said.⁣
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⁣“Some people think it’s government policy or religion or charity or some election, but in fact it’s new technology that’s the force multiplier that gives us the ability to solve these problems at scale,” Holman asserted, optimistically. “It’s the exponent in your equation.”⁣
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⁣But technology, for all its promise of salvation, has a potentially dark side too, especially the acceleration of advances in artificial intelligence. “Something really important is about to happen, which is that a robot is coming to take your job,” Holman warned the audience of executives gathered in Manhattan.⁣
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⁣“Robots probably should come take over every menial, dangerous, repetitive, boring job they can and do it better than a human,” Holman continued. “But that leaves you with the big question: Then what are the humans good for?”⁣
⁣⁣#artificialintelligence #robots #foodforthought #technology #pablosholman ⁣
Pablos Holman (@kadrevis) in FORTUNE: How to Avoid Winding Up as Pets for A.I. Robots — click on the link on our bio and head to our blog to read more! ⁣⁣
⁣A warning: Paul “Pablos” Holman’s vision of the future may alternately inspire or frighten.⁣
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⁣Speaking at Fortune’s CEO Initiative conference on Tuesday, the futurist and inventor gave a condensed history of humankind that highlighted what he described as the essentially positive influences of technology. In the millions of years since hominids first arrived, we have been making tools and “inventing solutions to the hard technical problems that kept people from thriving,” he said.⁣
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⁣“Some people think it’s government policy or religion or charity or some election, but in fact it’s new technology that’s the force multiplier that gives us the ability to solve these problems at scale,” Holman asserted, optimistically. “It’s the exponent in your equation.”⁣
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⁣But technology, for all its promise of salvation, has a potentially dark side too, especially the acceleration of advances in artificial intelligence. “Something really important is about to happen, which is that a robot is coming to take your job,” Holman warned the audience of executives gathered in Manhattan.⁣
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⁣“Robots probably should come take over every menial, dangerous, repetitive, boring job they can and do it better than a human,” Holman continued. “But that leaves you with the big question: Then what are the humans good for?”⁣
⁣⁣#artificialintelligence #robots #foodforthought #technology #pablosholman
#ospreypenssavecursive #ospreyef #madeinusa #ink #fpn #ospreypens #recycling #schoolcalligraphy #osprey #importance #handwriting #score #more #views #reach #lot #larger #audience #than #robots #modernage #test #humanvsrobot #schoolcalligraphy #win #donate #expired #cartridges #xthrow #use #school
Some companies are spending over $5 million on artificial-intelligence projects, showing just how serious businesses are getting about the cutting-edge technology.
The finding comes from a recent survey of over 300 companies by Figure Eight, a business that was recently acquired by data company Appen that helps customers label their data. The results provide a glimpse into how quickly companies are adopting A.I. and some of the related complications.
Over half the respondents said they oversee an annual A.I. budget of at least $51,000. Meanwhile, 13% said they control A.I. budgets of $251,000 to $500,000, an amount that reflects a modest commitment and likely small staff. Although the survey didn’t get into how that money is being spent, Figure Eight vice president of marketing Sid Mistry speculates that the budgets include capturing and labeling data, building and running machine-learning models, and then improving the models’ performance over time.
The survey also found that data scientists and machine-learning engineers are surprisingly unhappy. About 30% of data scientists said they were either unsatisfied or somewhat satisfied with their jobs.
This is despite the fact that data crunching is one of the most in-demand jobs. Annual salaries average around $120,000, which is well above the norm.
Mistry speculated that data scientists may be growing increasingly frustrated because of the greater number of business leaders parachuting into A.I. projects. Amid the growing hype over A.I., more companies are considering A.I. core to their survival and are giving once largely autonomous projects greater scrutiny.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 10
#crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution
Some companies are spending over $5 million on artificial-intelligence projects, showing just how serious businesses are getting about the cutting-edge technology.
The finding comes from a recent survey of over 300 companies by Figure Eight, a business that was recently acquired by data company Appen that helps customers label their data. The results provide a glimpse into how quickly companies are adopting A.I. and some of the related complications.
Over half the respondents said they oversee an annual A.I. budget of at least $51,000. Meanwhile, 13% said they control A.I. budgets of $251,000 to $500,000, an amount that reflects a modest commitment and likely small staff. Although the survey didn’t get into how that money is being spent, Figure Eight vice president of marketing Sid Mistry speculates that the budgets include capturing and labeling data, building and running machine-learning models, and then improving the models’ performance over time.
The survey also found that data scientists and machine-learning engineers are surprisingly unhappy. About 30% of data scientists said they were either unsatisfied or somewhat satisfied with their jobs.
This is despite the fact that data crunching is one of the most in-demand jobs. Annual salaries average around $120,000, which is well above the norm.
Mistry speculated that data scientists may be growing increasingly frustrated because of the greater number of business leaders parachuting into A.I. projects. Amid the growing hype over A.I., more companies are considering A.I. core to their survival and are giving once largely autonomous projects greater scrutiny.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 10
#crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution
Some companies are spending over $5 million on artificial-intelligence projects, showing just how serious businesses are getting about the cutting-edge technology.
The finding comes from a recent survey of over 300 companies by Figure Eight, a business that was recently acquired by data company Appen that helps customers label their data. The results provide a glimpse into how quickly companies are adopting A.I. and some of the related complications.
Over half the respondents said they oversee an annual A.I. budget of at least $51,000. Meanwhile, 13% said they control A.I. budgets of $251,000 to $500,000, an amount that reflects a modest commitment and likely small staff. Although the survey didn’t get into how that money is being spent, Figure Eight vice president of marketing Sid Mistry speculates that the budgets include capturing and labeling data, building and running machine-learning models, and then improving the models’ performance over time.
The survey also found that data scientists and machine-learning engineers are surprisingly unhappy. About 30% of data scientists said they were either unsatisfied or somewhat satisfied with their jobs.
This is despite the fact that data crunching is one of the most in-demand jobs. Annual salaries average around $120,000, which is well above the norm.
Mistry speculated that data scientists may be growing increasingly frustrated because of the greater number of business leaders parachuting into A.I. projects. Amid the growing hype over A.I., more companies are considering A.I. core to their survival and are giving once largely autonomous projects greater scrutiny.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 11
#crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution
Some companies are spending over $5 million on artificial-intelligence projects, showing just how serious businesses are getting about the cutting-edge technology.
The finding comes from a recent survey of over 300 companies by Figure Eight, a business that was recently acquired by data company Appen that helps customers label their data. The results provide a glimpse into how quickly companies are adopting A.I. and some of the related complications.
Over half the respondents said they oversee an annual A.I. budget of at least $51,000. Meanwhile, 13% said they control A.I. budgets of $251,000 to $500,000, an amount that reflects a modest commitment and likely small staff. Although the survey didn’t get into how that money is being spent, Figure Eight vice president of marketing Sid Mistry speculates that the budgets include capturing and labeling data, building and running machine-learning models, and then improving the models’ performance over time.
The survey also found that data scientists and machine-learning engineers are surprisingly unhappy. About 30% of data scientists said they were either unsatisfied or somewhat satisfied with their jobs.
This is despite the fact that data crunching is one of the most in-demand jobs. Annual salaries average around $120,000, which is well above the norm.
Mistry speculated that data scientists may be growing increasingly frustrated because of the greater number of business leaders parachuting into A.I. projects. Amid the growing hype over A.I., more companies are considering A.I. core to their survival and are giving once largely autonomous projects greater scrutiny.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 11
#crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution
Some companies are spending over $5 million on artificial-intelligence projects, showing just how serious businesses are getting about the cutting-edge technology.
The finding comes from a recent survey of over 300 companies by Figure Eight, a business that was recently acquired by data company Appen that helps customers label their data. The results provide a glimpse into how quickly companies are adopting A.I. and some of the related complications.
Over half the respondents said they oversee an annual A.I. budget of at least $51,000. Meanwhile, 13% said they control A.I. budgets of $251,000 to $500,000, an amount that reflects a modest commitment and likely small staff. Although the survey didn’t get into how that money is being spent, Figure Eight vice president of marketing Sid Mistry speculates that the budgets include capturing and labeling data, building and running machine-learning models, and then improving the models’ performance over time.
The survey also found that data scientists and machine-learning engineers are surprisingly unhappy. About 30% of data scientists said they were either unsatisfied or somewhat satisfied with their jobs.
This is despite the fact that data crunching is one of the most in-demand jobs. Annual salaries average around $120,000, which is well above the norm.
Mistry speculated that data scientists may be growing increasingly frustrated because of the greater number of business leaders parachuting into A.I. projects. Amid the growing hype over A.I., more companies are considering A.I. core to their survival and are giving once largely autonomous projects greater scrutiny.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 12
#crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution
Some companies are spending over $5 million on artificial-intelligence projects, showing just how serious businesses are getting about the cutting-edge technology.
The finding comes from a recent survey of over 300 companies by Figure Eight, a business that was recently acquired by data company Appen that helps customers label their data. The results provide a glimpse into how quickly companies are adopting A.I. and some of the related complications.
Over half the respondents said they oversee an annual A.I. budget of at least $51,000. Meanwhile, 13% said they control A.I. budgets of $251,000 to $500,000, an amount that reflects a modest commitment and likely small staff. Although the survey didn’t get into how that money is being spent, Figure Eight vice president of marketing Sid Mistry speculates that the budgets include capturing and labeling data, building and running machine-learning models, and then improving the models’ performance over time.
The survey also found that data scientists and machine-learning engineers are surprisingly unhappy. About 30% of data scientists said they were either unsatisfied or somewhat satisfied with their jobs.
This is despite the fact that data crunching is one of the most in-demand jobs. Annual salaries average around $120,000, which is well above the norm.
Mistry speculated that data scientists may be growing increasingly frustrated because of the greater number of business leaders parachuting into A.I. projects. Amid the growing hype over A.I., more companies are considering A.I. core to their survival and are giving once largely autonomous projects greater scrutiny.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 12
#crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution
Some companies are spending over $5 million on artificial-intelligence projects, showing just how serious businesses are getting about the cutting-edge technology.
The finding comes from a recent survey of over 300 companies by Figure Eight, a business that was recently acquired by data company Appen that helps customers label their data. The results provide a glimpse into how quickly companies are adopting A.I. and some of the related complications.
Over half the respondents said they oversee an annual A.I. budget of at least $51,000. Meanwhile, 13% said they control A.I. budgets of $251,000 to $500,000, an amount that reflects a modest commitment and likely small staff. Although the survey didn’t get into how that money is being spent, Figure Eight vice president of marketing Sid Mistry speculates that the budgets include capturing and labeling data, building and running machine-learning models, and then improving the models’ performance over time.
The survey also found that data scientists and machine-learning engineers are surprisingly unhappy. About 30% of data scientists said they were either unsatisfied or somewhat satisfied with their jobs.
This is despite the fact that data crunching is one of the most in-demand jobs. Annual salaries average around $120,000, which is well above the norm.
Mistry speculated that data scientists may be growing increasingly frustrated because of the greater number of business leaders parachuting into A.I. projects. Amid the growing hype over A.I., more companies are considering A.I. core to their survival and are giving once largely autonomous projects greater scrutiny.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 7
#crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution
Some companies are spending over $5 million on artificial-intelligence projects, showing just how serious businesses are getting about the cutting-edge technology.
The finding comes from a recent survey of over 300 companies by Figure Eight, a business that was recently acquired by data company Appen that helps customers label their data. The results provide a glimpse into how quickly companies are adopting A.I. and some of the related complications.
Over half the respondents said they oversee an annual A.I. budget of at least $51,000. Meanwhile, 13% said they control A.I. budgets of $251,000 to $500,000, an amount that reflects a modest commitment and likely small staff. Although the survey didn’t get into how that money is being spent, Figure Eight vice president of marketing Sid Mistry speculates that the budgets include capturing and labeling data, building and running machine-learning models, and then improving the models’ performance over time.
The survey also found that data scientists and machine-learning engineers are surprisingly unhappy. About 30% of data scientists said they were either unsatisfied or somewhat satisfied with their jobs.
This is despite the fact that data crunching is one of the most in-demand jobs. Annual salaries average around $120,000, which is well above the norm.
Mistry speculated that data scientists may be growing increasingly frustrated because of the greater number of business leaders parachuting into A.I. projects. Amid the growing hype over A.I., more companies are considering A.I. core to their survival and are giving once largely autonomous projects greater scrutiny.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 7
#crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution
Some companies are spending over $5 million on artificial-intelligence projects, showing just how serious businesses are getting about the cutting-edge technology.
The finding comes from a recent survey of over 300 companies by Figure Eight, a business that was recently acquired by data company Appen that helps customers label their data. The results provide a glimpse into how quickly companies are adopting A.I. and some of the related complications.
Over half the respondents said they oversee an annual A.I. budget of at least $51,000. Meanwhile, 13% said they control A.I. budgets of $251,000 to $500,000, an amount that reflects a modest commitment and likely small staff. Although the survey didn’t get into how that money is being spent, Figure Eight vice president of marketing Sid Mistry speculates that the budgets include capturing and labeling data, building and running machine-learning models, and then improving the models’ performance over time.
The survey also found that data scientists and machine-learning engineers are surprisingly unhappy. About 30% of data scientists said they were either unsatisfied or somewhat satisfied with their jobs.
This is despite the fact that data crunching is one of the most in-demand jobs. Annual salaries average around $120,000, which is well above the norm.
Mistry speculated that data scientists may be growing increasingly frustrated because of the greater number of business leaders parachuting into A.I. projects. Amid the growing hype over A.I., more companies are considering A.I. core to their survival and are giving once largely autonomous projects greater scrutiny.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 8
#crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution
Some companies are spending over $5 million on artificial-intelligence projects, showing just how serious businesses are getting about the cutting-edge technology.
The finding comes from a recent survey of over 300 companies by Figure Eight, a business that was recently acquired by data company Appen that helps customers label their data. The results provide a glimpse into how quickly companies are adopting A.I. and some of the related complications.
Over half the respondents said they oversee an annual A.I. budget of at least $51,000. Meanwhile, 13% said they control A.I. budgets of $251,000 to $500,000, an amount that reflects a modest commitment and likely small staff. Although the survey didn’t get into how that money is being spent, Figure Eight vice president of marketing Sid Mistry speculates that the budgets include capturing and labeling data, building and running machine-learning models, and then improving the models’ performance over time.
The survey also found that data scientists and machine-learning engineers are surprisingly unhappy. About 30% of data scientists said they were either unsatisfied or somewhat satisfied with their jobs.
This is despite the fact that data crunching is one of the most in-demand jobs. Annual salaries average around $120,000, which is well above the norm.
Mistry speculated that data scientists may be growing increasingly frustrated because of the greater number of business leaders parachuting into A.I. projects. Amid the growing hype over A.I., more companies are considering A.I. core to their survival and are giving once largely autonomous projects greater scrutiny.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 8
#crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution
Some companies are spending over $5 million on artificial-intelligence projects, showing just how serious businesses are getting about the cutting-edge technology.
The finding comes from a recent survey of over 300 companies by Figure Eight, a business that was recently acquired by data company Appen that helps customers label their data. The results provide a glimpse into how quickly companies are adopting A.I. and some of the related complications.
Over half the respondents said they oversee an annual A.I. budget of at least $51,000. Meanwhile, 13% said they control A.I. budgets of $251,000 to $500,000, an amount that reflects a modest commitment and likely small staff. Although the survey didn’t get into how that money is being spent, Figure Eight vice president of marketing Sid Mistry speculates that the budgets include capturing and labeling data, building and running machine-learning models, and then improving the models’ performance over time.
The survey also found that data scientists and machine-learning engineers are surprisingly unhappy. About 30% of data scientists said they were either unsatisfied or somewhat satisfied with their jobs.
This is despite the fact that data crunching is one of the most in-demand jobs. Annual salaries average around $120,000, which is well above the norm.
Mistry speculated that data scientists may be growing increasingly frustrated because of the greater number of business leaders parachuting into A.I. projects. Amid the growing hype over A.I., more companies are considering A.I. core to their survival and are giving once largely autonomous projects greater scrutiny.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 9
#crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution
Some companies are spending over $5 million on artificial-intelligence projects, showing just how serious businesses are getting about the cutting-edge technology.
The finding comes from a recent survey of over 300 companies by Figure Eight, a business that was recently acquired by data company Appen that helps customers label their data. The results provide a glimpse into how quickly companies are adopting A.I. and some of the related complications.
Over half the respondents said they oversee an annual A.I. budget of at least $51,000. Meanwhile, 13% said they control A.I. budgets of $251,000 to $500,000, an amount that reflects a modest commitment and likely small staff. Although the survey didn’t get into how that money is being spent, Figure Eight vice president of marketing Sid Mistry speculates that the budgets include capturing and labeling data, building and running machine-learning models, and then improving the models’ performance over time.
The survey also found that data scientists and machine-learning engineers are surprisingly unhappy. About 30% of data scientists said they were either unsatisfied or somewhat satisfied with their jobs.
This is despite the fact that data crunching is one of the most in-demand jobs. Annual salaries average around $120,000, which is well above the norm.
Mistry speculated that data scientists may be growing increasingly frustrated because of the greater number of business leaders parachuting into A.I. projects. Amid the growing hype over A.I., more companies are considering A.I. core to their survival and are giving once largely autonomous projects greater scrutiny.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 9
#crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution
Some companies are spending over $5 million on artificial-intelligence projects, showing just how serious businesses are getting about the cutting-edge technology.
The finding comes from a recent survey of over 300 companies by Figure Eight, a business that was recently acquired by data company Appen that helps customers label their data. The results provide a glimpse into how quickly companies are adopting A.I. and some of the related complications.
Over half the respondents said they oversee an annual A.I. budget of at least $51,000. Meanwhile, 13% said they control A.I. budgets of $251,000 to $500,000, an amount that reflects a modest commitment and likely small staff. Although the survey didn’t get into how that money is being spent, Figure Eight vice president of marketing Sid Mistry speculates that the budgets include capturing and labeling data, building and running machine-learning models, and then improving the models’ performance over time.
The survey also found that data scientists and machine-learning engineers are surprisingly unhappy. About 30% of data scientists said they were either unsatisfied or somewhat satisfied with their jobs.
This is despite the fact that data crunching is one of the most in-demand jobs. Annual salaries average around $120,000, which is well above the norm.
Mistry speculated that data scientists may be growing increasingly frustrated because of the greater number of business leaders parachuting into A.I. projects. Amid the growing hype over A.I., more companies are considering A.I. core to their survival and are giving once largely autonomous projects greater scrutiny.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 4
#crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution
Some companies are spending over $5 million on artificial-intelligence projects, showing just how serious businesses are getting about the cutting-edge technology.
The finding comes from a recent survey of over 300 companies by Figure Eight, a business that was recently acquired by data company Appen that helps customers label their data. The results provide a glimpse into how quickly companies are adopting A.I. and some of the related complications.
Over half the respondents said they oversee an annual A.I. budget of at least $51,000. Meanwhile, 13% said they control A.I. budgets of $251,000 to $500,000, an amount that reflects a modest commitment and likely small staff. Although the survey didn’t get into how that money is being spent, Figure Eight vice president of marketing Sid Mistry speculates that the budgets include capturing and labeling data, building and running machine-learning models, and then improving the models’ performance over time.
The survey also found that data scientists and machine-learning engineers are surprisingly unhappy. About 30% of data scientists said they were either unsatisfied or somewhat satisfied with their jobs.
This is despite the fact that data crunching is one of the most in-demand jobs. Annual salaries average around $120,000, which is well above the norm.
Mistry speculated that data scientists may be growing increasingly frustrated because of the greater number of business leaders parachuting into A.I. projects. Amid the growing hype over A.I., more companies are considering A.I. core to their survival and are giving once largely autonomous projects greater scrutiny.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 4
#crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution
Some companies are spending over $5 million on artificial-intelligence projects, showing just how serious businesses are getting about the cutting-edge technology.
The finding comes from a recent survey of over 300 companies by Figure Eight, a business that was recently acquired by data company Appen that helps customers label their data. The results provide a glimpse into how quickly companies are adopting A.I. and some of the related complications.
Over half the respondents said they oversee an annual A.I. budget of at least $51,000. Meanwhile, 13% said they control A.I. budgets of $251,000 to $500,000, an amount that reflects a modest commitment and likely small staff. Although the survey didn’t get into how that money is being spent, Figure Eight vice president of marketing Sid Mistry speculates that the budgets include capturing and labeling data, building and running machine-learning models, and then improving the models’ performance over time.
The survey also found that data scientists and machine-learning engineers are surprisingly unhappy. About 30% of data scientists said they were either unsatisfied or somewhat satisfied with their jobs.
This is despite the fact that data crunching is one of the most in-demand jobs. Annual salaries average around $120,000, which is well above the norm.
Mistry speculated that data scientists may be growing increasingly frustrated because of the greater number of business leaders parachuting into A.I. projects. Amid the growing hype over A.I., more companies are considering A.I. core to their survival and are giving once largely autonomous projects greater scrutiny.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 5
#crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution
Some companies are spending over $5 million on artificial-intelligence projects, showing just how serious businesses are getting about the cutting-edge technology.
The finding comes from a recent survey of over 300 companies by Figure Eight, a business that was recently acquired by data company Appen that helps customers label their data. The results provide a glimpse into how quickly companies are adopting A.I. and some of the related complications.
Over half the respondents said they oversee an annual A.I. budget of at least $51,000. Meanwhile, 13% said they control A.I. budgets of $251,000 to $500,000, an amount that reflects a modest commitment and likely small staff. Although the survey didn’t get into how that money is being spent, Figure Eight vice president of marketing Sid Mistry speculates that the budgets include capturing and labeling data, building and running machine-learning models, and then improving the models’ performance over time.
The survey also found that data scientists and machine-learning engineers are surprisingly unhappy. About 30% of data scientists said they were either unsatisfied or somewhat satisfied with their jobs.
This is despite the fact that data crunching is one of the most in-demand jobs. Annual salaries average around $120,000, which is well above the norm.
Mistry speculated that data scientists may be growing increasingly frustrated because of the greater number of business leaders parachuting into A.I. projects. Amid the growing hype over A.I., more companies are considering A.I. core to their survival and are giving once largely autonomous projects greater scrutiny.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 5
#crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution
Some companies are spending over $5 million on artificial-intelligence projects, showing just how serious businesses are getting about the cutting-edge technology.
The finding comes from a recent survey of over 300 companies by Figure Eight, a business that was recently acquired by data company Appen that helps customers label their data. The results provide a glimpse into how quickly companies are adopting A.I. and some of the related complications.
Over half the respondents said they oversee an annual A.I. budget of at least $51,000. Meanwhile, 13% said they control A.I. budgets of $251,000 to $500,000, an amount that reflects a modest commitment and likely small staff. Although the survey didn’t get into how that money is being spent, Figure Eight vice president of marketing Sid Mistry speculates that the budgets include capturing and labeling data, building and running machine-learning models, and then improving the models’ performance over time.
The survey also found that data scientists and machine-learning engineers are surprisingly unhappy. About 30% of data scientists said they were either unsatisfied or somewhat satisfied with their jobs.
This is despite the fact that data crunching is one of the most in-demand jobs. Annual salaries average around $120,000, which is well above the norm.
Mistry speculated that data scientists may be growing increasingly frustrated because of the greater number of business leaders parachuting into A.I. projects. Amid the growing hype over A.I., more companies are considering A.I. core to their survival and are giving once largely autonomous projects greater scrutiny.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 6
#crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution
Some companies are spending over $5 million on artificial-intelligence projects, showing just how serious businesses are getting about the cutting-edge technology.
The finding comes from a recent survey of over 300 companies by Figure Eight, a business that was recently acquired by data company Appen that helps customers label their data. The results provide a glimpse into how quickly companies are adopting A.I. and some of the related complications.
Over half the respondents said they oversee an annual A.I. budget of at least $51,000. Meanwhile, 13% said they control A.I. budgets of $251,000 to $500,000, an amount that reflects a modest commitment and likely small staff. Although the survey didn’t get into how that money is being spent, Figure Eight vice president of marketing Sid Mistry speculates that the budgets include capturing and labeling data, building and running machine-learning models, and then improving the models’ performance over time.
The survey also found that data scientists and machine-learning engineers are surprisingly unhappy. About 30% of data scientists said they were either unsatisfied or somewhat satisfied with their jobs.
This is despite the fact that data crunching is one of the most in-demand jobs. Annual salaries average around $120,000, which is well above the norm.
Mistry speculated that data scientists may be growing increasingly frustrated because of the greater number of business leaders parachuting into A.I. projects. Amid the growing hype over A.I., more companies are considering A.I. core to their survival and are giving once largely autonomous projects greater scrutiny.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 6
#crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution
Some companies are spending over $5 million on artificial-intelligence projects, showing just how serious businesses are getting about the cutting-edge technology.
The finding comes from a recent survey of over 300 companies by Figure Eight, a business that was recently acquired by data company Appen that helps customers label their data. The results provide a glimpse into how quickly companies are adopting A.I. and some of the related complications.
Over half the respondents said they oversee an annual A.I. budget of at least $51,000. Meanwhile, 13% said they control A.I. budgets of $251,000 to $500,000, an amount that reflects a modest commitment and likely small staff. Although the survey didn’t get into how that money is being spent, Figure Eight vice president of marketing Sid Mistry speculates that the budgets include capturing and labeling data, building and running machine-learning models, and then improving the models’ performance over time.
The survey also found that data scientists and machine-learning engineers are surprisingly unhappy. About 30% of data scientists said they were either unsatisfied or somewhat satisfied with their jobs.
This is despite the fact that data crunching is one of the most in-demand jobs. Annual salaries average around $120,000, which is well above the norm.
Mistry speculated that data scientists may be growing increasingly frustrated because of the greater number of business leaders parachuting into A.I. projects. Amid the growing hype over A.I., more companies are considering A.I. core to their survival and are giving once largely autonomous projects greater scrutiny.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 1
#crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution
Some companies are spending over $5 million on artificial-intelligence projects, showing just how serious businesses are getting about the cutting-edge technology.
The finding comes from a recent survey of over 300 companies by Figure Eight, a business that was recently acquired by data company Appen that helps customers label their data. The results provide a glimpse into how quickly companies are adopting A.I. and some of the related complications.
Over half the respondents said they oversee an annual A.I. budget of at least $51,000. Meanwhile, 13% said they control A.I. budgets of $251,000 to $500,000, an amount that reflects a modest commitment and likely small staff. Although the survey didn’t get into how that money is being spent, Figure Eight vice president of marketing Sid Mistry speculates that the budgets include capturing and labeling data, building and running machine-learning models, and then improving the models’ performance over time.
The survey also found that data scientists and machine-learning engineers are surprisingly unhappy. About 30% of data scientists said they were either unsatisfied or somewhat satisfied with their jobs.
This is despite the fact that data crunching is one of the most in-demand jobs. Annual salaries average around $120,000, which is well above the norm.
Mistry speculated that data scientists may be growing increasingly frustrated because of the greater number of business leaders parachuting into A.I. projects. Amid the growing hype over A.I., more companies are considering A.I. core to their survival and are giving once largely autonomous projects greater scrutiny.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 1
#crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution
Some companies are spending over $5 million on artificial-intelligence projects, showing just how serious businesses are getting about the cutting-edge technology.
The finding comes from a recent survey of over 300 companies by Figure Eight, a business that was recently acquired by data company Appen that helps customers label their data. The results provide a glimpse into how quickly companies are adopting A.I. and some of the related complications.
Over half the respondents said they oversee an annual A.I. budget of at least $51,000. Meanwhile, 13% said they control A.I. budgets of $251,000 to $500,000, an amount that reflects a modest commitment and likely small staff. Although the survey didn’t get into how that money is being spent, Figure Eight vice president of marketing Sid Mistry speculates that the budgets include capturing and labeling data, building and running machine-learning models, and then improving the models’ performance over time.
The survey also found that data scientists and machine-learning engineers are surprisingly unhappy. About 30% of data scientists said they were either unsatisfied or somewhat satisfied with their jobs.
This is despite the fact that data crunching is one of the most in-demand jobs. Annual salaries average around $120,000, which is well above the norm.
Mistry speculated that data scientists may be growing increasingly frustrated because of the greater number of business leaders parachuting into A.I. projects. Amid the growing hype over A.I., more companies are considering A.I. core to their survival and are giving once largely autonomous projects greater scrutiny.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 2
#crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution
Some companies are spending over $5 million on artificial-intelligence projects, showing just how serious businesses are getting about the cutting-edge technology.
The finding comes from a recent survey of over 300 companies by Figure Eight, a business that was recently acquired by data company Appen that helps customers label their data. The results provide a glimpse into how quickly companies are adopting A.I. and some of the related complications.
Over half the respondents said they oversee an annual A.I. budget of at least $51,000. Meanwhile, 13% said they control A.I. budgets of $251,000 to $500,000, an amount that reflects a modest commitment and likely small staff. Although the survey didn’t get into how that money is being spent, Figure Eight vice president of marketing Sid Mistry speculates that the budgets include capturing and labeling data, building and running machine-learning models, and then improving the models’ performance over time.
The survey also found that data scientists and machine-learning engineers are surprisingly unhappy. About 30% of data scientists said they were either unsatisfied or somewhat satisfied with their jobs.
This is despite the fact that data crunching is one of the most in-demand jobs. Annual salaries average around $120,000, which is well above the norm.
Mistry speculated that data scientists may be growing increasingly frustrated because of the greater number of business leaders parachuting into A.I. projects. Amid the growing hype over A.I., more companies are considering A.I. core to their survival and are giving once largely autonomous projects greater scrutiny.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 2
#crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution
Some companies are spending over $5 million on artificial-intelligence projects, showing just how serious businesses are getting about the cutting-edge technology.
The finding comes from a recent survey of over 300 companies by Figure Eight, a business that was recently acquired by data company Appen that helps customers label their data. The results provide a glimpse into how quickly companies are adopting A.I. and some of the related complications.
Over half the respondents said they oversee an annual A.I. budget of at least $51,000. Meanwhile, 13% said they control A.I. budgets of $251,000 to $500,000, an amount that reflects a modest commitment and likely small staff. Although the survey didn’t get into how that money is being spent, Figure Eight vice president of marketing Sid Mistry speculates that the budgets include capturing and labeling data, building and running machine-learning models, and then improving the models’ performance over time.
The survey also found that data scientists and machine-learning engineers are surprisingly unhappy. About 30% of data scientists said they were either unsatisfied or somewhat satisfied with their jobs.
This is despite the fact that data crunching is one of the most in-demand jobs. Annual salaries average around $120,000, which is well above the norm.
Mistry speculated that data scientists may be growing increasingly frustrated because of the greater number of business leaders parachuting into A.I. projects. Amid the growing hype over A.I., more companies are considering A.I. core to their survival and are giving once largely autonomous projects greater scrutiny.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 3
#crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution
Some companies are spending over $5 million on artificial-intelligence projects, showing just how serious businesses are getting about the cutting-edge technology.
The finding comes from a recent survey of over 300 companies by Figure Eight, a business that was recently acquired by data company Appen that helps customers label their data. The results provide a glimpse into how quickly companies are adopting A.I. and some of the related complications.
Over half the respondents said they oversee an annual A.I. budget of at least $51,000. Meanwhile, 13% said they control A.I. budgets of $251,000 to $500,000, an amount that reflects a modest commitment and likely small staff. Although the survey didn’t get into how that money is being spent, Figure Eight vice president of marketing Sid Mistry speculates that the budgets include capturing and labeling data, building and running machine-learning models, and then improving the models’ performance over time.
The survey also found that data scientists and machine-learning engineers are surprisingly unhappy. About 30% of data scientists said they were either unsatisfied or somewhat satisfied with their jobs.
This is despite the fact that data crunching is one of the most in-demand jobs. Annual salaries average around $120,000, which is well above the norm.
Mistry speculated that data scientists may be growing increasingly frustrated because of the greater number of business leaders parachuting into A.I. projects. Amid the growing hype over A.I., more companies are considering A.I. core to their survival and are giving once largely autonomous projects greater scrutiny.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 3
#crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution
Очеловечивать абсолютно не человеческое теперь не чуждо. 
Есть Boston Dynamics, роботы которых выглядят просто ужасающе. 🤖
Но есть и роботы-roomba, которых даже за роботов-то и не держат. Но теперь у ребят появился голос. И голос этот только и делает, что ругается! Каждый раз, когда Roomba сталкивается с препятствиями на своем пути — она орёт, ноет и шлет проклятия создателю. 😤
Считается, что с помощью таких вот простых звуков и эмоций человеку будет комфортнее находиться рядом с таким созданием. 
BTW, выглядит довольно смешно!😏
~
#ROOM485
#trends
#brands
#roomba
#voice
#humans
#robots
#ai
#pie
#румба
#robots
#boston
#dynamics
#тренды
#роботы
#трансформация
#развитие
#humanitize
Очеловечивать абсолютно не человеческое теперь не чуждо.
Есть Boston Dynamics, роботы которых выглядят просто ужасающе. 🤖
Но есть и роботы-roomba, которых даже за роботов-то и не держат. Но теперь у ребят появился голос. И голос этот только и делает, что ругается! Каждый раз, когда Roomba сталкивается с препятствиями на своем пути — она орёт, ноет и шлет проклятия создателю. 😤
Считается, что с помощью таких вот простых звуков и эмоций человеку будет комфортнее находиться рядом с таким созданием.
BTW, выглядит довольно смешно!😏
~
#ROOM485
#trends
#brands
#roomba
#voice
#humans
#robots
#ai
#pie
#румба
#robots
#boston
#dynamics
#тренды
#роботы
#трансформация
#развитие
#humanitize
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https://twitter.com/takky5940410/status/1141299406827745281?s=21
#macross #macrossdyrl #マクロス #マクロスdyrl #MacrossTweet #Macrossfancentral #robots #giantrobots #transformers #gundam #mech #mecha #modelkits #Japan #Japanesetoys #battroid #gerwalk #fighter #jetfighter #Minmay #toys #lego #anime #cosplay
Facebook’s plans to launch its own cryptocurrency could change the game for Bitcoin, ETH, XRP, Litecoin, and other coins, in a positive and a negative way.
On the positive side, Facebook’s movement could change investor sentiment, as is already evident by the upward movement in cryptocurrency prices.
“Growing chatter that Facebook is getting closer to launch its own cryptocurrency has helped lift sentiment in the crypto space and has largely been credited as the catalyst for the latest rally,” says Jesse Cohen, U.S. markets editor at global financial platform Investing.com. “Whenever a company as large as Facebook gets involved it helps give a larger degree of legitimacy and mainstream acceptance to an industry still plagued by speculation of illegal activity and regulatory scrutiny.”How high could Bitcoin climb? “From a technical perspective, prices look set to test the $12,000-level in the weeks ahead as positive momentum builds and the fear of missing out kicks in,” says Cohen. Amoils adopts a more bullish outlook. “Some think it can go to 50,000. Since it has more than doubled since April and is now at 9000 they could be right. Hard to speculate,” says Amoils.
On the negative side, Facebook’s movement could place big governments on alert.
Bitcoin and other major digital currencies are “people’s currencies.” They have the potential to become new decentralized currencies, free of the control of big governments. That’s why big governments cannot tolerate digital currencies that threatens to break their monopoly on printing money, and to manipulate the economy to accommodate the interests of powerful elites.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 7
#crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution
Facebook’s plans to launch its own cryptocurrency could change the game for Bitcoin, ETH, XRP, Litecoin, and other coins, in a positive and a negative way.
On the positive side, Facebook’s movement could change investor sentiment, as is already evident by the upward movement in cryptocurrency prices.
“Growing chatter that Facebook is getting closer to launch its own cryptocurrency has helped lift sentiment in the crypto space and has largely been credited as the catalyst for the latest rally,” says Jesse Cohen, U.S. markets editor at global financial platform Investing.com. “Whenever a company as large as Facebook gets involved it helps give a larger degree of legitimacy and mainstream acceptance to an industry still plagued by speculation of illegal activity and regulatory scrutiny.”How high could Bitcoin climb? “From a technical perspective, prices look set to test the $12,000-level in the weeks ahead as positive momentum builds and the fear of missing out kicks in,” says Cohen. Amoils adopts a more bullish outlook. “Some think it can go to 50,000. Since it has more than doubled since April and is now at 9000 they could be right. Hard to speculate,” says Amoils.
On the negative side, Facebook’s movement could place big governments on alert.
Bitcoin and other major digital currencies are “people’s currencies.” They have the potential to become new decentralized currencies, free of the control of big governments. That’s why big governments cannot tolerate digital currencies that threatens to break their monopoly on printing money, and to manipulate the economy to accommodate the interests of powerful elites.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 7
#crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution
Facebook’s plans to launch its own cryptocurrency could change the game for Bitcoin, ETH, XRP, Litecoin, and other coins, in a positive and a negative way.
On the positive side, Facebook’s movement could change investor sentiment, as is already evident by the upward movement in cryptocurrency prices.
“Growing chatter that Facebook is getting closer to launch its own cryptocurrency has helped lift sentiment in the crypto space and has largely been credited as the catalyst for the latest rally,” says Jesse Cohen, U.S. markets editor at global financial platform Investing.com. “Whenever a company as large as Facebook gets involved it helps give a larger degree of legitimacy and mainstream acceptance to an industry still plagued by speculation of illegal activity and regulatory scrutiny.”How high could Bitcoin climb? “From a technical perspective, prices look set to test the $12,000-level in the weeks ahead as positive momentum builds and the fear of missing out kicks in,” says Cohen. Amoils adopts a more bullish outlook. “Some think it can go to 50,000. Since it has more than doubled since April and is now at 9000 they could be right. Hard to speculate,” says Amoils.
On the negative side, Facebook’s movement could place big governments on alert.
Bitcoin and other major digital currencies are “people’s currencies.” They have the potential to become new decentralized currencies, free of the control of big governments. That’s why big governments cannot tolerate digital currencies that threatens to break their monopoly on printing money, and to manipulate the economy to accommodate the interests of powerful elites.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 8
#crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution
Facebook’s plans to launch its own cryptocurrency could change the game for Bitcoin, ETH, XRP, Litecoin, and other coins, in a positive and a negative way.
On the positive side, Facebook’s movement could change investor sentiment, as is already evident by the upward movement in cryptocurrency prices.
“Growing chatter that Facebook is getting closer to launch its own cryptocurrency has helped lift sentiment in the crypto space and has largely been credited as the catalyst for the latest rally,” says Jesse Cohen, U.S. markets editor at global financial platform Investing.com. “Whenever a company as large as Facebook gets involved it helps give a larger degree of legitimacy and mainstream acceptance to an industry still plagued by speculation of illegal activity and regulatory scrutiny.”How high could Bitcoin climb? “From a technical perspective, prices look set to test the $12,000-level in the weeks ahead as positive momentum builds and the fear of missing out kicks in,” says Cohen. Amoils adopts a more bullish outlook. “Some think it can go to 50,000. Since it has more than doubled since April and is now at 9000 they could be right. Hard to speculate,” says Amoils.
On the negative side, Facebook’s movement could place big governments on alert.
Bitcoin and other major digital currencies are “people’s currencies.” They have the potential to become new decentralized currencies, free of the control of big governments. That’s why big governments cannot tolerate digital currencies that threatens to break their monopoly on printing money, and to manipulate the economy to accommodate the interests of powerful elites.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 8
#crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution
Facebook’s plans to launch its own cryptocurrency could change the game for Bitcoin, ETH, XRP, Litecoin, and other coins, in a positive and a negative way.
On the positive side, Facebook’s movement could change investor sentiment, as is already evident by the upward movement in cryptocurrency prices.
“Growing chatter that Facebook is getting closer to launch its own cryptocurrency has helped lift sentiment in the crypto space and has largely been credited as the catalyst for the latest rally,” says Jesse Cohen, U.S. markets editor at global financial platform Investing.com. “Whenever a company as large as Facebook gets involved it helps give a larger degree of legitimacy and mainstream acceptance to an industry still plagued by speculation of illegal activity and regulatory scrutiny.”How high could Bitcoin climb? “From a technical perspective, prices look set to test the $12,000-level in the weeks ahead as positive momentum builds and the fear of missing out kicks in,” says Cohen. Amoils adopts a more bullish outlook. “Some think it can go to 50,000. Since it has more than doubled since April and is now at 9000 they could be right. Hard to speculate,” says Amoils.
On the negative side, Facebook’s movement could place big governments on alert.
Bitcoin and other major digital currencies are “people’s currencies.” They have the potential to become new decentralized currencies, free of the control of big governments. That’s why big governments cannot tolerate digital currencies that threatens to break their monopoly on printing money, and to manipulate the economy to accommodate the interests of powerful elites.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 9
#crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution
Facebook’s plans to launch its own cryptocurrency could change the game for Bitcoin, ETH, XRP, Litecoin, and other coins, in a positive and a negative way.
On the positive side, Facebook’s movement could change investor sentiment, as is already evident by the upward movement in cryptocurrency prices.
“Growing chatter that Facebook is getting closer to launch its own cryptocurrency has helped lift sentiment in the crypto space and has largely been credited as the catalyst for the latest rally,” says Jesse Cohen, U.S. markets editor at global financial platform Investing.com. “Whenever a company as large as Facebook gets involved it helps give a larger degree of legitimacy and mainstream acceptance to an industry still plagued by speculation of illegal activity and regulatory scrutiny.”How high could Bitcoin climb? “From a technical perspective, prices look set to test the $12,000-level in the weeks ahead as positive momentum builds and the fear of missing out kicks in,” says Cohen. Amoils adopts a more bullish outlook. “Some think it can go to 50,000. Since it has more than doubled since April and is now at 9000 they could be right. Hard to speculate,” says Amoils.
On the negative side, Facebook’s movement could place big governments on alert.
Bitcoin and other major digital currencies are “people’s currencies.” They have the potential to become new decentralized currencies, free of the control of big governments. That’s why big governments cannot tolerate digital currencies that threatens to break their monopoly on printing money, and to manipulate the economy to accommodate the interests of powerful elites.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 9
#crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution
Facebook’s plans to launch its own cryptocurrency could change the game for Bitcoin, ETH, XRP, Litecoin, and other coins, in a positive and a negative way.
On the positive side, Facebook’s movement could change investor sentiment, as is already evident by the upward movement in cryptocurrency prices.
“Growing chatter that Facebook is getting closer to launch its own cryptocurrency has helped lift sentiment in the crypto space and has largely been credited as the catalyst for the latest rally,” says Jesse Cohen, U.S. markets editor at global financial platform Investing.com. “Whenever a company as large as Facebook gets involved it helps give a larger degree of legitimacy and mainstream acceptance to an industry still plagued by speculation of illegal activity and regulatory scrutiny.”How high could Bitcoin climb? “From a technical perspective, prices look set to test the $12,000-level in the weeks ahead as positive momentum builds and the fear of missing out kicks in,” says Cohen. Amoils adopts a more bullish outlook. “Some think it can go to 50,000. Since it has more than doubled since April and is now at 9000 they could be right. Hard to speculate,” says Amoils.
On the negative side, Facebook’s movement could place big governments on alert.
Bitcoin and other major digital currencies are “people’s currencies.” They have the potential to become new decentralized currencies, free of the control of big governments. That’s why big governments cannot tolerate digital currencies that threatens to break their monopoly on printing money, and to manipulate the economy to accommodate the interests of powerful elites.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 4
#crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution
Facebook’s plans to launch its own cryptocurrency could change the game for Bitcoin, ETH, XRP, Litecoin, and other coins, in a positive and a negative way.
On the positive side, Facebook’s movement could change investor sentiment, as is already evident by the upward movement in cryptocurrency prices.
“Growing chatter that Facebook is getting closer to launch its own cryptocurrency has helped lift sentiment in the crypto space and has largely been credited as the catalyst for the latest rally,” says Jesse Cohen, U.S. markets editor at global financial platform Investing.com. “Whenever a company as large as Facebook gets involved it helps give a larger degree of legitimacy and mainstream acceptance to an industry still plagued by speculation of illegal activity and regulatory scrutiny.”How high could Bitcoin climb? “From a technical perspective, prices look set to test the $12,000-level in the weeks ahead as positive momentum builds and the fear of missing out kicks in,” says Cohen. Amoils adopts a more bullish outlook. “Some think it can go to 50,000. Since it has more than doubled since April and is now at 9000 they could be right. Hard to speculate,” says Amoils.
On the negative side, Facebook’s movement could place big governments on alert.
Bitcoin and other major digital currencies are “people’s currencies.” They have the potential to become new decentralized currencies, free of the control of big governments. That’s why big governments cannot tolerate digital currencies that threatens to break their monopoly on printing money, and to manipulate the economy to accommodate the interests of powerful elites.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 4
#crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution
Facebook’s plans to launch its own cryptocurrency could change the game for Bitcoin, ETH, XRP, Litecoin, and other coins, in a positive and a negative way.
On the positive side, Facebook’s movement could change investor sentiment, as is already evident by the upward movement in cryptocurrency prices.
“Growing chatter that Facebook is getting closer to launch its own cryptocurrency has helped lift sentiment in the crypto space and has largely been credited as the catalyst for the latest rally,” says Jesse Cohen, U.S. markets editor at global financial platform Investing.com. “Whenever a company as large as Facebook gets involved it helps give a larger degree of legitimacy and mainstream acceptance to an industry still plagued by speculation of illegal activity and regulatory scrutiny.”How high could Bitcoin climb? “From a technical perspective, prices look set to test the $12,000-level in the weeks ahead as positive momentum builds and the fear of missing out kicks in,” says Cohen. Amoils adopts a more bullish outlook. “Some think it can go to 50,000. Since it has more than doubled since April and is now at 9000 they could be right. Hard to speculate,” says Amoils.
On the negative side, Facebook’s movement could place big governments on alert.
Bitcoin and other major digital currencies are “people’s currencies.” They have the potential to become new decentralized currencies, free of the control of big governments. That’s why big governments cannot tolerate digital currencies that threatens to break their monopoly on printing money, and to manipulate the economy to accommodate the interests of powerful elites.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 5
#crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution
Facebook’s plans to launch its own cryptocurrency could change the game for Bitcoin, ETH, XRP, Litecoin, and other coins, in a positive and a negative way.
On the positive side, Facebook’s movement could change investor sentiment, as is already evident by the upward movement in cryptocurrency prices.
“Growing chatter that Facebook is getting closer to launch its own cryptocurrency has helped lift sentiment in the crypto space and has largely been credited as the catalyst for the latest rally,” says Jesse Cohen, U.S. markets editor at global financial platform Investing.com. “Whenever a company as large as Facebook gets involved it helps give a larger degree of legitimacy and mainstream acceptance to an industry still plagued by speculation of illegal activity and regulatory scrutiny.”How high could Bitcoin climb? “From a technical perspective, prices look set to test the $12,000-level in the weeks ahead as positive momentum builds and the fear of missing out kicks in,” says Cohen. Amoils adopts a more bullish outlook. “Some think it can go to 50,000. Since it has more than doubled since April and is now at 9000 they could be right. Hard to speculate,” says Amoils.
On the negative side, Facebook’s movement could place big governments on alert.
Bitcoin and other major digital currencies are “people’s currencies.” They have the potential to become new decentralized currencies, free of the control of big governments. That’s why big governments cannot tolerate digital currencies that threatens to break their monopoly on printing money, and to manipulate the economy to accommodate the interests of powerful elites.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 5
#crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution
Facebook’s plans to launch its own cryptocurrency could change the game for Bitcoin, ETH, XRP, Litecoin, and other coins, in a positive and a negative way.
On the positive side, Facebook’s movement could change investor sentiment, as is already evident by the upward movement in cryptocurrency prices.
“Growing chatter that Facebook is getting closer to launch its own cryptocurrency has helped lift sentiment in the crypto space and has largely been credited as the catalyst for the latest rally,” says Jesse Cohen, U.S. markets editor at global financial platform Investing.com. “Whenever a company as large as Facebook gets involved it helps give a larger degree of legitimacy and mainstream acceptance to an industry still plagued by speculation of illegal activity and regulatory scrutiny.”How high could Bitcoin climb? “From a technical perspective, prices look set to test the $12,000-level in the weeks ahead as positive momentum builds and the fear of missing out kicks in,” says Cohen. Amoils adopts a more bullish outlook. “Some think it can go to 50,000. Since it has more than doubled since April and is now at 9000 they could be right. Hard to speculate,” says Amoils.
On the negative side, Facebook’s movement could place big governments on alert.
Bitcoin and other major digital currencies are “people’s currencies.” They have the potential to become new decentralized currencies, free of the control of big governments. That’s why big governments cannot tolerate digital currencies that threatens to break their monopoly on printing money, and to manipulate the economy to accommodate the interests of powerful elites.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 6
#crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution
Facebook’s plans to launch its own cryptocurrency could change the game for Bitcoin, ETH, XRP, Litecoin, and other coins, in a positive and a negative way.
On the positive side, Facebook’s movement could change investor sentiment, as is already evident by the upward movement in cryptocurrency prices.
“Growing chatter that Facebook is getting closer to launch its own cryptocurrency has helped lift sentiment in the crypto space and has largely been credited as the catalyst for the latest rally,” says Jesse Cohen, U.S. markets editor at global financial platform Investing.com. “Whenever a company as large as Facebook gets involved it helps give a larger degree of legitimacy and mainstream acceptance to an industry still plagued by speculation of illegal activity and regulatory scrutiny.”How high could Bitcoin climb? “From a technical perspective, prices look set to test the $12,000-level in the weeks ahead as positive momentum builds and the fear of missing out kicks in,” says Cohen. Amoils adopts a more bullish outlook. “Some think it can go to 50,000. Since it has more than doubled since April and is now at 9000 they could be right. Hard to speculate,” says Amoils.
On the negative side, Facebook’s movement could place big governments on alert.
Bitcoin and other major digital currencies are “people’s currencies.” They have the potential to become new decentralized currencies, free of the control of big governments. That’s why big governments cannot tolerate digital currencies that threatens to break their monopoly on printing money, and to manipulate the economy to accommodate the interests of powerful elites.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 6
#crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution
Facebook’s plans to launch its own cryptocurrency could change the game for Bitcoin, ETH, XRP, Litecoin, and other coins, in a positive and a negative way.
On the positive side, Facebook’s movement could change investor sentiment, as is already evident by the upward movement in cryptocurrency prices.
“Growing chatter that Facebook is getting closer to launch its own cryptocurrency has helped lift sentiment in the crypto space and has largely been credited as the catalyst for the latest rally,” says Jesse Cohen, U.S. markets editor at global financial platform Investing.com. “Whenever a company as large as Facebook gets involved it helps give a larger degree of legitimacy and mainstream acceptance to an industry still plagued by speculation of illegal activity and regulatory scrutiny.”How high could Bitcoin climb? “From a technical perspective, prices look set to test the $12,000-level in the weeks ahead as positive momentum builds and the fear of missing out kicks in,” says Cohen. Amoils adopts a more bullish outlook. “Some think it can go to 50,000. Since it has more than doubled since April and is now at 9000 they could be right. Hard to speculate,” says Amoils.
On the negative side, Facebook’s movement could place big governments on alert.
Bitcoin and other major digital currencies are “people’s currencies.” They have the potential to become new decentralized currencies, free of the control of big governments. That’s why big governments cannot tolerate digital currencies that threatens to break their monopoly on printing money, and to manipulate the economy to accommodate the interests of powerful elites.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 1
#crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution
Facebook’s plans to launch its own cryptocurrency could change the game for Bitcoin, ETH, XRP, Litecoin, and other coins, in a positive and a negative way.
On the positive side, Facebook’s movement could change investor sentiment, as is already evident by the upward movement in cryptocurrency prices.
“Growing chatter that Facebook is getting closer to launch its own cryptocurrency has helped lift sentiment in the crypto space and has largely been credited as the catalyst for the latest rally,” says Jesse Cohen, U.S. markets editor at global financial platform Investing.com. “Whenever a company as large as Facebook gets involved it helps give a larger degree of legitimacy and mainstream acceptance to an industry still plagued by speculation of illegal activity and regulatory scrutiny.”How high could Bitcoin climb? “From a technical perspective, prices look set to test the $12,000-level in the weeks ahead as positive momentum builds and the fear of missing out kicks in,” says Cohen. Amoils adopts a more bullish outlook. “Some think it can go to 50,000. Since it has more than doubled since April and is now at 9000 they could be right. Hard to speculate,” says Amoils.
On the negative side, Facebook’s movement could place big governments on alert.
Bitcoin and other major digital currencies are “people’s currencies.” They have the potential to become new decentralized currencies, free of the control of big governments. That’s why big governments cannot tolerate digital currencies that threatens to break their monopoly on printing money, and to manipulate the economy to accommodate the interests of powerful elites.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 1
#crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution
Facebook’s plans to launch its own cryptocurrency could change the game for Bitcoin, ETH, XRP, Litecoin, and other coins, in a positive and a negative way.
On the positive side, Facebook’s movement could change investor sentiment, as is already evident by the upward movement in cryptocurrency prices.
“Growing chatter that Facebook is getting closer to launch its own cryptocurrency has helped lift sentiment in the crypto space and has largely been credited as the catalyst for the latest rally,” says Jesse Cohen, U.S. markets editor at global financial platform Investing.com. “Whenever a company as large as Facebook gets involved it helps give a larger degree of legitimacy and mainstream acceptance to an industry still plagued by speculation of illegal activity and regulatory scrutiny.”How high could Bitcoin climb? “From a technical perspective, prices look set to test the $12,000-level in the weeks ahead as positive momentum builds and the fear of missing out kicks in,” says Cohen. Amoils adopts a more bullish outlook. “Some think it can go to 50,000. Since it has more than doubled since April and is now at 9000 they could be right. Hard to speculate,” says Amoils.
On the negative side, Facebook’s movement could place big governments on alert.
Bitcoin and other major digital currencies are “people’s currencies.” They have the potential to become new decentralized currencies, free of the control of big governments. That’s why big governments cannot tolerate digital currencies that threatens to break their monopoly on printing money, and to manipulate the economy to accommodate the interests of powerful elites.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 2
#crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution
Facebook’s plans to launch its own cryptocurrency could change the game for Bitcoin, ETH, XRP, Litecoin, and other coins, in a positive and a negative way.
On the positive side, Facebook’s movement could change investor sentiment, as is already evident by the upward movement in cryptocurrency prices.
“Growing chatter that Facebook is getting closer to launch its own cryptocurrency has helped lift sentiment in the crypto space and has largely been credited as the catalyst for the latest rally,” says Jesse Cohen, U.S. markets editor at global financial platform Investing.com. “Whenever a company as large as Facebook gets involved it helps give a larger degree of legitimacy and mainstream acceptance to an industry still plagued by speculation of illegal activity and regulatory scrutiny.”How high could Bitcoin climb? “From a technical perspective, prices look set to test the $12,000-level in the weeks ahead as positive momentum builds and the fear of missing out kicks in,” says Cohen. Amoils adopts a more bullish outlook. “Some think it can go to 50,000. Since it has more than doubled since April and is now at 9000 they could be right. Hard to speculate,” says Amoils.
On the negative side, Facebook’s movement could place big governments on alert.
Bitcoin and other major digital currencies are “people’s currencies.” They have the potential to become new decentralized currencies, free of the control of big governments. That’s why big governments cannot tolerate digital currencies that threatens to break their monopoly on printing money, and to manipulate the economy to accommodate the interests of powerful elites.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 2
#crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution
Facebook’s plans to launch its own cryptocurrency could change the game for Bitcoin, ETH, XRP, Litecoin, and other coins, in a positive and a negative way.
On the positive side, Facebook’s movement could change investor sentiment, as is already evident by the upward movement in cryptocurrency prices.
“Growing chatter that Facebook is getting closer to launch its own cryptocurrency has helped lift sentiment in the crypto space and has largely been credited as the catalyst for the latest rally,” says Jesse Cohen, U.S. markets editor at global financial platform Investing.com. “Whenever a company as large as Facebook gets involved it helps give a larger degree of legitimacy and mainstream acceptance to an industry still plagued by speculation of illegal activity and regulatory scrutiny.”How high could Bitcoin climb? “From a technical perspective, prices look set to test the $12,000-level in the weeks ahead as positive momentum builds and the fear of missing out kicks in,” says Cohen. Amoils adopts a more bullish outlook. “Some think it can go to 50,000. Since it has more than doubled since April and is now at 9000 they could be right. Hard to speculate,” says Amoils.
On the negative side, Facebook’s movement could place big governments on alert.
Bitcoin and other major digital currencies are “people’s currencies.” They have the potential to become new decentralized currencies, free of the control of big governments. That’s why big governments cannot tolerate digital currencies that threatens to break their monopoly on printing money, and to manipulate the economy to accommodate the interests of powerful elites.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 3
#crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution
Facebook’s plans to launch its own cryptocurrency could change the game for Bitcoin, ETH, XRP, Litecoin, and other coins, in a positive and a negative way.
On the positive side, Facebook’s movement could change investor sentiment, as is already evident by the upward movement in cryptocurrency prices.
“Growing chatter that Facebook is getting closer to launch its own cryptocurrency has helped lift sentiment in the crypto space and has largely been credited as the catalyst for the latest rally,” says Jesse Cohen, U.S. markets editor at global financial platform Investing.com. “Whenever a company as large as Facebook gets involved it helps give a larger degree of legitimacy and mainstream acceptance to an industry still plagued by speculation of illegal activity and regulatory scrutiny.”How high could Bitcoin climb? “From a technical perspective, prices look set to test the $12,000-level in the weeks ahead as positive momentum builds and the fear of missing out kicks in,” says Cohen. Amoils adopts a more bullish outlook. “Some think it can go to 50,000. Since it has more than doubled since April and is now at 9000 they could be right. Hard to speculate,” says Amoils.
On the negative side, Facebook’s movement could place big governments on alert.
Bitcoin and other major digital currencies are “people’s currencies.” They have the potential to become new decentralized currencies, free of the control of big governments. That’s why big governments cannot tolerate digital currencies that threatens to break their monopoly on printing money, and to manipulate the economy to accommodate the interests of powerful elites.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 3
#crypto #cryptocurrencies #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #jobs #GAFA #AR #VR #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #IOT #AI #5G #4thindustrialrevolution
Blimey me, it's Slag (or Slug, if you're sensitive) he's a triceratops and I see a lot of myself in him; roughly 20 feet tall, prone to nonsensical bouts of violence at the drop of a hat, breathes fire, rage kept at a barely held on to boil that prevents him from functioning like a normal person ready to overflow and drown us all in a burning hellscape where there is no refuge or safety. These can be used to describe Slag, too!

#transformers #hasbro #hasbrotoypic #toys #toycollector #toystagram #dinobots #combinerwars #poweroftheprimes #80s #morethanmeetstheeye #decepticons #pulse #lightroom #takara #photography #toyphotography #autobots #toypic #geek #nerd #nostalgia #90s #robots #plasticcrack #dinosaurs
Blimey me, it's Slag (or Slug, if you're sensitive) he's a triceratops and I see a lot of myself in him; roughly 20 feet tall, prone to nonsensical bouts of violence at the drop of a hat, breathes fire, rage kept at a barely held on to boil that prevents him from functioning like a normal person ready to overflow and drown us all in a burning hellscape where there is no refuge or safety. These can be used to describe Slag, too!

#transformers #hasbro #hasbrotoypic #toys #toycollector #toystagram #dinobots #combinerwars #poweroftheprimes #80s #morethanmeetstheeye #decepticons #pulse #lightroom #takara #photography #toyphotography #autobots #toypic #geek #nerd #nostalgia #90s #robots #plasticcrack #dinosaurs
She says it’s “an American”...
I say it’s the feistiest little robot I ever did see ❤️ #seriously #thereisSASSbehindthoseeyes #robots
She says it’s “an American”...
I say it’s the feistiest little robot I ever did see ❤️ #seriously #thereisSASSbehindthoseeyes #robots
Here is #day6 #firstobstacle 
A few hours passed since she left her home and made her first step into the unknown. After she took a break she heard something in the woods. She had to find out that the robots the „synth“ are not that far away as she thought, and that they are more dangerous than her books did described. Luckily she could hide and escape. But what will happen tomorrow?

#journeyjune19 #journeyjune #tinytest #storytelling #robots #robot #postapocalyptic #story #sketch #pencilsketch #sketching #thumbnailing #thumbnailsketch
Here is #day6 #firstobstacle
A few hours passed since she left her home and made her first step into the unknown. After she took a break she heard something in the woods. She had to find out that the robots the „synth“ are not that far away as she thought, and that they are more dangerous than her books did described. Luckily she could hide and escape. But what will happen tomorrow?

#journeyjune19 #journeyjune #tinytest #storytelling #robots #robot #postapocalyptic #story #sketch #pencilsketch #sketching #thumbnailing #thumbnailsketch
#Purdue researchers have come up with a new method to help create future city layouts using #artificialintelligence, #robots and data software. Read more on the PRF News page (Link in bio).
#Purdue researchers have come up with a new method to help create future city layouts using #artificialintelligence, #robots and data software. Read more on the PRF News page (Link in bio).
snow range mech.  #vessels, #vehicles, #digitalwatercolor, #conceptart, #conceptdesign, #createartwork, #createart, #artwork, #art, #pen, #ink, #draw, #sketch, #photoshop, #wacom, #sketchbook, #feltpen, #papermate, #papermateflair, #mechs, #robots,
Algún día, en algún lugar vas a ser una bellísima animación 3D... #ilustracion #illustration #mikelorenzoartworks #characterdesign #robots #ia #ai #conceptart #dotworks #puntillismo #noir  #luna #moon #lost #design #drawing #black #staedtler #walking #dibujo #disegno #fumetto #videogioco #videogame #moonlight #clarodeluna #dark
Will #robots 🤖 take over the #world someday? We don’t know 🤷‍♀️🤷‍♂️ But some of them will make life way more comfortable 😁 @eufyofficial ⚪️
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¿Los #robots 🤖 tomarán el control del #world algún día? No lo sabemos 🤷‍♀️🤷‍♂️ Pero algunos de ellos harán la vida mucho más cómoda 😁 @eufyofficial
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Features:
* Convenient Controls: Whether you’re standing next to it or miles from home, the touch-controls and EufyHome app make it easy to clean your home with the tap of a button.
* Worry-Free Cleaning: Set Boundary Strips and the slim 2.85” body—upgraded to 1500Pa* suction—only cleans the areas you want.
* BoostIQ Technology: Automatically increases suction power within 1.5 seconds when extra vacuuming strength is needed—so you get the best clean in the shortest amount of time.
* A Quiet Clean: Vacuums for up to 100 minutes** of constant, powerful suction that’s no louder than a microwave.
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La characterística: * Controles convenientes: ya sea que se encuentre de pie junto a él o a kilómetros de su hogar, los controles táctiles y la aplicación EufyHome facilitan la limpieza de su hogar con solo tocar un botón.
* Limpieza sin preocupaciones: coloque tiras de límites y el cuerpo delgado de 2.85 "(actualizado a succión de 1500 Pa *), solo limpia las áreas que desea.
* Tecnología BoostIQ: aumenta automáticamente la potencia de succión en 1,5 segundos cuando se necesita una mayor capacidad de aspiración, para que pueda obtener la mejor limpieza en el menor tiempo posible.
* Una limpieza silenciosa: aspiradoras de hasta 100 minutos ** de succión constante y potente que no es más ruidosa que un microondas.
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Will #robots 🤖 take over the #world someday? We don’t know 🤷‍♀️🤷‍♂️ But some of them will make life way more comfortable 😁 @eufyofficial ⚪️
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¿Los #robots 🤖 tomarán el control del #world algún día? No lo sabemos 🤷‍♀️🤷‍♂️ Pero algunos de ellos harán la vida mucho más cómoda 😁 @eufyofficial
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Features:
* Convenient Controls: Whether you’re standing next to it or miles from home, the touch-controls and EufyHome app make it easy to clean your home with the tap of a button.
* Worry-Free Cleaning: Set Boundary Strips and the slim 2.85” body—upgraded to 1500Pa* suction—only cleans the areas you want.
* BoostIQ Technology: Automatically increases suction power within 1.5 seconds when extra vacuuming strength is needed—so you get the best clean in the shortest amount of time.
* A Quiet Clean: Vacuums for up to 100 minutes** of constant, powerful suction that’s no louder than a microwave.
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La characterística: * Controles convenientes: ya sea que se encuentre de pie junto a él o a kilómetros de su hogar, los controles táctiles y la aplicación EufyHome facilitan la limpieza de su hogar con solo tocar un botón.
* Limpieza sin preocupaciones: coloque tiras de límites y el cuerpo delgado de 2.85 "(actualizado a succión de 1500 Pa *), solo limpia las áreas que desea.
* Tecnología BoostIQ: aumenta automáticamente la potencia de succión en 1,5 segundos cuando se necesita una mayor capacidad de aspiración, para que pueda obtener la mejor limpieza en el menor tiempo posible.
* Una limpieza silenciosa: aspiradoras de hasta 100 minutos ** de succión constante y potente que no es más ruidosa que un microondas.
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@sb.technology #alwaysonstock #distribution #distributor #latin #latinamerica #latam #latinamericadistributor #latamdistributor #SB #SBTechnology #miami #miamiairport #doralmiami #miamidoral www.sbtechnology.net 🔴⚪️
walker.  #vessels, #vehicles, #digitalwatercolor, #conceptart, #conceptdesign, #createartwork, #createart, #artwork, #art, #pen, #ink, #draw, #sketch, #photoshop, #wacom, #sketchbook, #feltpen, #papermate, #papermateflair, #mechs, #robots,
Algún día, en algún lugar vas a ser una bellísima animación 3D... #illustration #ilustracion #mikelorenzoartworks #characterdesign #robots #ia #ai #conceptart #dotworks #puntillismo #noir  #luna #moon #lost #design #drawing #black #staedtler #walking #dibujo #disegno #fumetto #videogioco #videogame #moonlight #clarodeluna #dark
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#cnc #waterjetcutting #engineering #cncwoodworking #cncmachining #cncmachine #cncrouter #cncplasma #lasercutting #motioncontrol #mach3 #radonix #artcam #miling #tech #delta #plc #servomotor #robots #drive #spindles #electricalengineering #electricalwork #electricalengineering #engine #engineer #пожарник #пожар #mechatronics 🚨I don’t own the clips in the video so all the rights the owner🚨 . .
Algún día, en algún lugar vas a ser una bellísima animación 3D... #mikelorenzoartworks #characterdesign #robots #ia #ai #conceptart #dotworks #puntillismo #noir  #luna #moon #lost #design #drawing #black #staedtler #walking #dibujo #disegno #fumetto #videogioco #videogame #moonlight #clarodeluna #dark
#robotlover #robots #georgia🇬🇪
It is my greatest triumph
#megatron #decepticons #decepticon #transformers_4life #transformerscollection #toycollection #transformersart #robots #robotindisguise #decepticonclique #toyplanet #transformersgenerationone #transformerstoys #toycollector #toyphotographs #toystagram #plasticcrack #morethanmeetstheeye #warforcybertron #hasbro #hasbropulse #takara #takaratomy #verona🇮🇹
#pictures #tell #a #thousand #words #learn #from #pic #futuristic #society #lifestyle #image #robots #books #humans #smartphone #people #technology #artificialintelligence #ai #robotics #drawing #tech #future #picoftheday #conscious #robot
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So beau came home from after schools club with a 14 in 1 robot set for daddy to build. Batteries not included springs to mind. #robot #robots #bostondynamics #batteriesnotincluded #walle #johnnyfive #head #headless #toy #toys #cooltoys #toyrobot #boystoys
So beau came home from after schools club with a 14 in 1 robot set for daddy to build. Batteries not included springs to mind. #robot #robots #bostondynamics #batteriesnotincluded #walle #johnnyfive #head #headless #toy #toys #cooltoys #toyrobot #boystoys
Mama's boi helpin
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Gente sigan mi insta @dedricbot donde estare subiendo específicamente de ahora en adelante mis dibujos y creaciones de sci-fi!! #arte #dibujos #robots #creaciones. #original #art #drawing #chile #art #concepcion #sanpedrodelapaz #future #scifi #fantastic #concept #psychedelic #fiction #like #love #passion #penandink #imagine #cyberpunk
Enhorabuena a estos dos auténticos cracks que tenemos en nuestra Aula de Ribeira!!
Proyecto Clasificadora de Chicles creado desde cero.
Super orgullosos de vosotros 👍👍👏👏💪💪
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Enhorabuena a estos dos auténticos cracks que tenemos en nuestra Aula de Ribeira!!
Proyecto Clasificadora de Chicles creado desde cero.
Super orgullosos de vosotros 👍👍👏👏💪💪
#robots #robotica #roboticaeducativa #riveira #electronica #arduino #diseño3d #impresion3d #diy #automata #programacion #trabajoenequipo #clasesextraescolares #verano #campamentosverano #noia #bertamirans #santiagodecompostela
ctive Ways to Reduce Paper Waste While Printing

Source:
TechWiki

Author:
Mohamed Salim

Tags:
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🤖 #ARBITRAJE #AUTOMATIZADO #bot #trading #autotrading
Más info: bit.ly/ARBISTAR_2_0

Conoce a la empresa líder en el sector del arbitraje automatizado. Mas Info: bit.ly/ARBISTAR_2_0 🤖 #Robots ARBISTAR 2.0
El software desarrollado por ARBISTAR 2.0 hace arbitraje para ti de forma automatizada. ✅ El arbitraje es llamado el “#trading sin #riesgos”. Es la forma más segura de acumular Bitcoin ya que la función es comprar una criptomoneda a un valor en un exchange y venderlo a un precio superior en otro exchange. ✅ Pero hemos ido más alla desde ARBISTAR 2.0, el nuevo software es capaz de hacer 🔁“Arbitraje Paralelo”, es decir, comprar y vender al mismo tiempo un mismo valor en dos diferentes exchanges. De esa manera la ganancia es inmediata, sin necesidad de hacer transferencia entre exchanges en medio de la operación.

Info: bit.ly/ARBISTAR_2_0

#bot #trading #autotrading #forex #broker #inversion #invest #bitcoin #libra #calibra #ethereum #blockchain #criptomonedas #cardano #coinbase #wallet #cryptocoin
🤖 #ARBITRAJE #AUTOMATIZADO #bot #trading #autotrading
Más info: bit.ly/ARBISTAR_2_0

Conoce a la empresa líder en el sector del arbitraje automatizado. Mas Info: bit.ly/ARBISTAR_2_0 🤖 #Robots ARBISTAR 2.0
El software desarrollado por ARBISTAR 2.0 hace arbitraje para ti de forma automatizada. ✅ El arbitraje es llamado el “#trading sin #riesgos”. Es la forma más segura de acumular Bitcoin ya que la función es comprar una criptomoneda a un valor en un exchange y venderlo a un precio superior en otro exchange. ✅ Pero hemos ido más alla desde ARBISTAR 2.0, el nuevo software es capaz de hacer 🔁“Arbitraje Paralelo”, es decir, comprar y vender al mismo tiempo un mismo valor en dos diferentes exchanges. De esa manera la ganancia es inmediata, sin necesidad de hacer transferencia entre exchanges en medio de la operación.

Info: bit.ly/ARBISTAR_2_0

#bot #trading #autotrading #forex #broker #inversion #invest #bitcoin #libra #calibra #ethereum #blockchain #criptomonedas #cardano #coinbase #wallet #cryptocoin

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