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Alana Tsui, Instagram account owner with 74,000 followers, never thought of joining TikTok because the platform is suitable for younger people. A pandemic caused the New York City government to adopt social spacing. Tsui realized that she had a lot of free time to try new things. The 31-year-old KOL posts an average of four videos a day on TikTok. "I think I don't have much to do now and TikTok is very interesting," she said. Alana Tsui, artist and KOL with 74,000 followers on Instagram and 27,000 followers on TikTok. Photo: Hong Kong Life Alana Tsui currently has 27,000 followers on TikTok. Photo: Hong Kong Life.
After just two days, Australia's Covidsafe app attracted more than two million downloads, double what Singapore's TraceTogether achieved in a month. On April 26, Australia announced the Covidsafe application, using Bluetooth technology to record close contact to prevent the spread of Covid-19. After only 5 hours of deployment, the application reached one million downloads and by April 28, this number increased to 2.44 million. Australian Health Minister Greg Hunt said the app was popular and the number of downloads exceeded the initial expectations of the development team.
Bill Gates said that the method of using Bluetooth can omit cases of virus infection without two close contacts. Share on the blog, Microsoft co-founder said, someone infected with Covid-19 (which has not been detected) can leave the virus on the surface and the latecomer can touch. "A number of technological solutions are being proposed through Bluetooth connectivity, such as via smartphones. If someone is infected with a virus, their phone will send alert information to other phones that used to be in range. If most Most users voluntarily install the application, it can help somewhat, "Gates said. "But the drawback of this method is that sometimes you don't need to be around an infected person, you can get a virus. The carrier can leave the virus on surfaces and you touch it. The application has skipped. this kind of infection ".
Covid-19 tracing applications deployed in many countries around the world are in a centralized and decentralized way, with different security ways. Both types use Bluetooth technology to detect smartphone owners standing close to each other. If someone reports an infection with Covid-19 or contacts an infected person, a warning will be sent to the phone.
Ma thinks AI is positive, but Elon Musk thinks otherwise, at the Artificial Intelligence Conference (WAIC) in Shanghai on August 29. The Chinese businessman said he was "quite optimistic" about artificial intelligence (AI) and focused his ideas on the application of this technology to life. "It is something that needs to be captured, which will give people more understanding than they think. When people understand themselves better, they can improve the world for the better.
AI is gradually walking into life and will someday realize the dream of machines capable of thinking like humans. The ultimate goal of developing and improving the learning ability of machines and AI algorithms to this day is still recreating intelligence from the human brain. An ideal artificial intelligence can take over the world around people through typical "sensory inputs," and take advantage of the processing power and memory of supercomputing systems. Artificial intelligence is capable of deep learning, can interpret patterns, and from there draw conclusions. Basically, they are learning to imitate people in accepting the world around them.
Market | The rapid growth of artificial intelligence (AI) is a hot trend, applied in most industries to reduce costs and increase efficiency for businesses. And in every family, AI is and will become 'extended arms' that make life comfortable and comfortable ... VnReview reporter had an interview with Mr. Victor Wang, Head of ASEAN Business Division of Synology to better understand the application of AI in everyday life. Victor Wang, Head of ASEAN Business, Synology - Sir, recently many people talk about AI as well as its applications in manufacturing industries, but in everyday life in Vietnam, AI is still quite strange. Could you share more about this? Mr. Victor Wang: The term "artificial intelligence" always occupies the top position in articles and conversations. It is technology that is about to change the way the world works. This technology has the ability to streamline processes, reduce costs and transform the potential of businesses.
Science and Technology | AI technology is promising unprecedented changes in space exploration, transforming what we once believed to be "scientific discoveries" into a whole new process. In our attempt to understand the Universe, we are becoming more greedy than ever, so much so that we don't know what to do with them. The satellites send hundreds of terabytes of information each year and a telescope under construction in Chile will yield 15 terabytes of space images per night. People can't go through all that data. As astronomer Carlo Enrico Petrillo told The Verge: "Looking at images of galaxies is the most romantic part of our work. But the problem is to stay focused." That is also the reason that Petrillo trains an AI software to perform the image look for me.