To make things easier for humans – that’s the central principle of most, if not all, of technology. It has always been about accommodating our tasks, whether we want to make these more fuss-free, or we simply wish to do away with doing them, entirely. Moreover, these days, it’s not so much about creating brand new technology, in terms of physical tools; the focus is now on developing new apps to help us with various aspects of daily life. That’s not to say that humans will avoid manual labor, completely. While that prospect may be in the very distant future, seeds of possibility are already germinating. For instance, we now have the potential to interface with computers, without physically doing so. It’s called brain-machine interface (BMI), and it’s hot property in Silicon Valley right now. Social media giant Facebook has concrete plans in that direction, to enable their users to type with their mind, while technology darling Elon Musk is going the medical way, using the tech to create implants that will help people with brain impairments.
YouTube is a haven for big brands who want exposure, and for people who just want to kill time watching videos. For this reason, the social platform has become the go-to site for such audiences — and for brands who want a growing market.
Have you ever wondered what makes tech giants so successful? These billionaires are not only major tech moneymakers; they’re also some of the richest people in the world. It’s safe to say that technology provides opportunities and growth for individuals who strive for innovation. Without these creators, we wouldn’t have seen technological development as great as ours today.
Technology has opened a lot of opportunities and capabilities to people around the world. And when you think of tech, hopefully, you’re not just thinking about the Internet. While network connection is, of course, a huge part of it, technology stretches beyond the online realm and contributes to some industries around the world.
The concept of digital marketing is no longer just the future. Digital marketing, as we know it, is the advertising and promotional platform of today, of the technologically advanced present where we have more computers than we do trees. For the most part, it’s a good thing. Businesses take advantage of this reality, and rightfully so – marketing has never been so accessible to the common man.
Have you ever encountered reading an article online and suddenly, a pop-up ad tells you that you have used one of three free articles for that website? Well, that’s all thanks to Google’s First Click Free program. But since The Wall Street Journal pulled their content out of that, there’s a possibility that others may pull this stunt as well and soon, you may not have access to any article in other digital publications at all, lest you subscribe to them.
In Colorado, there is an ongoing effort to ensure the accessibility of public data in the business community. As a matter of fact, Wayne Williams, the Secretary of State in Colorado, believes that public data is an asset that should be readily accessible to the people of the state, especially business decision makers.