The World Economic Forum supports the thoughtful implementation of blockchain for the supply chain after Covid-19

The World Economic Forum supports the thoughtful implementation of blockchain for the supply chain after Covid-19

The World Economic Forum (WEF) has launched a blockchain deployment toolkit to present guidelines for best practices - when the body urges beyond the coronavirus pandemic, there needs to be prospects. about technology. The toolkit is the result of more than a year of WEF work, working with more than 100 organizations and 50 countries and reviewing 40 blockchain use cases, from traceability and traceability to automation and reasonable operation.

Blockchain, AI, IoT and 5G will add another $ 30 billion to the Sydney economy in 10 years, Digital Realty said

Blockchain, AI, IoT and 5G will add another $ 30 billion to the Sydney economy in 10 years, Digital Realty said

The combination of artificial intelligence (AI), blockchain, Internet of Things (IoT) and 5G technology will contribute more than A $ 30 billion to Sydney's economy by 2029 - according to new research from Digital Realty. According to the IT Brief Australia report, the data center operator argues that Sydney is leading Australia in adopting digital technology. As of 2019, emerging technologies currently contribute A $ 6.66 billion to the Sydney economy, with IoT accounting for only half of that amount.

Blockchain for a brighter future by 2020 and beyond

Blockchain for a brighter future by 2020 and beyond

Industry has long been excited about concepts ranging from virtual reality and augmented reality (VR / AR) to autonomous vehicles, wearable technologies to chatbots and drones, to lists. this continues. After the innovations appear, the model after many ads is launched, will go into the pilot program until the market reaches tangible confirmation. If 2019 is the year when the hype of blockchain persists, despite its polarization, 2020 will make way for previous unstructured testing of strategic use cases to capture prices. business value and unprecedented ROI. Over the next 12 months, blockchain technology will prove its worth as it unfolds in accordance with these predictive plots.

How Covid-19 is shining light into supply chain gaps - and why blockchain can help

How Covid-19 is shining light into supply chain gaps - and why blockchain can help

As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to escalate, many organizations are facing an uncertain future. With various plans around the world protecting businesses in the near future, there may be an opportunity to evaluate your business proposal, explore future trends, and find your child. The best way to make when 'normal new' is established. Such things always require a step back, Alan Alan Vey, co-founder of blockchain technology startup Artos, told The Block. Without travel, a great deal of time for everyone was liberated. Things have slowed down a bit to make some strategic plans and look beyond.

Analysis of Bitcoin Bitcoin revival: CoinMarketCap notes cautious optimism between Covid-19 - when half arrived

Analysis of Bitcoin Bitcoin revival: CoinMarketCap notes cautious optimism between Covid-19 - when half arrived

The most recent quarter caused a stir by saying that at least in all the global economies - but while Bitcoin performance, naturally dropped, according to the latest analysis of CoinMarketCap, it still outperformed the Global standards for stocks. In a Q1 review of the cryptocurrency market and user trends, CoinMarketCap argued that, amid the Covid-19 pandemic, the cryptocurrency market had 'regained a good share' of their March losses, but The warning is still 'somehow' recovered. Bitcoin hit a high of $ 10,500 and a total market capitalization of $ 305 billion in February, before hitting a low of $ 3,900 on March 12, down 43%. Its annual performance - based on January 2 to March 31 - saw a 10.52% price drop. This is better than the MSCI World Index, which fell 20.65% in the quarter and the S&P 500 Index (-19.42%).

Find out how to speed up your computer to "light speed"

Find out how to speed up your computer to "light speed"

According to the journal Phys.org, in the future, this will help create ultrafast computing devices. Specifically, for computers whose pulse frequency is equivalent to light wave oscillation. Bringing electrons to the speed of light helps speed up computers and other electronic devices in the future. The physicists developed the experiment with an ultra-fast laser, capable of generating one hundred million pulses of light per second. The design also includes gold nanostructures suitable for electronic manipulation and high-precision measurements.

Inside the world's most powerful physical machine

Inside the world's most powerful physical machine

The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at the European Nuclear Research Organization (CERN) is one of the largest particle accelerators ever built, with the mission of finding evidence of new materials. The control center is CERN's most important place. Right at the gate is a large panel reminding the giant accelerator LHC underground. The LHC is located in an underground tunnel system at a depth of 100m underground. The LHC is located in an underground tunnel system at a depth of 100m underground, which prevents radiation rays from colliding from escaping underground. The tunnel in the LHC is 25.7 km long.

What did a cell phone 80 years ago look like?

What did a cell phone 80 years ago look like?

A film from the 1940s showing how to operate and use mobile phones far different from today. In 1979, Nippon Telegraph and Telephone (NTT), a Japanese operator, launched its first mobile network. Six years earlier, the first mobile phone was introduced by Motorola. This is considered a historical milestone of the telecommunications industry in general. However, if you do not know, mobile phones have been around for decades. A video made by the Bell Telephone in the 1940s shows how they exist.

10 tips to use a computer durable

10 tips to use a computer durable

Along with the strong development of modern life, the computer is becoming closer and closer. It brings the world to you, but it can also take it away if you don't care for it and use it with care. 1. General cleaning: One of the common causes of the situation of the computer becoming hot as a furnace is due to dust, grime and dirt inside the machine. Therefore, you need to keep the computer clean both inside and outside.

iPhone hot when in use: What to do?

iPhone hot when in use: What to do?

iPhone gets heated up when used - this will lead to a lot of problems. Below, we will show you how to cool down your iPhone immediately to help prevent overheating problems. Instructions to fix when the iPhone is hot Why is iPhone hot when used? What happens when the iPhone gets too hot? How to cool down the iPhone

MediaTek is accused of cheating performance points

MediaTek is accused of cheating performance points

MediaTek is said to have adjusted the system settings so that smartphones using its chips will score higher on performance tests. Anandtech's team discovered MediaTek's performance cheating fraud when comparing the European version of Oppo Reno 3 Pro running Helio P95 chip with Oppo Reno 3 version in China using 1000L Dimensity chip (two lines of Helio and MediaTek's regular density). Previously, according to PCMark test, Reno 3 Pro unexpectedly surpassed Reno 3 although in theory, the Dimension 1000L chip with four new Cortex A77 cores will have better performance than Helio P95 with two Cortex A75 cores.

The 'illegal' purchase of Netflix accounts is blooming

The 'illegal' purchase of Netflix accounts is blooming

Netflix accounts of unknown origin are listed for sale from VND 20,000 a month, attracting hundreds of inquiries. Thanh Hai, a telecommunications service salesman in Hanoi, opened another service to sell cheap Netflix accounts in early April. Right on the first day, Hai received dozens of "orders" from friends and Relatives, to the point that they have to postpone because the number of existing accounts is not enough to provide, must buy additional from "agents". According to Hai, the number of people interested in entertainment services such as Netflix, is quite large but the price of Netflix in Vietnam is still high. "Not everyone can invite friends to buy together, not to mention, external buying accounts are very cheap and easy," he said.

Hackers are targeting Netflix users

Hackers are targeting Netflix users

Taking advantage of the growing demand for videos in Covid-19, nearly 700 fake Netflix websites were created to steal users' personal information. Netflix said that the number of new subscribers in the first quarter of 2020 had increased to 15.77 million, bringing the total number of global subscribers to 183 million. However, according to The Guardian, this streaming service is also becoming the target of cyber attacks, which is mainly a form of scam to collect user data. Security firm Mimecast (UK) discovered about 700 pages with an interface similar to the Netflix homepage and Disney + has just been registered since April 6. Website impersonating the domain name containing the keyword "Netflix" such as login.netflix-activate, netflix-payment1 or netflix-usa makes many people think they are accessing the subscription service page of this streaming platform.

Streamer overcomes F1 drivers on the virtual track

Streamer overcomes F1 drivers on the virtual track

For streamer Jimmy Broadbent, getting past Lando Norris - a member of McLaren - in the Bahrain Grand Prix virtual race is a "dream come true". At the end of March, the F1 race kicked off a weekly online tournament to partially meet the needs of fans when the actual races were canceled because of Covid-19. The eSports Virtual Grand Prix takes place in the F1 2019 game with a series of professional riders, such as Charles Leclerc (Ferrari team), Alexander Albon (Red Bull Racing Honda team), George Russell (ROKiT Williams Racing team). .. Along with an emulator set in an apartment in England, Jimmy Broadbent took fourth place in the Bahrain Grand Prix, after beating Lando Norris (McLaren team) in the last race. "It's hard to imagine. Last week I watched Norris on TV, now I have a chance to face him," he said.

How does 5G wireless work?

How does 5G wireless work?

Wireless networks consist of "cells" divided into areas that send data via radio waves. 4G LTE (Long-Term Evolution) technology will provide the foundation for 5G. Unlike 4G, which requires large, high-capacity mobile towers to transmit signals over longer distances, 5G wireless signals will be transmitted over a large number of small mobile stations located in places such as lamppost or roof. The use of multiple small cells is necessary because the millimeter wave spectrum - the spectrum between 30 GHz and 300 GHz that 5G relies on to create high speeds - can only travel over short distances and is subject to weather and Obstacles like buildings.

Malicious software using artificial intelligence threatens the business

Malicious software using artificial intelligence threatens the business

Malicious code using artificial intelligence (AI) will most likely be the most dangerous threat to businesses and individuals in 2019. According to Bkav Technology Group, in 2018, the damage caused by computer viruses to Vietnamese users reached a record of 14,900 billion VND, equivalent to 642 million USD, 21% more than the damage of the year. 2017. In particular, more than 60% of agencies and businesses in Vietnam are infected with malware. On average, every 6/10 agencies and enterprises are monopolized by the control of virtual currency mining machines, causing information insecurity.

NVIDIA brings GPU, HPC and AI into the battle for COVID-19

NVIDIA brings GPU, HPC and AI into the battle for COVID-19

A special team of NVIDIA computer scientists joined the High Performance Computing Association (HPC) COVID-19, which brings together leaders from the U.S. government, industry and academia to push Quick research using the world's most powerful HPC resources. The goal of the Association is to accelerate the development of effective methods for detecting, isolating and treating coronavirus. It will support researchers by providing access to 30 supercomputers with more than 400 petaflop computing performance. The NVIDIA team has expertise in many key areas, including AI, supercomputing, drug discovery, molecular dynamics, genomics, medical imaging and data analysis. The group is led by Ian Buck, vice president and general manager of Accelerated Computing.

The mystery of Shakespeare's work is revealed by AI

The mystery of Shakespeare's work is revealed by AI

A researcher has used AI (artificial intelligence) to learn about the copyright of the great poet William Shakespeare in the past. William Shakespeare was the great writer and playwright of England and the world. However, many believe that Shakespeare did not write Henry VIII himself - one of his last plays. That question stems from the fact that some parts of Henry VIII have a tone unlike those of Shakespeare. Therefore, critics suspect the play has the involvement of Shakespeare's successor, John Fletcher. Thanks to modern technology, we were able to discover the truth.

Japan created AI to play Go with an odd mind

Japan created AI to play Go with an odd mind

Researchers in Japan have created the Othello Chess game with extremely weak AI software. This chess game always loses to players but is unexpectedly loved by the gaming community. Online brain games like Chess, Chess, or Chess are often frustrating and frustrating. Because the AI ​​machine mode (artificial intelligence) of these games proved too smart with the scientific moves always overwhelming and winning ordinary players.

Artificial intelligence completes Beethoven's unfinished 10th symphony

Artificial intelligence completes Beethoven's unfinished 10th symphony

A group of musicians and programmers will use artificial intelligence to complete the unfinished part of the 10th Symphony of German composer Ludwig van Beethoven, in 2020 to celebrate the 250th birthday. your. Starting with a few notes that Beethoven wrote in a notebook before his death in 1827, researchers planned to use computer software in conjunction with artificial intelligence to complete the rest. of Symphony No. 10.