To some people, working from inside the comfort zone is a dream job. As a matter of fact, millions of people around the world prefer to earn money from working at home.
With people creating and generating more information, we can certainly conclude researchers have sufficient training materials for AIs to be smart. But there is somehow one problem that seems to never go away.
And that is bias.
Bias in AI is a common thing because data are collected, processed and analyzed differently. For example, words with multiple meanings, can cause machines to misinterpret commands. Bias can also come from humans who delivered those materials to computers, as well as from the algorithms themselves.
You have a website with plenty of visitors. You also have a team of specialists who dedicate their time for SEO, marketing, customer service and others.
That's great! But it would be a lot more awesome if you can transform those plenty of visitors into your brand ambassadors. After all, if your competition has an army, you may not win without bringing your own army.
With Google My Business, people and businesses can create their own listings and start building visibility in Google Maps and Google Search in their local community.
One of the features that came with Google My Business, is Google Post. The feature that was introduced in 2016 and never had an official naming by Google, was originally meant for the U.S. presidential candidates to use, with the posts appearing in a card-like format.
Whether you're representing a brand, or just your own as an influencer, going live on social media networks can give you a lot of benefit when it comes to exposure.
The one major problem is that too many people are shy if compared to the bold who dares to go live online no matter the cost. Yes, it is true that broadcasting live can be intimidating. After all, viewers are tuned in real time, and mistakes here and there can be realized as fast as they happen.
Accelerated Mobile Pages are fast, and websites should benefit for using it. But is yours fast enough?
AMP is supposed to be fast out-of-the-box. It has runtime which is optimized to deliver faster loading speed to all valid AMP pages. However, there are things you can do to make a little improvement in the performance.
But is it necessary? After all, AMP documents are already served using AMP cache that already performs all of these optimizations. Well, this is true but only to cases, such as AMP documents that are surfaced in Google or Bing search results.
Smartphones have become part of our everyday life, and for that reason, we are so glued to them that we're doing almost anything on them.
Every time we grab our smartphone to browse the web, participate in a group chat, watch streaming videos, we leave some digital footprint along the way. This is sort of an activity log that could be traced to your habit and what you've done with the smartphone.
This digital footprint can compromise your privacy, the next time someone borrows your phone, or when you're selling your phone.
Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) can indeed improve the way designers work. By adding another dimension to an object, things can get a lot more realistic and interactive.
AR and VR provide that "magic leap" which allows visuals to work and appear beyond our limited screen sizes. With many apps allowing AR and VR, the potential use cases open a whole new world of digital content.
But how about the more traditional 2D? How do AR and VR compare with the basic base of design?
Will we ditch our old 2D for 3D mediums like AR/VR?