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The art of communication with machines(computers) is evolving pretty fast. Artificial intelligence has made way for machine learning and deep learning,  the results are mind-blowing. Decades past, Artificial Intelligence was a closed subject and was held tight under the wraps of MIT and military agencies. But the

"We make the net work” used to be a slogan of Sun Microsystems. Repeated many times by its then visionary and fearless leader Scott McNealy, it placed the emphasis on the Internet and how their servers are powering the backbone

Internet driven business is taking over the global economy to new heights, e-commerce has brought disconnected countries, people and their products much closer. The constraints in trading options have eased out now and barriers in gateways have opened up new business channels. Gone are

Let’s get started with a broad definition in the words of Don & Alex Tapscott (Authors of blockchain revolution) The blockchain is defined as “ An incorruptible digital ledger of economic transactions that can be programmed to record not just

Mobile apps are one of the prominent content delivery channels today. It is a platform that connects businesses and customers with ease to sell, announce, enquire and purchase. The last few years have seen a surge in the usage of

Koa.js is a JavaScript framework, it has some key updates towards the development aspects of middleware development. Middleware is a layer on web application stack that keeps every aspect integrated into a network to run smoothly. It has picked up from

With Blockchain, you’ll know what’s in the bottle and what’s happened to it from grape to table. It will be the single source of truth, immutable and data mined from the blockchain will be used to predict value and influence

When McLuhan wrote the lines “Medium is the message”, almost all of the communication mediums (newspaper, radio) were unidirectional. Messages were pushed out and listened to by the intended audiences. Measuring the quality and quantity of the reach was mostly

"We make the net work” used to be a slogan of Sun Microsystems. Repeated many times by its then visionary and fearless leader Scott McNealy, it placed the emphasis on the Internet and how their servers are powering the backbone