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Digitalisation is the process of changing from analog to digital form, also known as digital enablement. It can be also said in another way, digitalisation takes an analog process and changes it to a digital form without any different-in-kind changes to the process itself, according to Gartner IT Glossary.
We are living in an age of surveillance capitalism where technology is used to turn our daily lives into data sources to line the pockets of CEOs in Silicon Valley. Whereas once the big money makers were industrialists and manufacturers, now the big winners are the data giants who harvest our every click,
While many nations are just starting to think about utilisation of smart technologies and artificial intelligence (AI), the UAE has been fortunate, thanks to visionary leadership, to have already made rapid strides and lead the digitisation race in the region.
This is how the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) techniques can contribute to revive the world economy and how Artificial Intelligence Journalism can contribute in increasing global media spending. The emergence of tens of thousands of TV channels, tens of thousands of satellites
There is a wide gap in the UK between the rich and the poor, particularly in London, where poverty and wealth live side-by-side. It is the richest city in the country but also its most unequal. A family could live in a modern property worth £2m and just down the road, three small children could be sharing a damp bedsit
The newly launched ferry service to carry passengers between Al Ghubaiba Marine Station in Dubai and Aquarium Marine Station in Sharjah is very good news for the UAE residents, specially for the people who are living in Sharjah (“Public transport modes lift 4m riders,” Aug.16, Gulf Today). It marks the first marine transit
Theresa May never seemed to appreciate the importance of tempo in politics. She was not good at surprising, disrupting and confusing her opponents. Boris Johnson has learned from her mistakes.
What happens to a democracy when people stop talking to one another about what matters to them and the country? When people are afraid to speak their minds because they fear the personal blowback likely to come their way? Or worse,