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So we’ve talked a lot in this series about how computers fetch and display data, but how do they make decisions on this data? From spam filters and self-driving cars, to cutting edge medical diagnosis and real-time language translation, there has been an increasing need for our computers to learn from data and apply that knowledge to make predictions and decisions. This is the heart of machine learning which sits inside the more ambitious goal of artificial intelligence. We may be a long way from self-aware computers that think just like us, but with advancements in deep learning and artificial neural networks our computers are becoming more powerful than ever.

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The world of online article marketing is changing rapidly and in my opinion the need for human article writers, like me is almost over. Indeed, it is obvious to me that my days are numbered and I will be replaced by an artificial intelligent software program soon. The writing is on the wall or in this case; in the articles.

What I am seeing is a ton of what I believe to be Artificially Intelligent derivative work of the same author’s work. This is when a writer writes an article and then allows a software program to mix it up, adjust the sentences and put in a few synonyms and make it into five or six more. That means that an individual can increase their volume 6-fold right now today.

You can tell the difference as the articles look very much re-written, re-arranged over, and over again. Some of the article authors doing this are also part of an affiliate marketing program to sell this same software to other people too. In other words, some of those I expect doing this are also selling software to help others do it.

As a prolific online article writer, I am personally contacted at least once per month to buy such software, so I know others actually are buying and using it to create articles for online marketing purposes. Most article-submission directory sites do not realize this is occurring, and unless it is obvious, they do not seem to mind anyway.

Next time you read an article ask yourself; “Did an Actual Person Write That Online Article or was it a Computer?” Today, you might be able to tell the difference, but soon you will not as the software gets better. And I am smart enough to know I cannot compete with an artificially intelligent computer for long. Think on this.

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Are you tired of computer running slow? Did your computer seem to run much faster when you first got it?We will talk about how to speed up your computer this article.

– Some possible reasons it can be:
– Corrupt registry
– Not enough memory
– Faulty hard drive problems
– Poor internet connection speed
– Malware infected
– Speed of graphics card

To speed up your computer, you must first determine what exactly is slow. The first question is: You feel the your computer slow when you bought it? If yes, you just buy a computer which was not met your needs. You only need a laptop with a speed of faster processor and more memory.

If your laptop is slow when accessing the Internet, which is probably due to the speed of your Internet connection. Just choose a new Internet service provider.

If your computer is not always slow, but it has slowed down, either suddenly or gradually over time, slower and slower, then you probably have malware behavior.

Maybe you have a damaged registry. Even if you know what is the Windows Registry, do not try to clean them yourselves manually. You need a good registry repair tool of Windows. It will save many headaches and time to speed up your computer.

Many computer offenders are those files placed on your computer spyware or AdWare without your permit. AdWare turn your page to ad web when surfing the net. Adware includes code, let attacker snoop on your navigation and then sell the personal information to any third party advertisers. This tracking code is commonly referred to as spyware.

With spyware and AdWare,unauthorized sites can be found on your computer and the Internet favorites. spyware and AdWare will slow download your PC by taking up your hard drive space

If you have a virus on your computer. It may not only slow but you can also find irregular operations may lead to computer restart itself, It is urgent that you install an anti-virus software to prevent your computer from restarting frequently.

By the way, I clean my computer very frequently with AdWare / spyware remover software, because these Malicious files are being added when you surfing online everyday.

If you are looking for a anti-malware, you can download Registry Easy and scan your computer for free! Speed up your computer now!

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Hewlett-Packard Co. jumped into the nascent tablet computing market Friday when it released its Slate 500, an $ 800 competitor to Apple Inc.’s 6-month-old iPad.

The Slate 500, which runs Microsoft’s Windows 7 operating system and is aimed at workplace users rather than consumers, goes beyond the iPad in some places, and stays behind it in others.

Hewlett-Packard Co. jumped into the nascent tablet computing market Friday when it released its Slate 500, an $ 800 competitor to Apple Inc.’s 6-month-old iPad.

The Slate 500, which runs Microsoft’s Windows 7 operating system and is aimed at workplace users rather than consumers, goes beyond the iPad in some places, and stays behind it in others.

Hewlett-Packard Co. jumped into the nascent tablet computing market Friday when it released its Slate 500, an $ 800 competitor to Apple Inc.’s 6-month-old iPad.

The Slate 500, which runs Microsoft’s Windows 7 operating system and is aimed at workplace users rather than consumers, goes beyond the iPad in some places, and stays behind it in others.

Hewlett-Packard Co. jumped into the nascent tablet computing market Friday when it released its Slate 500, an $ 800 competitor to Apple Inc.’s 6-month-old iPad.

The Slate 500, which runs Microsoft’s Windows 7 operating system and is aimed at workplace users rather than consumers, goes beyond the iPad in some places, and stays behind it in others.

Hewlett-Packard Co. jumped into the nascent tablet computing market Friday when it released its Slate 500, an $ 800 competitor to Apple Inc.’s 6-month-old iPad.

The Slate 500, which runs Microsoft’s Windows 7 operating system and is aimed at workplace users rather than consumers, goes beyond the iPad in some places, and stays behind it in others.

Hewlett-Packard Co. jumped into the nascent tablet computing market Friday when it released its Slate 500, an $ 800 competitor to Apple Inc.’s 6-month-old iPad.

The Slate 500, which runs Microsoft’s Windows 7 operating system and is aimed at workplace users rather than consumers, goes beyond the iPad in some places, and stays behind it in others.

Hewlett-Packard Co. jumped into the nascent tablet computing market Friday when it released its Slate 500, an $ 800 competitor to Apple Inc.’s 6-month-old iPad.

The Slate 500, which runs Microsoft’s Windows 7 operating system and is aimed at workplace users rather than consumers, goes beyond the iPad in some places, and stays behind it in others.

Hewlett-Packard Co. jumped into the nascent tablet computing market Friday when it released its Slate 500, an $ 800 competitor to Apple Inc.’s 6-month-old iPad.

The Slate 500, which runs Microsoft’s Windows 7 operating system and is aimed at workplace users rather than consumers, goes beyond the iPad in some places, and stays behind it in others.

 

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What is the most powerful computer possible?

Links and References:
https://arxiv.org/abs/quant-ph/9908043 (Ultimate physical limits to computation)
http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/black-hole-computers-2007-04/ (Black Hole Computers)
http://www.top500.org/ (Top 500, a website dedicated to the most powerful supercomputers)
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/blogs/physics/2014/04/is-there-anything-beyond-quantum-computing/ (Is There Anything Beyond Quantum Computing?)
http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/news-blog/computers-have-a-lot-to-learn-from-2009-03-10/ (Human brain processing power)
https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/08/130802080237.htm (Simulating a brain)
https://news.stanford.edu/pr/2014/pr-neurogrid-boahen-engineering-042814.html (Stanford bioengineers create circuit board modeled on the human brain)
http://www.pcworld.com/article/2032913/the-end-of-moores-law-is-on-the-horizon-says-amd.html (The end of Moore’s Law is on the horizon, says AMD)
https://www.technologyreview.com/s/601102/intel-puts-the-brakes-on-moores-law/ (Intel Puts the Brakes on Moore’s Law)
http://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2015/02/intel-forges-ahead-to-10nm-will-move-away-from-silicon-at-7nm/ (Intel forges ahead to 10nm, will move away from silicon at 7nm)
https://www.technologyreview.com/s/602592/worlds-smallest-transistor-is-cool-but-wont-save-moores-law/ (World’s Smallest Transistor Is Cool but Won’t Save Moore’s Law)
http://computer.howstuffworks.com/quantum-computer1.htm (How Quantum Computers Work)
http://spectrum.ieee.org/semiconductors/devices/the-tunneling-transistor (The Tunneling Transistor)
http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/silicon-innovations/intel-14nm-technology.html (Intel 14nm process)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8bLXHvH9s1A (Quantum Computing and the Limits of the Efficiently Computable – 2011 Buhl Lecture)
http://www.intel.com/content/dam/www/public/us/en/documents/pdf/foundry/mark-bohr-2014-idf-presentation.pdf (14 nm process Technology – Intel presentation)
https://physics.aps.org/articles/v9/49 (Viewpoint: Black Holes Produce Complexity Fastest)
https://www.newscientist.com/article/dn8836-black-holes-the-ultimate-quantum-computers/ (Black holes: The ultimate quantum computers?)

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Stan Kurkovsky is a Professor of Computer Science at Central Connecticut State University. His research interests are in the areas of mobile and pervasive computing, software engineering, and computer science education. He has published over 70 peer-reviewed conference papers and journal articles. Dr. Kurkovsky has been serving as the principal investigator on a number of NSF and industry grants with a total funding in excess of two million dollars. He is currently serving as the PI on an NSF TUES/CCLI grant “Using Mobile Game Development to Improve Student Learning and Satisfaction in Introductory Computer Science Courses,” which is directly related to this talk.

Computer technology just like other technologies has developed overtime and has also influenced our lives in different ways.  The research in human-computers interaction has been very successful and has influenced the computing system all over the world.  When we compare the evolution of computer technology and the several inventions that has taken place, it is evident that this industry is growing very fast and at a very high speed. This has been attributed to different challenges that have been faced by the players in this industry.  Information technology often shortens as IT is the common term that is commonly used to refer to the entire computer industry. It involves the use computers and software in the to mange information. However different companies use different terms to mean computer technology with some companies using terms like management information systems.

The history of information technology is very interesting. This can be traced from the time when a department of information technology used a single computer operator especially for data storage to the modern time with complex communication between computers across the world. For business people, this has altered the business field in which the business field has been level and most businesses and customers are able to communicate freely despite time and location (Schwabach 2006 p87).

The major players in this field are always in constant research in order to come up with the most current products for the competitive market. This is because this industry has become the backbone of the development of all the other industry. Information technology and computers are mandatory requirements for all the organizations in the current business world (Schwabach 2006 p87). However, players in this industry still experience major challenges with regard to piracy and conspiracy of most of their products. Major players which include Microsoft international, Toshiba, Acer, Compaq, Dell, and Hp among other players have not been able to control this illegal act despite their worldwide operations.

Computer technology industry is majorly concerned in the facilitation of communication, data storage, data processing and data delivery to the right people at the right time. This function is essential to every organization that is involved in business activities across the world. Currently, there is intense competition in this industry and the major player, Microsoft international is no longer enjoying the monopoly power that it used to enjoy before. However, this has led to the reduction in the cost of different products if compared to the past. This has also been attributed to partly by the advancement in the technology as well as due to the upcoming new products.

Computer technology has also been popular across the world and the field of expertise has been developed to a new level. Professionals in this field are many and the services that called for highly trained professionals can now be handled by ordinary people due to the production of computer programs that are user friendly (Geisst 2006 p.28). The availability of computers and the reduction in the cost of computers as well as training has also contributed to exposure IT by almost everybody unlike in the past when computers were for the rich and the middle income earners. Many individuals have become IT professionals are now helping in the executing different tasks like, computer networking and information processing, data management, data base and software design, engineering of computer hardware as well as the administration and management of the entire systems at affordable cost. One of the companies the major player in this industry is the Microsoft Corporation which has also transformed this industry at a great deal.

Microsoft Corporation
Background

Microsoft is a multinational company that is located in Redmond, Washington in the United States of America. Microsoft is a company that has world wide business operations and supports the computing industry in licensing, manufacturing and supporting a wide range of product and services in this industry. Through its product division, Microsoft Corporation consists of a variety of products that includes both services as well as tangible products. Microsoft was constituted I the United States of America on 4th April 1975 with the major objective of developing and selling BASIC interpreters mainly for Altair 8800. However, Microsoft has since dominated the operating system market by developing different products which it has dominated do date. Microsoft home computer operating systems are the most and the commonly used operating in different parts of the world. It has also dominated the office suite with the popular Microsoft office, recently ventured into the video game industry with the introduction of Xbox as well as in the electronics when they introduced Zune into the market (Shelly 2008 p.56). However, Microsoft Corporation has been criticised that it has for a long time used its monopolistic practices in business which they claimed included anticompetitive strategies. The European commission as well as the department of justice in the U.S. also confirmed that they violated the antitrust laws.

Product division

Microsoft Corporation offers a wide range of products into the markets both in the United States and internationally in other countries. These products include Server and tools, windows and windows live division as well as online services in their company clients section. These include a variety of server products, web application programs, software distribution, path management as well as software inventory (Schwabach 2006 p87). This division also provides consulting services in Information technology such as in the certifications of programs hence help in the development of programs and software by other partners.

 

 

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How to save newspaper articles to your computer

You can search millions of historical newspaper articles at Findmypast. Find out how to save them to your computer with this handy tutorial.
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