Mobile Apps will take over the Space of Magazine Rack [Guest Post]


In Guest Post, Mobile Applications & Technology Posted June 19, 2019

In this, 21st Century what seems impossible to you?

The information you ask for, the destination you want to reach to is a click away. With this digitalization and an era of being technically driven it has been observed that none of the traditional approaches will be observed in the near future. The money you used to carry with a risk of being stolen will be replaced by apps like Google Pay, Paytm, the long queues for booking rail or bus ticket is replaced by online booking system and the magazines & books you prefer reading are getting replaced by various applications available in the market. And, this has been the latest trend therefore, you wouldn’t find any information missing out since every business person in the market tries to deliver the best and most important of the information to create & maintain the position.

However, it lands as the duty of a user to analyze the pros and cons of having an app and using it for your need.

As we urge India to be better when compared with other countries, it has been observed that they are the ones who tend to grow and learn more and more. For their learning, they try to develop as many skills and knowledge they can to cater themselves with employment and opportunity growth in the near future.

It has been brought under notice that the number of internet users in the world has been drastically growing. It is also said that likely by 2022, each and every resident will have its own internet. Therefore, it is increasing day by day and so its usage.

However, it remains in the hands of youth to use it wisely that is, not for being active on social sites finding mates instead chose a good site and research & learn about a topic that could help you grow.

The country still faces a lot of privacy issues with respect to increasing usage but the fact still remains the same that such things shouldn’t bother someone who is searching and surfing for a good cause.

It has been said by “Technology Review MIT Magazine” that, “while organizations are increasingly weaving artificial intelligence (AI) technologies into their business strategies, they are also coming up against barriers to successful adoption. AI is changing how we work and live our lives, but consumers and companies are encountering obstacles, including challenges in leadership, vision, expertise, and data quality.” Therefore, the data driving force has to be altered and put to good use.

With the utmost trend of working and reading online, it has been said that libraries are getting replaced by mobile phones and magazine racks are sooner or later will be replaced by mobile apps. And, there seems nothing wrong to it as when you will read, it is impossible to carry bundles of magazines and content in physical format whereas when it comes to using mobile apps, you can anytime, anywhere get access to the reading material. Also, it seems easy and quick to spread the word of knowledge. Not only this, it saves your cost which you invest in purchasing the books, magazines and other reading material. It was also claimed by one of the readers that, she cannot reach out to every magazine required and wanted. Now, by being app-friendly she can reach out to any magazine under the sun by paying a nominal subscription amount online which again helps her not to go out in scorching heat and have the right to use those content.

MIT Magazine has been contributing a lot by giving its input on AI. They have been sharing a lot many articles on these trends. The magazines’ mission is to bring out better information and conscious decision about technology through authoritative, influential, and trustworthy journalism. They deliver articles on how AI can boost performance, security and cost savings- but building an AI-enabled product requires careful use of optimized computing. The article speaks about a medical situation where the kids have to be treated in maximum care possible so they have initiated to install an AI-based recognition system to keep unwanted entrants that can be flagged or stopped by entering inside the restricted premises. The solution uses a network of AI-enabled smart cameras to examine each person’s face, body structure, and gait. The system has increased hospital security and has clinical benefits, too. For example, if a child requires immediate care, an emergency room doctor can quickly be located and notified, ensuring the team is ready to spring into action when needed.

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