Have you ever been stuck in a doctor’s waiting room for hours? Or have you had to wait long to get a doctor’s advice? We bet, you have. In today’s dynamic and digitalized world, people prefer booking doctor appointments online and, if it’s not an emergency or there is no doctor nearby, online consultations.
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Environmentalists have warned for many years that the development of the automotive industry, namely the yearly growing sales of cars with gasoline engines, causes irreparable harm to the environment and accelerates the destructive processes in our ecosystem (associated with global warming). That is why people from highly developed countries are trying in every possible way to minimize the consumption of fossil fuels.
You may have heard that ICO promotion has recently been banned by Google system. It was not a huge surprise since such popular giants as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter did the same thing first. A lot of people are now concerned about development of their technological startups, promotion of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technologies, as well as searching for elaborate way of advertising. If you are curious about future of marketing for ICO, you should keep reading this article.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is making the news again as it includes the so-called right to be forgotten which is considered to be one of the main threats to the further development of the blockchain technologies. On May 25, 2018, this piece of legislation is bound to enter into full force. Why is it so crucial for blockchainers to pay attention to it? What is this “right to be forgotten” (also known as the right to erasure) anyway?
In the technology era we are living in, it is hard to follow all the innovations and discoveries. New tools, technologies, and devices appear every day. Today, an average human cannot do without a smartphone, smartwatch, smart car or even an intelligent coffee maker. The cutting-edge technologies are irreplaceable in our lives. They impact every single industry and every person. In this article, we will pay special attention to artificial intelligence and discuss the role of AI in finance particularly.
Have you already heard the abbreviation – GDPR? It seems to be a new buzzword floating around the business world, but what does it mean? The definition in Wikipedia says that the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (EU) 2016/679 is “a regulation in EU law on data protection and privacy for all individuals within the European Union”. The Regulation refers both to the use of personal data inside the EU and the export of personal data of EU residents outside the union.
Why build an app for patients with chronic disease? Is there any sense in it provided there are dozens of medical apps already in the market? Are there any economic reasons to build another one?