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IoT-new

In this Ubitopia3.0 era, I am an IT expert who is a unique user being connected to IT devices such as my smart-phone, notebook, TV & radio receiver, car, book, house and my identification things

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Nist

I don’t normally watch horror movies, but there is a correlation between the movie “Saw” and ransomware, in particular a variant called JIGSAW.

KaiFulee

The Korea IT Times release a transcript of article by Lee Kai-Fu,Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Sinovation Ventures.
The article is about the time is right to open a Pandora’s Box for laboratory AI, introducing it to solve real business needs and address real-world problems.
The article highlights in the next decade, more than 50 percent of jobs in the world will be replaced by artificial intelligence.

jung

Ban Ki-moon former United Nations Secretary General recently declared his bid for the South Korean presidency. What will this mean to the country?

To answer this question, it would be prudent to look at the historical role of a leader.

임병민

We can find out great Korean power from a candlelight vigil in this time. Despite a cold snap men and women of all ages and many families gathered around square and expressed their views on politics.

Tap-Wilkins

What might inspire you to take the plunge and start a new manufacturing company?

People & Interviews

qi ru

The Korea IT Times release a transcript of article by TechCrunch. The article has explaining China’s internet giant Baidu has beefed up on its AI talent after it announced the hiring of former Microsoft executive Qi Lu as group president and COO.

Peter Diamandis

The Korea IT Times have released a transcript of article by Dr.Peter Diamandis as follows
The article is about analysis and response to robots and artificial intelligence that could be steal our jobs.

이동면

Seoul Korea, January 06, 2017 / Korea IT Times--The ITU news magazine published its key theme of 'Accelerating ICT growth together' on cover

양재수

In the era of intelligent information technologies where everything gets connected and intelligent, vast amounts of data collected through the IoT and mobile devices will be analyzed in real time by taking advantage of cloud computing and big data technology. And then another value of intelligent information will be created though artificial intelligence (AI).

Nist

USA, NIST had an interview with a Baldrige examiner, Chris Mitchell from Georgia.
A quality advisor within the Georgia Department of Human Services, Chris has served on the Board of Examiners with competitively selected, these volunteers hail from many states, sectors, and professions for the past two years.
Korea IT Times release the original interview article of Chris Mitchell by Christine Schaefer as follows--Ed.

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