There’s always something new and exciting happening in the world of technology. Here’s a roundup of some of the top tech news from the past week.
Artificial Intelligence is used in many industries nowadays, experiments with AI-enabled cars are performed through dense traffic conditions in order to test if the number of car accidents can be reduced. In a recently held experiment, experts deployed artificial intelligence in cars and those cars were able to ease traffic congestion. In addition to this, drivers’ frustration as well as pollution was reduced as there was less stop-and-go driving. Here you can find names of companies which are at the forefront of bringing AI to the automotive industry.
Elon Musk is working on improving Twitter future and its currently laying its groundwork. Musk informed his employees about his idea to encrypt DMs as DMs have been previously exposed and will also add encrypted video and voice calling between accounts. Elon is focusing on eradicating all traditional problems that the platform has. After firing a big number of employees, Musk is now re-hiring to fill the empty slots.
Crypto and blockchain companies are seeking to end big tech’s user data monopoly. For years now, the trillion-dollar big tech industry has profited from selling user data. But blockchain companies are looking to change that by democratizing the data and machine economy. With blockchain, companies can distribute, orchestrate, and monetize large numbers of smart devices as part of a unified machine network.
After the bankruptcy of FTX, one of the largest crypto exchanges in the world, a new platform CoinSwitch Pro which is created by CoinSwitch aims to become the new solution for recent issues of liquidity in centralized crypto exchanges. CoinSwitch Pro will be a cross-exchange crypto trading platform which will allow users to trade crypto tokens across multiple exchanges. The main objective of CoinSwitch Pro will be to provide its users with the ability to view and select the token prices across various other exchanges while displaying its 24-hour trading volume and value.
Reliance Jio is India’s largest telecom operator, the company has announced the launch of Jio True 5G services in Pune, Maharashtra. Jio users in Pune will be able to experience up to 1 Gbps speed without any additional cost, only at Jio’s Welcome Offer Party.