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Innovation Case Study – Laptop/Tablet

Innovation The introduction of the Laptop has redefined and revolutionised the way we live our lives, by inventing new ways we communicate, consume, learn, work, and spend our spare time. Laptops have become personal to almost everyone, solving problems likes access to information and news, while also improving other factors that weren’t even considered to … Read more

Net Neutrality

United States’ FCC’s Sequence of View on Net Neutrality Network neutrality, also known as net neutrality, is the concept that Internet service or network providers, like Verizon and Comcast, treat all content and applications on the Internet equally. This means providers should not prioritize certain data and slide them into “fast lanes”, or discriminate against … Read more

Challenges for autonomous vehicles

Introduction Vehicles were invented over hundred years ago to transport people and goods from one place to another. In the past hundred years the purpose hasn’t changed however increased safety, comfort and efficiency makes them almost unrecognisable today. In the last century autonomous vehicles only existed in people’s imaginations, creating timeless characters on screen from … Read more

Scrum roles, benefits and processes

When is SCRUM Appropriate? Scrum is intended for the kinds of work people have found unmanageable using defined processes — uncertain requirements combined with unpredictable technology implementation risks. When deciding whether to apply Scrum, as opposed to plan-driven approaches such as those described by the PMBOK® Guide, consider whether the underlying mechanisms are well-understood or … Read more

Social Engineering

Social engineering is a term that is used widely today to refer to a broad spectrum of malicious activities that are undertaken in the context of social interactions. Through psychological manipulation perpetrators of social engineering attacks trick their targets to make security related mistakes or even give them information that is sensitive. Therefore social engineering … Read more

Healthcare IoT systems (Internet of Things)

ABSTRACT Internet of Things combines with Radio Frequency Identification which enables wireless use of electromagnetic fields to transfer data, by achieving the purposes of automatically identifying and tracking tags attached to objects. Healthcare applications in general collect patient information, which can be process, analyzed and wirelessly communicated to a healthcare gateway device which eventually ships … Read more

Principles of Cellular networks

1. Reuse Distance: The first mobile radio systems were actually noise-limited systems with few users. Therefore, it was advantageous to put each BS on top of mountains or high towers, so that it could provide coverage for a large area. The next BS was so far away that interference was not an issue. 2. Cell … Read more

Solid state batteries

THE SOLID TRUTH Li ion batteries have captured the imaginations of the battery industry worldwide. The success of the technology has been truly amazing as improvements are announced regularly. I am certain that Sony, the lithium ion inventor company and others closely involved at the time, such as myself, never anticipated the potential of the … Read more

Are autonomous cars the future?

In recent years the idea of autonomous vehicles are becoming more and more common and have continued to progress and become more of a reality and with companies such as Tesla and Google currently producing or developing self driving/ autonomous cars. With the effects of global warming, pollution and limitations of fossil fuels in recent … Read more

Introduction of self driven cars

Causes that have motivated engineers to create autonomous vehicles Technological and legislative barriers in India Inter-relationship between the growth of electric/hybrid vehicle and self-driven cars How India needs to develop electric vehicles Methods which can pave way to the introduction of robotic cars Despite the fact that India has some barricades in introducing self-driven cars, … Read more

Can a weak form of AI consent? Attempts to strip weak AI of moral worth

The continuing advancement of artificial intelligence (AI) provides many unique and troubling ethical issues concerning the boundaries that demarcate a robot from a human being, and whether the former is worthy of any moral considerations. Notably, the potential roboticisation of the sex trade, and the introduction of nascent AI poses the question of whether a … Read more

Do human rights activists have a right to concern over developments in robotics inc AI

Human rights and the fight for human rights has occurred since the very existence of man. Nelson Mandela very famously quoted,” To deny people their human rights is a violation of being a human.”(Mandela 1994) Firstly what are human rights? Human rights is defined by (Hutchings 2010) as,” The rights that we as human beings … Read more

IT infrastructure of Cafe Anatolia

Table of Contents 1 Executive summary 3 2 SITUATION ANALYSIS 3 2.1.1 Summary Overview 3 2.1.2 Mission and Goals of the organization 4 2.1.3 Describe the current situation of IT and information systems 5 3 STRATEGY 5 3.1 Describe your proposed IS project 5 3.2 The alignment of the current and the porposed new systems … Read more