Tuesday, August 16, 2022

5 tips on embracing a non-linear path to career success for your children

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Just nine per cent of global entrepreneurs have a bachelor’s degree in business, so clearly, it’s not a prerequisite for success. Then why are we often scared about taking a different, non-traditional path or trying something out of our comfort zone? That pesky fear of failure often stops us from reaching our full capabilities or from giving something a go. And the seemingly well-worn paths to success can trick us into thinking there’s only one way to get there.

Are workations the future of work or simply another fleeting travel trend?

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There is no doubt that the pandemic has had a tremendous impact on how we live and work today. The past two and half years have seen an overhaul of a system we once imagined untouchable. Terms like hybrid work and remote work sprung forth in a bid to initially fight off the COVID-19 virus but are now household as firms struggle to keep their employees happy.

Will artificial intelligence and machine learning finally break loose in 2022?

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What does the future hold for artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML)? Is 2022 going to be the year where machines will prevail? While AI used to be something software vendors could brand their solutions as (even when they weren't), times have changed. With a market—in a helicopter view—divided into two camps, vendors who use a predefined AI framework and vendors who create their own, we must understand what it means for users.

How the pandemic has transformed the tourism and travel industry

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The effects of the pandemic still reverberate as businesses try to steady themselves after the harrowing two and half years. It is safe to say that the travel restrictions meant to curtail the spread of the pandemic had a severe effect on the travel and tourism industry worldwide.

Why using gamification in traditional education might make sense after all

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Gamification is the process of taking something that already exists - in this case, education - and adding game mechanics to it to make it more engaging and fun. It's no secret that traditional education methods are failing our students. They aren't retaining information as well as they should, and they're not engaged in the learning process. We need to find a way to keep students interested in their education, and gamification may be the answer. 

The benefits and challenges of switching to a Multicloud strategy

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In a Multicloud setting, a firm relies on more than one provider for cloud services, whether public or private. “That sounds a lot like hybrid cloud?” you might ask. Yes, but only if the different cloud providers’ services are connected by integration or a form of orchestration.

People unaware and concerned when it comes to space, Inmarsat reveals

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The world is largely unaware of key activities in space, with Gen-Z twice as likely to associate space with aliens, Star Wars and billionaires like Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos than older generations, according to the representative survey of global consumer attitudes towards space, unveiled by Inmarsat, a stakeholder in global, mobile satellite communications.

BusyFormula #041: 2022 vs. 2021-What’s missing in the fight at the top?

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In the 2021 season, we had a thrilling title battle, with wheel-to-wheel action starting as early as the first season in Bahrain. And while this season’s opener in Bahrain had glimpses of similar vibes, the title battle no longer feels the same. Red Bull won its sixth consecutive race at the Canadian Grand Prix and it’s looking like Ferrari wasn’t ready for the challenge.

GitHub launches Copilot solutions to aid the next generation of developers

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At GitHub, it's part of our mission to build technology that makes developers happy. Since the launch of GitHub Copilot technical preview last year, it's become very clear that AI is one of the best tools to empower the next generation of developers. AI is already acting as a copilot in our lives. It’s helping us write emails and essays, automatically generating photo albums of our loved ones, and even acting as a digital assistant to help us order groceries.

Ten vital safety tips for solo travelers to take to book before setting off

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I was much inspired to take this valiant step for the first time in 2019 after reading Cheryl Strayed’s Wild, a travel memoir detailing the author’s experience on solo trips. And whereas to many, it sounds erratic to move across the world all by yourself, solo travel is one of the most authentic spiritual remunerations you will ever experience. However, decisive precaution and planning have to be exercised before setting off for a wild trip to a foreign country.