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Data Centers | Need & Challenges

Data Centers Need Challenges

Businesses are generating huge amounts of data causing a considerable reliance on off-site storage facilities. These warehouse-sized  buildings are called ‘data centers’, and are beginning to emerge across urbanised areas. A growing population and the demand for larger homes are not the only pressures on existing Australian cities. Data centers will be the next planning

What is Computer Numerical Control?

Making Up Content With Micro Data

Computer Numerical Control is software that uses computer programming inputs to determine the functionality and movements of tools and machines operational in factories. The process has made several complex mechanisms and processes secure and convenient by eliminating the need for manual assistance in the factories. Complex processes like three-dimensional cutting, drilling, and milling have all

What Do You Mean by Information Visualization?

Information Visualization

Information visualization is the study of visual or interactive demonstration of the abstract data to support human cognition. Both non-numerical and numerical data are included in the form of abstract data like geographic and textual information. Information visualization is entirely different from scientific visualization. Information visualization is applied when spatial representation is selected and Scientific

The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Data Collection

City Leaders are selling us to Tech Giants. And it's Disturbing!

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is having fundamental impacts on so many different industries as well as our day to day lives. We can now use Siri and Alexa for multiple uses, we encounter customer service chatbots in our regular interactions with businesses, and there are even robots trading on the stock market. Data collection is just

Data Visualisation Methods | Graphs, Charts, Lines, Graphs

Data Visualization Methods

We are often overloaded with verbal information. However, the mind immediately rejects the need to read so much and prefers to have visual representations of the same data. This is data visualization. Good examples of data visualization are graphs and charts. Data visualization has applications in the formal presentations where you need to present numbers