Advances in cloud computing and data and analytics, along with the growing number of tech-savvy millennials in the workforce, are driving a digital transformation that some say will hit business with an impact that could rival that of the personal computer.
Again, social media predicted the results, though surprising, better than traditional prediction methods. As much as there is been uncertainty during the last months, social media monitoring has proven its reliability once again. Image: Michael Vadon
Smart City technology in the last few years has mainly concentrated in the issues of networking, security, sensors and sharing open data. but a very rich source of information about the city has not yet been integrated in a meaningful way into the Smart City; people’s opinions.
Twitter lets me tell him if I don’t like a certain tweet. Why? The reason is simple: to enhance my timeline. Though the option is only available for iOS, it may change the way we use Twitter by allowing us to choose better what we see.
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