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The Digital World Expected to Inject Billions into the Economy

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PRNewsWire confirms that Digital Realty predicts that the AI, blockchain, IoT and 5G industries will rake in over USD721 Billion in revenure by 2029. Whether it's new businesses, new industries or new public services, the top 10 cities that are predicted to be leaders in that aspect are the following: New York City, Los Angeles, Tokyo, San Francisco, Singapore, London, Chicago, Toronto, Paris and Hong Kong. This growth comes as no surprise when we factor in how many emails we receive, digital transactions we initiate and internet searches we make. The revenues generated from data is known as the data economy. "We wanted to build on previous reports and uncover the role cities will play in the future data economy," says Chris Sharp, CTO of Digital Realty.


The Digital World Expected to Inject Billions into the Economy

#artificialintelligence

PRNewsWire confirms that Digital Realty predicts that the AI, blockchain, IoT and 5G industries will rake in over USD721 Billion in revenure by 2029. Whether it's new businesses, new industries or new public services, the top 10 cities that are predicted to be leaders in that aspect are the following: New York City, Los Angeles, Tokyo, San Francisco, Singapore, London, Chicago, Toronto, Paris and Hong Kong. This growth comes as no surprise when we factor in how many emails we receive, digital transactions we initiate and internet searches we make. The revenues generated from data is known as the data economy. "We wanted to build on previous reports and uncover the role cities will play in the future data economy," says Chris Sharp, CTO of Digital Realty.


Planning Better Cities With AI And Big Data-Part One

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Our cities are growing at an uncontrollable rate. The UN estimates that there are now 33 megacities with a population of over 10 million, (five in India and six- or more-in China), and the largest city in the world, Tokyo, has close to 37.5 million people. As cities sprawl into green space and their inhabitants endure increasingly cramped and polluted conditions, accurate planning about how urban spaces function is more important than ever. With the climate crisis looming, data and new technology could be our best option to create more liveable and sustainable cities. Part one of this series will focus on visualizing how cities are growing, how to plan them more accurately and sustainably, and explore how smart technologies can make cities more efficient now and in the future.


Planning Better Cities With AI And Big Data--Part One

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Our cities are growing at an uncontrollable rate. The UN estimates that there are now 33 megacities with a population of over 10 million, (five in India and six--or more--in China), and the largest city in the world, Tokyo, has close to 37.5 million people. As cities sprawl into green space and their inhabitants endure increasingly cramped and polluted conditions, accurate planning about how urban spaces function is more important than ever. With the climate crisis looming, data and new technology could be our best option to create more livable and sustainable cities. Part one of this series will focus on visualizing how cities are growing, how to plan them more accurately and sustainably, and explore how smart technologies can make cities more efficient now and in the future.


The Amazing Ways How L'Oréal Uses Artificial Intelligence To Drive Business Performance 7wData

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L'Oréal as a global cosmetics and beauty care company (the largest in the world), but you might not be aware of the company's commitment to research, innovation, and technology. In fact, since 2012, L'Oréal operates its own technology incubator, a group that operates like a start-up but focused on where beauty and technology meet. Here's an overview of the company's incubator and some other ways they are using artificial intelligence such as with its AI-powered digital skin diagnostic. L'Oréal's first incubator lab was located in New Jersey, but it now also operates additional labs in San Francisco, Paris, and Tokyo that are focused on a small number of products--a mix of apps and wearables and objects to help cosmetics be connected and customized to meet the specific needs of each customer. The incubator partners with entrepreneurs and academia to develop the latest and greatest products by using technology.