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How Does Blockchain Development Help in COVID-19?

Since the onset of COVID-19 and physical distancing measures, organizations and government bodies have urgently needed blockchain processes and technologies that can facilitate contactless, transparent distribution of vital data. Data is a powerful asset in fighting pandemics, and blockchain-enabled technologies create more secure, transparent, and high-performance environments to help mitigate future crises like COVID-19. For […]

The Future of Work: The First Technology Wave

In the first tech wave of COVID-19, we have seen a rise in fields like software, financial, digital media, information technology, big data, cloud computing, communications, e-commerce and adoption of artificial intelligence. This will continue to gain momentum. To deal with the volume of government and health care inquiries, IBM’s Watson and Google’s AI technologies were […]

No hard hats. No shovels. No live speeches. York University Celebrates Twisted New Building with a Virtual Groundbreaking Site

The twisted new building is going to be big, but the need is even bigger than the building. York University is constructing the first dedicated structure for its School of Continuing Studies. The new building, located at York University’s Keele campus, will serve as home to the School, helping to meet some of the increasing […]

School of Continuing Studies on Collision Conference Day 3

#CollisionfromHome is making its mark as conversations heat up between tech entrepreneurs and journalists, venture capitalists and activists, all bringing their insights to bear on global challenge and change in 2020. With 130,000 platform-hosted attendee chats sparked by the presentations, Day 2 brought together diverse perspectives on everything from climate to politics in the digital information age—and tech’s role as both a source of controversy and a force for good.  The third and final day features another […]

How Has COVID-19 Shifted Data Analytics?

The COVID-19 pandemic has provided a new lens to look at data analytics. We see graphics everywhere and it raises some important questions. Not just about the value of data as we understand it, but also about opening, sharing and using data. “The current situation has highlighted some of the challenges we face with data […]