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Quantum Computing: Building Qubits from Silicon

By Dick Weisinger

Next-generation computers are expected to be based on principles from quantum computing. Computers of the future are expected to be able to performs many orders of magnitude faster than the computers we use today. While the foundation of computers today

Software: Facebook’s ‘Walled Garden’ Vision

By Dick Weisinger

Dissatisfied with Mac OS and Google’s Android on smartphones, Facebook is investing in the development of a new Operating Systems. The approach would allow Facebook to be a “walled garden” that would allow it total control over all aspects of

Edge Computing: Doing Computing Locally

By Dick Weisinger

Number 6 on Gartner’s list of top 10 Technology Trends for 2020 is Edge Computing, a computing architecture where computing is performed on non-centralized devices located on the fringe of a network. The Edge Computing Model is basically the inverse

RPA + AI: Taking Robotic Automation to the Next Level

By Dick Weisinger

Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is the automation of human tasks. An example of RPA is the automation of the work performed by a data entry operator, for example, recognizing the handwriting on scanned images of application forms and then automatically

Data Privacy: California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)

By Dick Weisinger

The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has come to the US, or at least first to California. California’s CCPA law, also known as AB 375, is GDPR-like in formulation and sets standards for how private data held by businesses