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DateDate: 20-01-2018, 07:18

The application is designed to communicate entrepreneurs with customers WhatsApp has launched a free application WhatsApp Business, which is designed to communicate entrepreneurs with customers. This is stated in the company's blog. According to the developers, WhatsApp Business will help to separate personal and working correspondence, as well as serve as the "official representation" of companies in the messenger. "People all over the world use WhatsApp to communicate with small companies that are important to them - from a garage in Holland to a wine store in Georgia," the message says. In addition, the new application will allow companies to create business profiles describing the company's specialization and contacts - address, website and e-mail. WhatsApp Business provides the ability to track statistical indicators and create templates for quick answers to frequently asked questions and welcome messages describing the specifics of the business. In turn, ordinary users will be able to use WhatApps without having to download a new application. In this case, messages from business accounts can be blocked, as messages from other users. "Our 1.3 billion users will be much easier to correspond with companies that are important to them," WhatsApp said in a statement. The company also noted that over time, verification of business accounts will be introduced. The new application is available only for devices based on the Android operating system in the US, Indonesia, Italy, Mexico and the UK. In the coming weeks, the application will be available to other countries.
Read the full text here: https://www.rbc.ua/eng/news/whatsapp-zapustil-novoe-prilozhenie-chastnogo-1516401751.html

DateDate: 20-01-2018, 07:15

Zapata Ezfly is able to climb to a height of three kilometers and develop a speed of 150 kilometers per hour
The French company Zapata under the guidance of the inventor Frankie Zapata showed a prototype of a flying segway named Zapata Ezfly, created on the basis of the reactive hoverboard Flyboard Air.
Testing took place in Texas in October 2017. Zapata Ezfly took turns testing 10 people. It is noteworthy that several people from the test team wore military equipment. This is probably due to the fact that the US Department of Defense is interested in personal aircraft.
A distinctive feature of the device are two handles for which the pilot can hold. According to the creators, the segways can fly into the air for a distance of up to 3 kilometers (although in the tests the maximum height was 30 meters) and develop speeds of up to 150 kilometers per hour. The maximum flight time of Zapata Ezfly is 10 minutes.
As the New Atlas notes, the invention resembles a smaller but much more powerful prototype of the Hiller flying platform, which was built in the 1950s and tested by the US Army before the project was rolled up.
In December 2017, Zapata presented a jet jet Flyride. In contrast to previous developments, it can simultaneously be two people. Also the device is equipped with a self-balancing system so that the pilot always remains above the water.

DateDate: 20-01-2018, 07:12

The futuristic report provided by Gartner is interesting by many theses, but especially the experts were interested in the forecast of the development of artificial intelligence in emotional terms. According to experts, a logical continuation of the improvement of the AI algorithm will be communication with a person on an abstract level.
Fantasies predicting the development of robotics have always created a barrier between logic and the emotional component when communicating with a person and the machine that he created. That is, this was the threshold through which it is impossible to cross an artificial mind. At least, for moral and ethical reasons. However, experts from Gartner justified the forecast that in four years, assistants in personal devices will be able to communicate with the user on an emotional level.
In such an irrational vein, device manufacturers will find it easier to obtain from users consent to the adoption of imposed functions and services. Already now, in the training programs for artificial intelligence, responsible for the service in "smart" homes, algorithms are being implemented that can "calculate" the expressed preferences and wishes of the user.