Computers are nearly at par with humans when it comes to facial recognition

Facial recognition or identification has for a long time been used by law enforcement officers and forensic experts for tracking down antisocial and recognizing badly mutilated corpses. Nowadays, face recognition technology (in the form of software applications) is finding increasing application in other spheres of human activity. If recent studies and researches are to be …

Why Social Media is Essential for a Small Business

Whether you manage a huge brand or own a small business, it’s mandatory to maintain an online presence, especially on social media platforms. However, nowadays, the latter is in a bigger need of social signals, because, after all, we’re talking about a small business which is still unknown and needs all the promotion it can …

What Type of Content would Facebook allow You to Post

Every day, people use Facebook to share their stories and connect with their companions. But, when people find a great way to communicate, the company has clarified what people can’t post on the social networking site. According to the multi-page content guidelines, 7500 content moderators have decided what type of content is acceptable. While it’s …

Top SEO Trends for 2018

The new 2018 is rapidly approaching, which means it’s time to learn about the main SEO-trends that he is preparing to meet him fully armed. 1. Voice Search According to Google statistics, today every fifth search query is a voice search. At the same time, the popularity of digital assistants continues to gain momentum. Such …

Facebook Messages Won’t Replace Traditional E-Mail, Poll Says

EWeek.com (2010-11-28) — Facebook Messages isn’t likely to replace users’ e-mail accounts, according to a poll conducted by the Wall Street Journal. Still, analysts believe it will have an impact. More than 62 percent of over 3,680 participants in a recent online poll said they wouldn’t use Facebook Messages as their primary e-mail service. Some 17 …

Could Facebook fragment web?

According to [Guardian.com.uk], Facebook, LinkedIn and other social networking sites represent “one of several threats” to the future of the world wide web. Some of the web’s “most successful inhabitants”, such as Facebook and large telecoms companies, have begun to “chip away” at its founding principles, Berners-Lee wrote in a Scientific American journal essaypublished today. Social networking sites …