Headline, April 21 2019/ ELECTIONEERING: ''' ''STAR WORLD SHOW'' '''


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The World Students Society begins its first call for Global Elections

Founders Vishnu and Lakshmi should ensure - to most respectfully and graciously', inform all of the above That should get the students of India to honor, stop and think.

The World at large is greatly honored and thank the ''Founder Global Framers'' and the Students of Proud Pakistan for bestowing on the Students of India : ''The Right Of The First Refusal''.

INSIGHTS - INTERNS : THE 2010s MADE ONE THING CLEAR : Tech is everywhere in life. Best get your saddle and spurs and sign up on The World Students Society.

Tech is in our homes with thermostats that heat up our residences before we walk through the door. It's in our cars with safety features that warn us about vehicles in adjacent lanes.

It's on put television sets, where many of us are streaming shows and movies through apps. We even wear it in the form of wristwatches that monitor our health.

In 2020 and the coming decade, those trends are likely to gather momentum. They were also on display at CES, an enormous consumer electronics trade show in Las Vegas that typically serves as window into the year's hottest tech developments.

Next-generation cellular technology known as 5G, which delivers data at mind-boggling speeds, is expected to take center stage as one of the most important topics.

We are also likely to see the evolution of smart homes, with Internet connected appliances such as refrigerators, televisions and vacuum cleaners working more seamlessly together - and with less human interaction required.

''The biggest thing is connected everything,'' said Carolina Milanesi, a technology analyst for the research firm at Creative Strategies. ''Anything in the home - will have more cameras, more mics, more sensors.''

If some of this sounds the same as last year, it is - but that's because new technologies often take time to mature. Here's what to watch in tech this year.


In the last few years, Amazon, Apple and Google have battled to become the center of our homes.

Their virtual assistants - Alexa, Siri and Google Assistant - respond to voice commands to play music from speakers, control light bulbs and activate robot vacuums.

Smart home products work well, but they are complicated to set up, so many people use virtual assistants just for basic tasks like setting a kitchen timer and checking the weather.

Then in December, Amazon, Apple and Google came to what appeared to be truce : They announced that were working together on a standard to help make smart home products compatible with one another.

On other words, when you buy an Internet-connected light bulb down the line that works with Alexa, it should also work with Siri and Google Assistant. This should help reduce confusion when shopping for home products and improve the ease with which connect gadgets work with one another.

Ms. Milanesi said that eliminating complexity was a necessary step for the tech giants to achieve their ultimate goal : seamless home automation without the need for people to tell the assistants what to do.

''You want the devices to talk to each other instead of me being the translator between the devices interactions,'' she said. ''If I open my door then the door can say to the lights that the door is open and therefore the lights need to turn on.''

If and when that happens, your home will truly - and finally- be very, very smart.

The Honor and Serving of the Latest Global Operational Research on Tech Products 2020, continues. The World Students Society thanks author Brain X Chen.

With respectful dedication to the Students Professors and Teachers of the World.

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