Not long ago, the only portal online was through a stationary, boxlike screen. But times have changed. Today, the list of connectivity-capable devices stretches on almost indefinitely.
The United States is lacking when it comes to providing fintech regulation, according to the Government Accountability Office (GAO) and a report from the PEW Trust.
There are a huge variety of gaming systems currently on the market, but it’s currently impossible to search across all gaming platforms to see exactly what games exist and who is playing them/creating them. It’s also very tough for undiscovered developers to get recognized, and players don’t really “own” the assets they earn.
The gaming industry has always been dependent on technology to offer users next-level adventure. The primary goal for software developers is an enhanced user experience and a happy audience, which means a constant search for new ideas.
Fintech is a blanket term that applies to financial technology. It is used to describe payment and banking apps as well as AI and machine-learning apps that analyze transactional data.
Since the inception of the US banking system, change in the financial services industry has been slow to come. But historic trends of sluggish progress in finance might soon be a fixture of the past, thanks to recent technological advances in systems for storing and exchanging money.
It doesn’t take much computing power to actually run classic games, but things get a bit more complex when it comes to preserving — and even improving on — the details that defined history’s greatest titles.
For years, we’ve witnessed a wave of digital disruption crash over entire industries, sending traditional products and services tumbling into the undertow of obsolescence.
The successful integration of AI tech into daily life has sped innovation leaps and bounds past the chess-dominating curiosity that was the state of AI only a short time ago.
Among a consumer landscape where opinions are exchanged nonstop, some manufacturers are experimenting with a more democratized development model: one in which products are purposely released incomplete and loosely designed.
India’s digital gaming market is exploding like never before. Spurred by hefty investments from tech giants like Tencent, Youzou, Paytm and more, the country’s digital gaming industry is now worth $890 billion. Indian game development studios have multiplied in kind, growing in number from 25 in 2010 to nearly 250 today. The growth spurt shows no signs of slowing, as experts predict the value of India’s mobile gaming market will climb to $1.1 billion by 2020.
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Gaming and technology advancement has taken on a new look in China. Integrating both online and offline games, the aim is to transform how the “player” experiences the game. One company, in particular, is already making waves: Rokid Co Ltd. In fact, just one year ago, Rokid received a patent award in Silicon Valley for its new AI creation.
Rokid, a Hangzhou-based AI firm, produced an AI addition to the already popular and fun card game, Werewolf. In this game, players use simple reasoning alo...