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afresh broadcast a predictive analysis paper in its “Technology at Work” series, wherein a number of experts lay out the future of human employment. The co-director for the Oxford Martin Programme on Technology and Employment, Carl Benedikt Frey, writes “Retail is one industry in which application is likely to vanish.”

The cannabis industry is accepted to add more than 250,000 jobs over the next five years according to Vangst, a talent scout agency focused on the marijuana sector. To abode this issue the aggregation today apparent Vangsters —  an Indeed for weed.

Somewhere in the world there’s apparently a developer alive on an algorithm that can accurately adumbrate the year in which future technology will become accessible. According to a report by Gartner, a technology assay and assay company, that technology should be boilerplate in the next two years – if it’s based on deep learning.

Android Oreo, the eighth abundance of the world-dominating Android operating system, was only turned loose to the public last week. However, it’s already being met with the same armada of questions that greet every new major OS advancement when developers start accepting their hands on it. What’s new? And how can I use those new appearance to whip up some really cool, groundbreaking apps?