Are you going to CES? We’ll be there. We expect to see some exciting breakthroughs in virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR) and mixed reality (MR) as well as new innovations in pro-audio equipment, Internet of Things (IoT) devices, and much more. It looks like the augmented reality presence at this year’s CES will be double what it was last year, so there will be plenty of new AR and VR devices to experience. If you need a development firm to help you with your AR device, let us know. (more…)
An article published in Wired controversially predicts “The End of Code.” That’s an effective way to get the attention of people who code for a living. Let’s explore what this means for professional coders like myself and my A&L colleagues; for our clients who hire us to write code; and for society as a whole.
Is coding as a human activity going away?
No, coding isn’t going away in the foreseeable future. The article emphasizes that its headline prediction is still an unknown possibility, a plausible bit of science fiction. Coders remain in high demand today, and the successes of artificial intelligence, while impressive, are still growing within relatively narrow and confined domains. Today’s CS students can breathe a sigh of relief because the robots haven’t jumped the fences just yet. (more…)