The benefits of online learning are endless. Will the trend continue to prosper after we defeat COVID-19? EdSmart debunks the eLearning economy in the following infographic.
The market for digital therapeutics is assumed to be worth $7.8 billion by 2025. NursingSchoolHub explains how Digital Therapeutics works in the infographic below. Is DTx the next frontier in medicine?
Predictive Policing can stop crimes before they happen, but how ethical is it? Best MSW Programs explains how Predictive Policing works and the hidden social impact of crime stopping artificial intelligence.
In the U.S., 51% have felt burned out more than once. In the U.K., 1 in 3 employees blame technology for their job stress. Below, Online PhD Degrees explains the science behind chronic stress and how to avoid it.
What your smartphone’s camera lacks for in hardware, like optical zoom, it makes up for in algorithms. Do you know how you can shoot professional photography on your smartphone? uBreakiFix explains how in the infographic below.
Technology provides a way to show students a wider range of opportunities, and in-class video use and EdTech chatbots seem to be doing wonders. BestEducationDegrees explains how the future of education will become more personalized by implementing technology. What will the classrooms of the future look like?
By 2025, 2.5 million new healthcare workers will be needed, but there aren’t enough new graduates to fill these roles. VIE Healthcare explains the overlooked opportunities for cost reduction below. Does the future of hospitals lie in the hands of data-based decision making?
For Gen Z, it’s all about employment, but unemployment numbers don’t tell the whole story. In the following infographic, OnlineCollegePlan explains how Gen Z is doing college differently. Will Gen Z’s bet on education pay off?
58% of people check their email first thing in the morning, even before social media, news sites, or Google. By next year, 126.7 trillion emails will be sent every year. Is email really dead? TimeToReply says no, and explains why email responsiveness is important.
Accident loss and device theft are the biggest physical threats to your data. In 2018, credit and debit card fraud resulted in losses of nearly $28 billion. As data security grows more advanced, so do scammers. Computer Science Degree Hub explains how you can protect yourself from fraud and counterfeit in the infographic below.