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Fourth Industrial Revolution is changing how we live, work and communicate. It’s reshaping every aspect of our life. It changes things that we value and the way we value them.

“The Fourth Industrial Revolution, finally, will change not only what we do but also who we are. It also develop our careers, cultivate our skills, meet people and nurture relationships”   -Klaus Schwab

New Technologies can be powerful agents for good. It can improve the lives of billions of people through education and easy access informations. And also the continuous increase of devices and networks. Through these innovations it can create global village that brings billions of people in the global economy. Where they can give people opportunities to learn and give new identities as they see potential for themselves.  

“We have to win this race between the growing power of the technology, and the growing wisdom with which we manage it. We don’t want to learn from mistakes.”  - Max Tegmark

Fourth Industrial Revolution has the key to change the world positively, but we have to be aware that technologies can have negative effect if we don’t think how they can change us. We need to remember our values as we’re building with this technologies. People have deep relationship with technologies. They are how we create our world, and we have to develop them with care. That is why it is important that we begin it right.

“Let us together shape a future that works for all by putting people first, empowering them and constantly reminding ourselves that all of these new technologies are first and foremost tools made by people for people.” —Klaus Schwab

People are asking whether the Fourth Industrial Revolution is the road to a better future for all. The power of technology is increasing rapidly and facilitating extraordinary levels of innovation. And as we know, more people and things in the world are becoming connected. But that doesn’t necessarily pave the way for a more open, diverse, and inclusive global society. The lessons of previous industrial revolutions include the realization that technology and its wealth generation can serve the interests of small, powerful groups above the rest. Powerful new technologies built on global digital networks can be used to keep societies under undue surveillance while making us vulnerable to physical and cyberattacks. These are the challenges we can face to make sure the combination of technology and politics together don’t create disparities that hinder people.

“The Fourth Industrial Revolution can compromise humanity’s traditional sources of meaning—work, community, family, and identity or it can lift humanity into a new collective and moral consciousness based on a sense of shared destiny. The choice is ours.”

-Klaus Schwab

The innovations in artificial intelligence, biotechnology, robotics, and other emerging technologies are going to redefine what it means to be human and how we engage with one another and the planet. Our capabilities and our potential will all evolve along with the technologies we create.

Even though there are some negative effects, we have to consciously build positive values into the technologies we create, think about how they are to be used, and design them with ethical application in mind and in support of collaborative ways of preserving what’s important to us

You, as a person, citizen, employee, investor, and social influencer, are a critical stakeholder in the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Sharing your thoughts on the technologies and what you value as this revolution unfolds is essential. The world we create through technologies can shape our lives and is the one we pass on to the next generation.


Past meets Present: Choosing between Intel Core i9 vs. i7; What really fits your needs?

Intel released a new processor to defeat its own past. IntelCore i9 finally reveals its specs and performance while soaring its way through the last mainframe which is the Intel Core i7.
Let’s find out if you will change your perspective for the “latest” or you will stay with the “I-only-need-the-simple-and-basic” techie.

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The Intel Core i9 (or so-called Coffee Lake) is LGA 2066 socket while the i7 (or so-called Sky Lake) is LGA 1151. And about its Base Clock is 3.3GHz while the i7 is 4.2 GHz. The Turbo is 4.3 GHz and the i7 is 4.5 GHz. What makes you say “wow” is that, Intel Core i9 has 10-12 cores while the Intel Core i7 has only 4 cores. Means it has rapid speed, you can do ‘more’ tasks, render better videos, play games better, and better 3D design. And another thing is i9 has 20 threads while i7 has only 8. They’re both unlocked multiplier, but i9 has no integrated CPU while Core i7 has HD Graphics 630. The i9 is better with 13.75MB L3 Cache because i7 has only 8MB. And the last thing for this is they’re both 14nm lithography/technology. But brace yourself with its price! The Intel Core i7 is just ₱17,000 more or less while the Intel Core i9 is triple because its ₱100,000lesser or greater.

Although it seems like Intel Core i9 looks like the greatest processor you’ll ever encountered, some gamers says they don’t need it.You don’t need to spend multiple of its price for it only progress 20% of the last CPU. Intel Core i7 is well-known for its good gaming experience, better streaming, editing and rendering. But some says i9 is maybe worth-it for it is better in 3D modeling, better rendering and the most of it, “edition”.

Originally posted by xenoself

So technically speaking, before buying a new edition of processor, I suggest that you should give your PC a quick overview of its performance. Just go to your “Control Panel”, select “System and Security” and click “System”. With this, you could easily decide what to use for good.

But if you’re still undecided what to choose between the two, I should suggest that you should go for a desktop or laptop that is known for good production of office jobs, school-based work, or just good at amending your passion in multimedia aspects.
I should suggest that Intel Core i7 fits your necessity. Because you can make a product with its capacity or aptitude.
But if you’re a potent worker that requires processor with multi-thread, for example, rendering 3D designs/scenes, editting a video, a gamer or Youtuber that streams to Twitch/Mixer while gaming, or a programmer that develops a full stack workload/application, I suggest you need to unbox a newly edition Intel Core i9 for better and best job/work experience ever. Trust me.


  -        Raster files: Digital images created or captured as a set of samples of a given space. A raster is a grid of x and y coordinates on a display space (z for three-dimensional coordinates). It identifies which of these coordinates to illuminate in monochrome or colour values. Sometimes is referred as a bitmap because it contains information that is directly mapped to the display grid. It is a difficult to modify file and larger than a vector file. Examples of this kind of files: BMP, TIFF, GIF, and JPEG.

-          Pixel grids: It is a physical point in a raster image, or the smallest addressable element in an all points addressable display device; so it is the smallest controllable element of a picture represented on the screen.

-        Bit depth: Refers to the colour information stored in an image. The higher the bit depth of an image, the more colours it can store.

-        Resolution:                                      
It is a measure used to describe the sharpness and clarity of an image or picture.

-        Vector files: Constructed using mathematical formulas rather than individual coloured blocks, vector file types such as EPS, AI and PDF (depending how the PFD is create it can be a raster file)        


-       x, y and z coordinate systems:

-        Anti- alias: Technique used in digital imaging to reduce the visual defects that occur when high-resolution images are presented in a lower resolution.

-         Aspect ratio: Image projection attribute that describes the proportional relationship between the width of an image and its height. For example: 16:9

-       Colour pallets: It is the full range of colours that can be displayed on a device screen or in some cases, a collection of colours and tools for use in illustration programs.


We would like you to provide written and Illustrative evidence that demonstrates that you understand how graphic file storage and visual data systems work on a computer.  To do this can you provide both illustrative and annotated evidence of the following:

-        Describe a range of graphic file format types and how they work:

o   GIF: it is “lossless” only for images with 256 colours or less. When the image contains many colours, the software several algorithms to approximate the colours

o   TIFF: it is used almost exclusively as a lossless image storage format that uses no compression at all. Big size of files.

o   PNG: lossless storage format. The difference with TIFF is that with PNG we can compress the size of the files.

o   PSD/PSP: Format used in graphic programs.The format allows you to keep editing the image.

o   RAW: It is lossless, although there are different RAW formats. It is similar to TIFF, but in a smaller file size.

o   JPG: it works by analysing images and discarding the information that the eye is least likely to notice. It stores information as 24 bit colour. The compression can be adjusted.

-        Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of lossy and lossless file compression:

Lossy algorithms accept some degradation in the image in order to achieve smaller file size. It might store colour information at a lower resolution than the image itself, since the eye is not so sensitive to changes in colour over a small distance. However, the lossless compression algorithm discards no information. It looks for a recurring pattern in the file, and replace each occurrence with a short abbreviation by cutting the file size.

-        How is metadata and meta files used in computer graphics?

-        What type file naming conventions are commonly used?


-        The importance of file management and file location:


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