Almost all experts agree that coding will become nearly as ubiquitous as literacy in the future. But the nature of coding in the future may be very different.
- Coding is increasingly being taught in high schools, and it's become a desirable skill even outside of the tech industry.
- Experts argue that coding is becoming the new literacy; a skill so fundamental that everyone should possess it to some degree.
- However, the nature of coding in the future is likely to be wildly different than it is today.
This MIT robot solves it faster than any human ever could. It's a world record.
- A robot developed by MIT students Ben Katz and Jared Di Carlo has set the world record for solving the Rubik's Cube.
- The fastest human record is held by Australian Feliks Zemdegs, who solved it in 4.22 seconds in 2018.
- The original-size Rubik's Cube (3x3x3) has 43 quintillion possible combinations – and one solution.
IT has been one of the fastest growing and most lucrative industries for a long time. But is that going to be true in the future?
- Considering the high wages and high demand, it's very tempting to learn to code and join the IT industry.
- While official projections say that this industry will stay strong and lucrative for a long time, some experts disagree.
- Individuals such Mark Cuban and Andrew Yang believe that automation is going to come for the IT industry too and that the valuable skill set of the future might not be what you'd expect.
Hackers are demanding a bitcoin ransom.
- Some 10,000 of Charm City's computers were attacked.
- Important day-to-day city functions are out of commission.
- Many municipalities are believed to be under-protected from hackers.
When he first became a multi-millionaire, Elon Musk shared how his vision led to success.
- Elon Musk saw that you could make money on the internet back in 1995, when most people didn't.
- He explains that he's not interested in money as much as in starting companies.
- Musk likes to pursue new ideas like a "new game."