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2021 ◽  
Vol 2021 ◽  
pp. 1-6
Author(s):  
Min Liu ◽  
Jianjun Bu

In recent years, intelligent medical communication technology has developed rapidly, and the advancement of hardware technology has accelerated the development of software technology. Physical exercise breaks the limits of all aspects of the human body and requires scientific and reliable information. Industrial cameras realize collection and high-resolution image processing functions and use artificial intelligence to create conditions for collecting scientific data. With the powerful driving force of artificial intelligence, it is believed that physical education will develop to a new height. The intellectualization of physical education makes people expect that it will also bring some inevitable problems, but as long as we continue to overcome and improve, we believe that artificial intelligence will better serve physical education and benefit mankind. Artificial intelligence is the current trend of social development. This paper takes physical education as a breakthrough point to discuss the application of artificial intelligence in physical education. This paper uses the grey GM prediction model and questionnaire survey method to build an online education platform and develop an effective education model, which can integrate the country’s best educational resources and reduce time and space constraints. Providing a relaxing learning environment for education, one can learn anytime, anywhere. In a typical physical education system, the average self-efficacy score is converted from 20.48 points to 68.37 points, and the average self-score of physical education in the integrated artificial intelligence environment is converted from 30.25 points to 75.54 points. The data show that the quality of education has greatly improved.


2021 ◽  
Vol 2021 ◽  
pp. 1-9
Author(s):  
Zhidong Sun ◽  
Xueqing Li

With the rapid development of information technology, a scientific theory is brought by the rapid progress of science and technology. The advancement of science and technology of the impact on every field, changing the mode of transmission of information, the advent of big data for promotion and dissemination of resources played their part, let more and more people benefit. In the context of cloud computing, big data ushered in another upsurge of development and growth. Given this, the live broadcast training platform, which focuses on enterprise staff training and network education, arises at the right moment. People favor its convenience, real-time performance, and high efficiency. However, the low-value density of big data and cloud computing’s security problem has difficulties constructing a live broadcast training platform. In this paper, the live broadcast training platform’s structure is improved by constructing three modules: the live training module based on cloud computing, the user recommendation module based on big data, and the security policy guarantee module. In addition, to ensure that the trainees can receive training anytime and anywhere, this paper uses wireless communication technology to ensure the quality and speed of all users’ live video sources.


Author(s):  
Kristina Palm ◽  
Ann Bergman ◽  
Calle Rosengren

The boundaries between the work and non-work spheres have been challenged through the rapid development of information and communication technology (ICT). Individuals may easily engage in non-work (family and private) matters at work and during working hours. Prior research on emotions at work tends to understand all emotions at work as work related. By studying non-work matters managed through ICT in a diary study, we suggest that emotions at work are triggered both by work and non-work matters. Our research shows that these emotions can be both positive and negative and may come from actual engagement in private matters, or as a response to a need or a demand to address a private matter. Since emotions affect work performance, for example, we suggest that HR and managers take the causes of workplace emotions into consideration when addressing issues related to emotions at work.


2021 ◽  
Vol 6 (9) ◽  
pp. 521-527
Author(s):  
Sale Maikanti ◽  
Austin Chukwu ◽  
Moses Gideon Odibah ◽  
Moses Valentina Ogu

Globalization can be viewed from economic, cultural and socio-political perspectives including information and communication technology (ICT). In view of this, it is seen as the increasing empowerment of western cultural values including language, philosophy and world view. In many African countries Nigeria inclusive, English language which is the language of colonization is gradually becoming a global language due to its influence and subsequent adoption as the official language by many African nations which are largely multi-cultural and multilingual under the British colony. This trend has not only relegated the status of Nigerian Indigenous languages to the background but has also threatened their existence in Nigeria which accommodates over 500 native languages. If this trend is left unchecked, the ill-wind of globalization will gradually sweep the native languages including the so-called major ones (Hausa, Igbo and Yoruba) out of existence particularly in Nigeria. This paper discusses globalization as one of the major factors for language endangerment with respect to Nigeria as a nation, with a view to proffering possible solutions capable of sustaining and empowering the nation’s socio-cultural and economic stability.


2021 ◽  
Vol 2021 ◽  
pp. 1-5
Author(s):  
Hua Yin ◽  
Daming Wang ◽  
Jianwei Zou ◽  
Yaoting Zhu

The vigorous development of communication technology, especially the development of wireless network communication technology, has accelerated its informatization process in more and more industrial applications. In the field of monitoring and detection applications, the many advantages of wireless network transmission technology provide an important reference for high-quality compaction monitoring. Engineering practice shows that the construction technology of asphalt pavement is the ultimate guarantee of engineering quality. It is important to recognize that pavement performance is greatly influenced by interface bonding condition and interface failure can reduce the serviceability of pavements rather than their overall structural lifetime. This paper presents a laboratory test to investigate the bonding tensile performance between asphalt layers by tensile testing. The test methods and devices for determining the bond regarding tensile testing are summarized as follows. Different interface conditions have been analyzed herein: 0.2, 0.4, and 0.6 kg/m2 with corresponding emulsified asphalt (MA) and SBS-modified MA. It is found that the stress-strain relationship of tensile testing for interface bonding is similar with low-carbon steels and it can be categorized into four zones. The results of tensile strength and damage displacement are discussed which are key parameters in describing the interface bonding condition and evaluating pavement performance.


Author(s):  
Burhan Bungin ◽  
Hilda Yunita Wono ◽  
Ergita Jeny Ardane Shwari

Abstract—The current media communication technology is growing into an inevitability. This medium can make a world as big as an egg, and it can similarly build a harmony based on its will. The study revealed how communication media technologies are able to build a reality of harmony in society. The study employed a qualitative approach with a post-positivistic paradigm. The research took 5 informants and interviewed them. The results of the study, (1) communication media technology became the main key formed society 5.0. (2) The development of social media in various platforms and with all its advantages caused the mass media mind stream fall one by one. (3) Communication media technology into a medium can bring the far and away close, or in other words create harmony that is switched. (4) Communication media technology has an impact on the occurrence of hoaxes that are actually enemies of the state.


2021 ◽  
pp. 231971452110280
Author(s):  
Anup Kumar ◽  
Santosh Kumar Shrivastav ◽  
Sarbjit Singh Oberoi

Information and communication technology (ICT) has been the backbone of businesses for some time now. ICT adoption has rendered data availability in vertically connected organizations. In recent times, the rise of analytics has paved the way to rethink the structure and working of vertically connected firms within a supply chain. Big data analytics (BDA) for instance, has become a prominent tool to analyse unstructured data. This study explores the application and benefit of various types of analytics such as descriptive analytics, predictive analytics and prescriptive analytics in the process of supply chain management (SCM). Additionally, the study also looks at ways by which analytics could integrally be included within the SCM curriculum in higher education to prepare future supply chain analyst. Notably, the article is positioned for bridging the gap between the use of analytics in SCM, both from academia and the industry perspective.


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