Rashed Ali Almansoori emphasizes on how Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning will turn out to be game-changers
To be in the race, it is important to evolve with time. Technology is booming and the new-age era has seen many changes. In the past, since the world met the internet, things changed and how. From the time of cellphones to smartphones, computers to portable laptops, things have seamlessly changed with social media taking over everyone. Earlier Facebook was considered only for chatting and now it has become a medium to make money by creating content. Besides this, there are many other platforms like YouTube, TikTok, and Instagram to earn in millions. One of the key social media players, Rashed Ali Almansoori is a digital genius with years of experience.
He is a tech blogger who believes to cope up with the latest trends. Being a digital creator, Rashed loves to create meaningful yet informative content about technology. “Authenticity is the key to establish your target audience over the web”, says the blogger. His other expertise includes web development, web designing, SEO building, and promoting brands over the digital domain. Rashed states that many businesses have taken the digital route considering the popular social media has given in the last decade. The coming decade will see many other innovations out of which Artificial Intelligence will be the main highlight among all.
The digital expert is currently learning the fundamentals of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML). “It would not be a surprise if machines perform tasks effectively than humans in the coming time. Upgrading yourself to stay in the game is the only solution”, quoted Rashed. By learning the courses, he aims to integrate them into his works. Bringing novelty in his work is what the blogger is doing and it will benefit him in the future. The past year, the 29-year old techie built a strong image of himself on social media and his website is garnering millions of visitors from the Middle East and other countries.
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