Algo’d (verb) al· go.d | \ ˈal-gə-ˌdid
Definition of Algo’d
1: a procedure for converting a human activity (i.e. work) to an automated process that can be performed by some type of computer-driven equipment or device guided in its operation by mathematical algorithms
2: solving an operational task in a finite number of steps that frequently involves repetition of an operation
3: a step-by-step procedure for performing a task to accomplishing some end
Yeah, Says Who?
One of the major trends, blending demographic changes with technology advances, is the onward march towards greater automation in our economy. That’s a fancy way of saying, “The robots are coming.” And they are not just that warm, fuzzy image we have of R2D2.Read More