How to Make Money Online from Two Artificial Intelligence Applications (without any Coding Skills): Plus Eight Simple Ways to Create Passive Income by Steve FrankTechnology is rapidly evolving, and it has become part of our daily lives such that we can hardly do anything today without it. There has been an unprecedented surge in the use of technology in every aspect of our lives.
One of the leading trends in the evolution of technology is artificial intelligence (A.I). A.I has a very wide scope of application and it is being used in unimaginable ways. For instance, it is being used in transportation to develop driverless cars, it has been adopted in retail where physical stores are operating without cashiers and some retail giants are developing robots to do routine tasks like cleaning, stocking shelves etc. It is also being used in travel and tourism where hotels are using robots developed with A.I to welcome guests and check them into their hotel rooms. These are just a few examples, the applications of A.I are almost endless.
This has presented amazing opportunities for anybody to take advantage of and create a source of income even if you do not have any coding or programming skills.
This book discusses how you can take advantage of two popular and common A.I applications to create a sustainable income and also discusses other passive income streams that you can utilize to grow your income.
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30 years of Fairytale of New York: 10 true tales behind the Pogues' Christmas favourite
The hit, which reached number one in the Irish charts that year, is considered one of the most beloved and most played Christmas songs of all times. Fairytale of New York is hands down the best Christmas song ever, absolutely no debate about it. It would never have been such a big hit without her. The song came under fire recently as a well-known radio presented questioned whether the word "faggot" should be censored. The statement caused widespread debate, forcing MacGowan to defend the meaning of the original lyrics. For context, this was posted to indicate there was not a homophobic intention to the controversial word in A Fairytale of New York, after Shane McGowan said he didn't have a problem with it being beeped out pic. Read More: Shane MacGowan marries at 60 to his long-term partner.
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Once upon a time a band set out to make a Christmas song. Not about snow or sleigh rides or mistletoe or miracles, but lost youth and ruined dreams. A song in which Christmas is as much the problem as it is the solution. A kind of anti-Christmas song that ended up being, for a generation, the Christmas song. That song, Fairytale of New York by the Pogues , has just been reissued to mark its 25th anniversary; it has already re-entered the Top 20 every December since , and shows no sign of losing its appeal. It is loved because it feels more emotionally "real" than the homesick sentimentality of White Christmas or the bullish bonhomie of Merry Xmas Everybody , but it contains elements of both and the story it tells is an unreal fantasy of s New York dreamed up in s London.
The performer, who wrote the song in , has explained the reasoning behind one controversial lyric, which provokes debate every Christmas. The hit, frequently named the greatest Christmas song in history , includes the lyrics "You scumbag, you maggot, you cheap lousy faggot". Some people think the word faggot, sung by the late Kirsty MacColl, should be censored because the word is used as an offensive slur against gay people. She is a woman of a certain generation at a certain time in history and she is down on her luck and desperate. BBC Radio 1 took the decision to censor the song in before swiftly changing its stance following a public outcry. Shane MacGowan performing Image: Mirrorpix Get the biggest Daily stories by email Subscribe We will use your email address only for the purpose of sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights.