Technology ፡ Can future video callers shake hands?
Age: The video call for the Coronavirus epidemic has cost millions of dollars.
The only way to get rid of the virus is to do housework.
Meetings and reviews were forced to move from a large table to a 16-inch screen.
The co-founder and CEO of Zum, Gidelelem, said that in the future, attendees would be able to sit at home and shake hands with the person at the other end of the screen.
He said he would bring coffee scents from one world to another with the help of technology.
Eric Yuan said this at a web meeting.
We can do this using artificial intelligence, says Yuan.
The manager predicts that although people are now accustomed to the virus, they will not stop working from home.
Not surprisingly, the man said that. He is a man of technology.
However, the stock market has plummeted after the manufacturer of the Faizer vaccine said it had found a vaccine against coronavirus.
However, Yuan thinks that people may go to their office for a few days a week, but it seems to be our new culture to work from home.
“The world will be a home and an office where we can work. This is something we should graciously accept,” said Juan.
“Believe me, I even do Zum video meetings up to 19 times a day, and I’m tired,” he said, noting the negative impact of video conferences.
He told the audience that he would ‘meditate’ every day for 15 minutes and think about what he could bring tomorrow.
The technology company estimates that three trillion minutes of Zum meetings will be held by the end of this year.
This has never been seen or heard of before.
There are complaints that the company needs to protect the safety and privacy of users.
People say we are experiencing ‘zombombing’. Here it is. When so many people use this network at once, the technology is confusing. It starts to fade.
But “we are doing as much as we can,” said Juan.
Zum was before the coronavirus. But before the outbreak, I was still growing up. His popularity was not so great.
Yuan says it was difficult to convince investors when the company began operations in 2011.
“I don’t remember how many times I received messages ‘go there’ – there were so many.” He said.
But in April 2019, he rang the bell at the New York Stock Exchange.
The market capitalization of the technology at the time was $ 9.2 billion.
The man applied to the United States 9 times and was denied 8 times.
Many testify that he was successful.
The man now has an estimated net worth of $ 18 billion. But he does not believe that his life has changed.
“When I look back at myself, my family, my work, I don’t think much has changed. Zum is the same. Says.