Google MayDay Algorithm Update

If your site has seen a decrease it traffic in the past month, it may be because of a Google algorithm update that’s been dubbed “Mayday” by the search community. The change, which took effect around the beginning of May, especially impacted large sites that get a sizable amount of their traffic from so-called long-tail queries. While some sites have been impacted minimally by the change, other webmasters have been reporting near-catastrophic drops in traffic.

Matt Cutts, head of Google’s webspam team, says the tweak “changes how we assess which sites are the best match for long-tail queries.” The algorithm update went through a vetting process, according to Cutts, and it is not tied to the long-awaited infrastructure change known as “Caffeine.” At Search Engine Land, former Googler Vanessa Fox noted: “Before, pages that didn’t have high quality signals might still rank well if they had high relevance signals. And perhaps now, those high relevance signals don’t have as much weight in ranking if the page doesn’t have the right quality signals.”

Google takes into account a wide variety of ranking factors when determining which sites deserve prominent placements, including the number of quality inbound links, anchor text and on-page content. As Google officials see it, the latest algorithm update weeds out sites that were lacking in the relevancy department for the queries on which they were previously ranking. Since the sites were not reviewed manually, some highly relevant and useful pages were likely among the casualties.

If your rankings have plummeted, your best bet is to enhance the quality of the content on the dropped pages. Make sure they’re useful and relevant to visitors, not just aimed at obtaining visitors. Not only will this help your site rank better, it could also increase your conversion rate.

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The global digital twin market is set for meteoric growth with one region in particular driving adoption. 

0:00 Introduction to the Digital Twin Market  
1:14 Digital Twins in Olympic Swimming Training  
2:58 US Government's Strategic Plan for Digital Twin Technology  
4:45 Solar Cell Digital Twins for Rapid Production  
6:20 GR1 Humanoid Robot and Digital Twin Integration  
8:47 Xiaomi's Fully Automated Smart Factory  
10:10 Nvidia's PlaMo Technology for Humanoid Movements  
11:08 Dell and Nvidia's AI Factory  
12:53 Siemens and Microsoft's Digital Twin Language Collaboration  
13:53 Gillette Stadium's Digital Twin Transformation  
14:53 Porsche's Digital Twins for EV Batteries

According to a new report from Allied Market Research, the digital twin market will rise from $6.5 billion in 2021 to $125.7 billion by 2030. 

The expected compound annual growth rate is nearly 40 percent. 

Digital twins are virtual replicas of real-life entities that provide deep insights for predicting and optimizing performance across sectors. 

Allied Market Research says the automotive and transportation are especially driving demand, aiming to develop more efficient and innovative vehicles. 

Asia-Pacific is expected to be the fastest growing region, accordion gto the research, with strong economic growth necessitating automation with significant investments in Internet of things and smart technology. 

The previous digital twin roundup: https://youtu.be/ZdNbOXb1yGA?si=wVPPnR3h_p4WF20Z

Digital Twin 100 Year Timeline: https://youtu.be/7PQdAebY5FI?si=3s1ZNdM2ZEVvXVj6

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The global digital twin market is set for meteoric growth with one region in particular driving adoption.

0:00 Introduction to the Digital Twin Market
1:14 Digital Twins in Olympic Swimming Training
2:58 US Government's Strategic Plan for Digital Twin Technology
4:45 Solar Cell Digital Twins for Rapid Production
6:20 GR1 Humanoid Robot and Digital Twin Integration
8:47 Xiaomi's Fully Automated Smart Factory
10:10 Nvidia's PlaMo Technology for Humanoid Movements
11:08 Dell and Nvidia's AI Factory
12:53 Siemens and Microsoft's Digital Twin Language Collaboration
13:53 Gillette Stadium's Digital Twin Transformation
14:53 Porsche's Digital Twins for EV Batteries

According to a new report from Allied Market Research, the digital twin market will rise from $6.5 billion in 2021 to $125.7 billion by 2030.

The expected compound annual growth rate is nearly 40 percent.

Digital twins are virtual replicas of real-life entities that provide deep insights for predicting and optimizing performance across sectors.

Allied Market Research says the automotive and transportation are especially driving demand, aiming to develop more efficient and innovative vehicles.

Asia-Pacific is expected to be the fastest growing region, accordion gto the research, with strong economic growth necessitating automation with significant investments in Internet of things and smart technology.

The previous digital twin roundup: https://youtu.be/ZdNbOXb1yGA?si=wVPPnR3h_p4WF20Z

Digital Twin 100 Year Timeline: https://youtu.be/7PQdAebY5FI?si=3s1ZNdM2ZEVvXVj6

#digitaltwin #digitaltransformation #technology #technews #techtrends #ainews #artificialintelligence #iiot #industry40 #smartmanufacturing #asiapacific #digitalengineering #digitaltools #predictivemaintenance #predictiveanalytics #predictivemodeling

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Digital Twins: 2024 Olympics, 40% CAGR, US Strategy, Dark Factories, Solar Cells, Humanoids & More

Kalil 4.0 July 16, 2024 2:19 am

0:00 Introduction
0:22 GR-1 General Purpose Humanoid Robot Improvements
1:20 Teaching Unitree H1 General Purpose Humanoid Robot to Dance
2:15 About Unitree Robotics H1
2:41 JR West Giant Humanoid Robot for Japan Railway Maintenance
3:21 Nvidia's PlaMo (Plan and Move) for Realistic Humanoid Movements
4:50 Shanghai's Governance Guidelines for Humanoid Robots
5:49 Nio Tests Kuavo Humanoid for EV Manufacturing
6:40 China's Open-Source Humanoid Robot
7:25 Figure 1 Humanoid Robot Starts at BMW
8:06 Apollo Humanoid Robot Deployed for GXO Logistics
8:47 Sanctuary AI Secures AGI Funding
9:27 Ex-Robots Hyper Realistic Robots
10:19 Brain Chip Technology Brings Human Robot Hybrids Closer to Reality
10:57 Human Tissue Attached to Robot Face
11:30 Empathetic Humanoid Robot
12:10 Tesla's Optimus Humanoid Robot Starts Factory Work
13:54 HumanPlus Boxing Robot
14:42 Japanese Driving Robot
15:21 XBot L Climbs the Great Wall of China
16:01 1X Technology's Eve Humanoid Robot
16:40 Conclusion 

The humanoid robotic market is evolving at breakneck speed. It’s nearly impossible for anyone to keep up with the nonstop advancements and announcements. The following are some of the most notable recent developments. Remember to subscribe to stay up to speed, and use the comment section to suggest robots for future roundups.

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0:00 Introduction
0:22 GR-1 General Purpose Humanoid Robot Improvements
1:20 Teaching Unitree H1 General Purpose Humanoid Robot to Dance
2:15 About Unitree Robotics H1
2:41 JR West Giant Humanoid Robot for Japan Railway Maintenance
3:21 Nvidia's PlaMo (Plan and Move) for Realistic Humanoid Movements
4:50 Shanghai's Governance Guidelines for Humanoid Robots
5:49 Nio Tests Kuavo Humanoid for EV Manufacturing
6:40 China's Open-Source Humanoid Robot
7:25 Figure 1 Humanoid Robot Starts at BMW
8:06 Apollo Humanoid Robot Deployed for GXO Logistics
8:47 Sanctuary AI Secures AGI Funding
9:27 Ex-Robots Hyper Realistic Robots
10:19 Brain Chip Technology Brings Human Robot Hybrids Closer to Reality
10:57 Human Tissue Attached to Robot Face
11:30 Empathetic Humanoid Robot
12:10 Tesla's Optimus Humanoid Robot Starts Factory Work
13:54 HumanPlus Boxing Robot
14:42 Japanese Driving Robot
15:21 XBot L Climbs the Great Wall of China
16:01 1X Technology's Eve Humanoid Robot
16:40 Conclusion

The humanoid robotic market is evolving at breakneck speed. It’s nearly impossible for anyone to keep up with the nonstop advancements and announcements. The following are some of the most notable recent developments. Remember to subscribe to stay up to speed, and use the comment section to suggest robots for future roundups.

#humanoidrobot #humanoid #tesla #optimus #nvidia #robot #robots #robotics #artificialintelligence #ainews #techtrends #futuretech #futuretechnology

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Kalil 4.0 July 13, 2024 1:56 am

Shanghai released China’s first governance guidelines for humanoid robots during the 2024 World Artificial Intelligence Conference.

0:00 - Introduction and Overview
0:03 - Shanghai's Governance Guidelines for Humanoid Robots
1:00 - Nio's Testing of Quavo with Huawei's Harmony OS
2:05 - Hyperrealistic Robots by EX Robots
2:56 - National Local Joint Humanoid Robot Innovation Center's King Long
3:41 - Human Stem Cell Brain in Robots by Tianjin University
4:19 - Emotional Humanoid Robot by Fudan University
5:02 - XL Climbing the Great Wall by Robot Era
5:37 - Conclusion and Call for Suggestions

An array of humanoid robots were showcased during the conference, including the Unitree Robotics H1, a Chinese full-size general purpose humanoid robot capable of running as well as Tesla’s Optimus.

The guidelines emphasize the need for a reliable industrial supply chain and the integration of robotics across sectors where humans currently perform dangerous tasks.

Humanoid robots took center stage at the AI conference as China aggressively aims to take over the humanoid robotic market.

By 2025, the Chinese government wants to mass produce humanoid robots by nurturing a few large-scale companies, creating a cluster of specialized small and medium-sized enterprises, and fostering industrial hubs dedicated to humanoids.

The following are just some of the latest developments in Chinese humanoid robotics.

Remember to suggest robots that should be included in future roundups.

#humanoidrobot #humanoid #unitree #china #robots #robotics #industry40  #technews #techtrends #waic #futuretech #futuretechnology #ainews #artificialintelligence #airobot #airobots

Shanghai released China’s first governance guidelines for humanoid robots during the 2024 World Artificial Intelligence Conference.

0:00 - Introduction and Overview
0:03 - Shanghai's Governance Guidelines for Humanoid Robots
1:00 - Neo's Testing of Quavo with Huawei's Harmony OS
2:05 - Hyperrealistic Robots by EX Robots
2:56 - National Local Joint Humanoid Robot Innovation Center's King Long
3:41 - Human Stem Cell Brain in Robots by Tianjin University
4:19 - Emotional Humanoid Robot by Fudan University
5:02 - XL Climbing the Great Wall by Robot Era
5:37 - Conclusion and Call for Suggestions

An array of humanoid robots were showcased during the conference, including the Unitree Robotics H1, a Chinese full-size general purpose humanoid robot capable of running as well as Tesla’s Optimus.

The guidelines emphasize the need for a reliable industrial supply chain and the integration of robotics across sectors where humans currently perform dangerous tasks.

Humanoid robots took center stage at the AI conference as China aggressively aims to take over the humanoid robotic market.

By 2025, the Chinese government wants to mass produce humanoid robots by nurturing a few large-scale companies, creating a cluster of specialized small and medium-sized enterprises, and fostering industrial hubs dedicated to humanoids.

The following are just some of the latest developments in Chinese humanoid robotics.

Remember to suggest robots that should be included in future roundups.

#humanoidrobot #humanoid #unitree #china #robots #robotics #industry40 #technews #techtrends #waic #futuretech #futuretechnology #ainews #artificialintelligence #airobot #airobots

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China's Humanoid Robots Assemble [Recent Developments in Chinese Humanoid Robotics]

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