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How to survive a Robot apocalypse

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Zombie apocalypse? No problem, just stock lots of guns and start to learn how to take headshots. Godzilla? Well, that’s a bit tougher but I’m sure we can find a credible solution on the next upcoming Godzilla movie. How about robots? I’d say it’s as tough as Godzilla, but there are ways to prevent casualties.

Make a tracking app. Have it installed on people’s smartphones and update where the robots are in real-time. Harness the power of social media. It’s a creative video ad from IBM to promote their cloud platform that lets you develop and deploy apps across multiple domains.

An app of this scale requires solid infrastructure, server, and connection. Managing hundreds of thousands of users interacting with data simultaneously is no easy feat. IBM’s new Cloud Platform, Codename: Blue Mix, can help you build an app of this size to ensure the safety of mankind.

Here is the creative video ad that I’m talking about:

So, app developers, join the beta and try it out. And make sure you make that app, just in case we do have an apocalypse coming.

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Disclosure: Post is sponsored by IBM. All opinions are 100% mine

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