New Technology

As fast as technology is taking over our world it will be very soon that all our life is going to be dictated by it. We are already so dependent on technology to help us. Not very long ago we were doing much more physical work than we are doing now. Initially, the changes happened slowly and every few decades or years we could notice some breakthrough, but now it is gathering speed and technology is evolving and changing at a very fast speed. One of the things that we keep hearing about is artificial intelligence. It has already touched our lives in some way or the other and soon could become more powerful.

There are some people who are scared by this advancement and are fearful of the impact it will have on us. There are continuous innovation and up-gradation happening in this field. We are already depending on our computers and phones and other gadgets to do so much work for us. There are generally two ways people react to it. Either they are fearful and don’t want artificial intelligence in their lives or they want to embrace it but don’t fully understand the implications. One thing we all need to understand is that this technology is already here and we would be better off understanding it rather than avoiding it. All the businesses with an online presence are already using AI in various degrees. Every time we shop online we are doing it with the help of AI. It is here to stay. We have to learn to use it our advantage. There are certain areas where it can be very helpful to us. There are some things which only humans can do, at least for now.

Trading is one such area. When trading was conducted earlier it was through brokers and middlemen and the whole process took a long time from start to finish. You can see this here that with online trading, this has changed. You can sit in the comfort of your home and trade online. There are some platforms which let you trade cryptocurrencies online. These are going to be the currencies of the future. One such automated platform is BTC Profit, which allows people to trade with the help of AI. It gives you complete freedom to choose how much help you want. Keeping up to date with the innovations and modernizing which is constantly happening is the best thing to do. Nobody wants to be left behind. If you are choosing a world with technology at the center of everything then go ahead. Understand and embrace it fully.


Like the Internet, television is also an ephemeral medium. We began archiving television programs in late 2000, and our first public TV project was an archive of TV news surrounding the events of September 11, 2001.

Internet archive as we know is a huge library which is used universally. It serves global issues and is working on different projects. Now you can easily pop over to this web-site to get any information you need about any field or subject. Here we will discuss different projects which it has undertaken. Let’s go through them.

  • Open library- It is comprised of two great One of them is called a free digital library which comprises over 2 million eBooks. The users can read these books in the browser or they can download it easily to read them offline whenever they fell like. This offline facility helps the user to make proper use of their time. They can freely make use of this site without any time boundation. It provides a unique web page for every published book. It is a great help for those who love reading. It has already made 20000 web pages for different books and these are available on This site is an open project, therefore, anyone can participate in the building of this site.
  • Scanning services- The best part of internet archive is it can digitize our collections and provides free and easy access to these collections. Not only this it also provides many other facilities like-long term storage of our data, unlimited download facility with lifetime file management. It has already scanned more than 600 pages. Its partners are a library of Congress and the Smithsonian to New York public library.
  • Software archive- It is designed to preserve and provide knowledge and facts of those software titles which are rare or difficult to find. It gives an easy to these software titles and background information on these titles. It includes a broad range of software and materials related to software like shareware and freeware to its customers. This software easily available to customers. It also gives video news releases about software titles. Other software which is also easily accessible to people is speed runs of gameplay, previews, and promos related to software games.
  • Way back machine- It is a web archive which was launched in 1996. It contains almost 2 betabytes of data which is compressed. With this, it also provides the users with150+ web captures which are very useful for them which always includes content from the top level domain.

We are funded through donations, grants, and by providing web archiving and book digitization services for our partners. As with most libraries, we value the privacy of our patrons

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Knowledge is power. Every person in this world will have an urge to learn something at any point in time. We always have the habit of making the best in life with all the energy possible. We always have the habit of reading about something that interests us to a large extent. Thus, the power of learning has no age. This is a proven fact. Wealth earned out of true learning gets imbibed within our blood and gets to become a part of our body. This is indeed a pleasing phenomenon.

We always have a big question in the recent past. What do we have to essentially learn about? What is the primary talk of the day? The most important concern of today is about how we manage the governing principles that are necessary for effective management. Life seems to be very difficult with such changes and challenges that get raised beyond our control. We have to live in accordance with nature but will have to rule over the necessary establishments in the right manner to manage things in the right manner. Politics and its effects on the day to day management is a trend that we cannot predict. Decisions have to be made sharp in order to gain the best.

These are considered important because it has its impacts in different dimensions concerning the world. It will have its own replications in International Relations. We will have the policies changing the trends in human perceptions which will affect the demand and supply to a considerable extent. This will further bring inflation to the peak and currency fluctuations can create a lot of trouble. This is a fact that has been checked by a lot of people. What can be the best resolution in this regard?

It is all about bringing good culture and emergent leaders to the society. We are having many opportunities to build this in our society. The right inquiry will let us progress in the best possible manner. We are having many training events that will groom the leaders of tomorrow with all that is essentially required for them to rule over the scenario taking timely decisions. It is a great investment if we bring good knowledge to the younger generation today. What we sow today will reap tomorrow. Keep this principle in mind and just work hard towards taking the relevant training for the world today.

Emerge USA Training at ISNA East Zone Conference

Event date:January 08, 2011 04:30 PM

Event end date:January 08, 2011 05:45 PM

Individual Price:Free


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The Emerging Leaders Program is a one of a kind program that lets you have a clear view of what is in store for the future. The organization is recognized globally that helps to take you ahead in your career and your life. This interactive experience that the program offers to you lets you explore about the people, culture and the services. You also get to have first-hand knowledge when you build relationships with the employees and the fellow students of this program.

The Emerging Leaders Program is hosted in many locations all over the country and you will have to apply to the office location near where you stay. This is from where you plan to intern or to work full time. Your school can guide you on the preferred location from where you can apply.

Who is this program for?

The Emerging Leaders Program is for the third or the fourth year students who are presently pursuing a five year program. Students who are in their second or third year and doing four-year program of accounting, information technology, and business can also apply for the same. It is important that those who apply for the Emerging Leaders Program have an interest in working in the professional services and plan to have a career in the business field. They should have high academic credentials and have the maturity and integrity and possess the enthusiasm to perform responsibilities. The individual should also demonstrate teamwork and have an analytical blend of mind. They need to have strong communication and writing skills as well as strong organizational skills.

Here is what one seeks from the students who apply for the Emerging Leaders Program.

They should be people who have integrity. The students may be from diverse backgrounds but should possess similar values. The students should be personally and professionally accountable. The students should have sound judgment and common sense and should be able to build relationships. They should aim to do the right thing.

The students should be academically high achievers and should have analytical thinking. They need to be able to communicate clearly and have leadership qualities. A lot of focus will be paid to being involved in community services and other extra co-curricular activities.

The program looks out for students who are able to recognize and value the different backgrounds. They should have an open mind about different perspectives and experiences. This lets them enhance the services that they provide.

Sneak a peek at this site for more information on the Emerging Leaders Program.



“The pessimist complains about the wind. The optimist expects it to change. The leader adjusts the sails.” John Maxwell

The Emerging Leaders Program builds a pipeline of ethical, well informed, diverse, and prepared individuals, ready to serve as civic leaders in their communities and across the state and country. At the end of this six-month program, participants are connected with internship opportunities within government and civics in order to utilize the skills they learned throughout their time in Emerging Leaders.

Why Apply?

College students often are often pressured to focus solely on textbook and lecture-led education; during the Emerging Leaders: Leadership Program retreat participants practice team-building skills in realistic, hands-on scenarios, as well as fostering lifelong relationships with like-minded colleagues and dedicated mentors.
All Emerging Leaders graduates are assisted individually to secure an internship in their field of interest once the program is completed.

Who Should Apply?

The Emerging Leaders program is looking for dedicated and motivated college age and graduate students from Florida, Texas and Virginia to participate in the 2015-2016 class of Emerging Leaders. Emerge USA is an organization that is dedicated to ensuring our country’s minority communities have the same constitutional rights, social privileges, and political opportunities afforded to all Americans.

There are representatives for the new communities to ensure their safe participation and good living conditions. This makes up for the most important work of supporting minorities and the way of making sure there are no worries regarding their recognition and their way of living. To know more details it is better to navigate to this website.

Therefore, all applicants must represent an underrepresented community and be registered college students or recently graduated. Visit your State to see Application Deadlines.


The Emerging Voters program includes voter registration campaigns, absentee ballot drives, candidate forums, statewide phone banking and organizing early voting events. These activities create opportunities for candidates and elected officials to interact with community members so they can learn about and discuss issues that are important to them.

“Emerge’s voter guide provided all the information and was a tremendous resource in helping voters make an informed decision about our locally and nationally elected officials.” -Dr. Hajira Shujaat, 35, Orlando


February 09, 2017 5:19 PM

With the Affordable Care Act being repealed, the fate of our Commonwealth’s healthcare system and the over 400,000 Virginians without healthcare demands immediate attention.


April 25, 2016 4:12 PM

The best way to become a victim and play that role with no end in sight is to use terminology that forces you to be stuck in a self-deprecating cycle, in a box of your own making full of loaded emotions, in a world .


December 16, 2015 10:15 AM

It isn’t just the holiday season. With a month to go before the start of Virginia’s 2016 Legislative Session, this is the time where the Commonwealth’s American Muslims should be gearing up for their asks of law makers.



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The world has been witnessing a lot of rising as well as daunting moments at the same time. It is our responsibility to participate in social events and get to discuss what is essentially happening around in our lives. It is only when you participate in such knowledge events that you extend your thinking capacity and start doing what is right in life. Discover here the range of different events that help you spend valuable time in serving the society as a whole and build a true personality for yourself. This is what is expected of any individual living in this challenging world. Be first to get benefited.

GOP Presidential Debate

Thursday, August 06, 2015 at 09:00 PM through August 07, 2015
Kan Zaman Hookah Cafe in Plantation, FL.

Wynwood Art Walk Voter Registration Drive

Saturday, August 08, 2015 at 06:30 PM
Wynwood Walls in Miami, FL.

Hollywood Art Walk Voter Registration Drive

Saturday, August 15, 2015 at 05:30 PM
Mystic Water Kava Bar in Hollywood, FL.

Know Your Government 101: Civics Training

Monday, August 17, 2015 at 06:30 PM
Lauderdale Lakes Multipurpose Auditorium in Lauderdale Lakes, FL

The National Executive Director of Emerge USA, Tamim Chowdhury, will be providing a Know Your Government 101: Civics Training on August 17th. Light refreshments will be provided. The event is free and open to the public.

Young Muslims Youth Gala

Friday, August 28, 2015 at 06:00 PM
Marriott Heron Bay Hotel & Golf Resort in Coral Springs, FL

The Emerge South FL Team will be tabling this event. People are encouraged to meet us and inquire about our great programs.

The Highly Anticipated
Youth Gala 2015

Hosted by the Youth Coalition of South Florida

“Building Bridges, Not Walls”

Inviting All High School & College Students

Dress to Impress | Entry $15
Doors open 6pm-11pm

Bring a colleague, a friend, and an open mind to this mentoring and networking event!

For tickets or more information:
Aqsa Mahmood (954) 798-7235
Amaan Khan (954) 232-6447

Candidate Forum 2015

Sunday, October 18, 2015 at 03:00 PM
Shahnai Reception Hall in Houston, TX

emerge USA invites you to meet the candidates running for Houston Mayor and City Council. This year will be a hotly contested race and a great opportunity to find out where the candidates stand and how they propose to shape our city before Election Day on Nov.3rd, 2015.


emerge USA is a nonprofit, nonpartisan civic engagement organization engaging underrepresented communities into the political process. We believe in power through participation.

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You can RSVP here or at our Facebook page.

NY Times: Muslims May Swing Vote

Since then, the animosity against Muslims has only intensified. Republican presidential hopefuls Herman Cain and Newt Gingrich frequently warned that Muslims were attempting to take over the government and impose Shariah law, using “stealth Jihad,” as Gingrich put it in a speech at the American Enterprise Institute late last year.

The problem for the United States, the former speaker of the house argued, is not primarily terrorism; it is Shariah — “the heart of the enemy movement from which the terrorists spring forth.” Rick Santorum, not one to shy away from the subject, continues to conflate Muslims with radical Islamists. He has often warned audiences of the dangers of losing the war to “radical Islam,” even suggesting in a 2007 speech at the National Academic Freedom Conference that the American response to the threat should be to “educate, engage, evangelize and eradicate.”

This type of anti-Muslim rhetoric is deployed by some candidates in an apparent attempt to tap into hostility among the voters who make up the base of the party. In a sense, this approach is validated by recent polls suggesting that Republicans are more likely to have anti-Muslim sentiments. The political scientists Michael Tesler and David Sears wrote in their 2010 book, “Obama’s Race,” that feelings about Muslims are a strong predictor about feelings about Obama. They found that “general election vote choice in 2008 was more heavily influenced by feelings about Muslims than it was in either 2004 voting or in McCain-Clinton trial heats.” As we get closer to the November election, the most likely Republican nominee, Mitt Romney, will have to balance between pandering to voters on the far right of his party, some of whom are already wary of him, and more moderate voters.

While an anti-Muslim strategy may have worked in the past, it is risky because many agree that the outcome of the 2012 presidential election will probably be determined in no more than twelve states. These are the same states where minority groups, including American Muslims, are likely to play a decisive role. A report released this week by the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding, where I am the director of research, suggests that this community is becoming an increasingly important player in electoral politics and might well play a surprisingly important role in this year’s election.

Although it is true that American Muslims constitute a small percentage of the national population, they are concentrated in key swing states such as Michigan, Ohio, Virginia, Pennsylvania and Florida. Despite being very diverse and far from monolithic, this constituency is growing faster than any other religious community and has become increasingly visible and sophisticated in its political engagement.

There is a huge upcoming emergence of such leaders who are ready to play the field and they have been trying their best to appear better versed equipped with the full details about their surrounding world thus making sure their role is not neglected by anyone in the political world.

Republicans who found the Muslim community an easy target in the primaries may find themselves in trouble in the states that may determine the winner of the election.

Our report examined a decade’s worth of data on American Muslim political attitudes and includes a case study of Florida, which remains a perennial tossup. In addition to the razor-thin margin in 2000, the state’s 2004 and 2008 elections were settled by less than 2% of the vote. In 2000, a few hundred votes decided the election; an estimated 60,000 Muslims in Florida voted for Bush. Florida’s Muslim population, which has been growing since the 1980s, is now estimated by some to include 124,000 registered voters. No campaigner can afford to disregard them.

The rhetorical animosity from Republican presidential candidates, coupled with the rise of Islamophobia since 9/11, has mobilized the Muslim community to engage politically. An Emerge USA poll taken during the 2010 midterm elections found that more than 60% of registered Muslim voters in Florida were likely to vote. Polls also suggest that two out of three Muslims have a strong desire for political unity and feel that they should vote as a bloc for a presidential candidate.

It seems unlikely now, but Republicans long did a good job of courting Muslim voters, including in the 2000 election when George W. Bush reached out to the community. Al Gore, on the other hand, took Muslims for granted, to his detriment. Even in the immediate aftermath of September 11th, President Bush reached out to the community and condemned attacks against Muslims, making it clear that the terrorist attacks did not represent Islam or the views of American Muslim citizens. Yet specific policies, including the passing of the Patriot Act and the decision to invade Afghanistan and Iraq, caused many Muslims to shift away from the Republican Party.

Arab-American and South Asian-American Muslims, who initially supported Bush in 2000, switched overwhelmingly to the Democratic candidate, John Kerry, in 2004. Democrats further capitalized on this support with Obama’s candidacy in 2008. President Obama, for his part, has not managed to do much better in engaging the Muslim community, never finding it politically convenient to do so and consistently distancing himself.

The growing rhetorical invocation of Islam as a scare tactic to gain votes may work in some parts of the country, but candidates could pay dearly in critical battleground states. As a first step, politicians from both parties should reach out to the American Muslim community instead of ignoring, dismissing or maligning its members. Fueling animosity against Muslims as a tactic to court votes is a risky venture. The strategy is short sighted; it could easily backfire; and in a pluralistic society that prides itself on tolerance and religious freedom, encouraging this type of animosity towards a particular group is un-American.

Farid Senzai is assistant professor of political science at Santa Clara University and director of research at the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding.