Ever since I was a little kid I have been guilty of taking a hard (but brief) judgmental head to toe look of people I meet. I don’t have a good reason for this behavior and can’t even pinpoint what I am looking for. At one point I didn’t even know I was doing it until it was brought to my attention by others. What’s interesting is, I still can’t seem to stop. I have come to the conclusion that it’s because we are all hardwired to judge whether we like it or not.
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While product piracy is a common phenomenon, it is spreading widely with more and more countries industrializing. B2B platforms and e-commerce are making it easier to sell counterfeit products, and difficult to catch the thieves.
A bold statement by John Roese, CTO of Dell Technologies indicated that artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are expected to create the greatest disruptions of this century. He emphatically stated that the AI cannot be undermined or overlooked as scores of leading companies are deploying it for savings millions and increasing efficiency. An obvious example of this was Google as it used knowledge gathered by AI of DeepMind acquisition to better its cooling systems. This move saved the company a significant number of millions.
As discussed in part 1, failure of a business is determined by various factors. Yet, majority of the times the failure can be credited to unawareness of social media. Hence it is important to be aware of social media marketing myths.
When we let logic get in the way of magic, we remove seeds of magic from the soil of logic. Noam Kostucki
Leicester City started the 2015 English Premier League season as a 5000:1 underdog to win the famous soccer league. To give you a perspective those are the same odds some bookmakers give to Elvis still being alive. Needless to say they weren’t expected to have a good season by the experts.