The business of communicating the happenings of society might seem to be something entirely human-centric. After all, what do machines care about what happens in the news? However, the journalism industry as a whole is highly dependent on technology. From ways of communicating instantly with news sources and content generated first-hand in image, video and text form, to the publication of content across an ever-increasing array of channels, technology is core to making the news and journalism industry buzz at the pace that news is generated.
Agile is a powerful methodology but in an increasingly data-driven world, it may not necessarily be the right one. GETTY
The new economy does not look like the old one. In many respects, we're seeing the true emergence of the reputation economy that had its vogue about ten years ago. In the economy that held sway through much of the twentieth century dictated that success came largely by having deep-pocketed investors and the ability to thread the gateways - in music, in art, in literature, even in life.
Are we closer to unlocking the secrets of evolution and perhaps extinction?
A few years ago, ING Bank saw the power that AI can bring to various parts of their organization. In particular, visionary technology leaders at ING saw the power that AI could bring to bond trading, allowing them to make faster and sharper pricing decisions.
https://www.ibtimes.com/meet-man-who-invented-tech-cure-his-inoperable-brain-tumor-2142111 - 2004, Avi Yaron, after the procedure with Dr. Ted Schwartz, Cornell. IBTIMES
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It takes more than technology to make businesses work. One of the most precious resources, besides the humans that run the organization, is capital to fund growth. In the areas at the edge of innovation, especially artificial intelligence, this capital is being used to prove that existing technology is capable of driving real business return as well as advance the state of the art to push the technology in ways not possible today.
Lolita Taub is a force of nature - or perhaps more accurately, a force in technology.
Growing up, she was told “tech is not for girls,” and in recent years, “VC is not for women.” However, these comments only further drove Taub to demonstrate that women, in fact, belong everywhere.
Humans are pattern seekers and pattern trackers, and from patterns, we derive meaning. If we can’t track cyber warfare patterns, how well will we identify the survival and security risks coming our way?
Professor Diane Coyle, leader of the Wealth Economy Project GETTY IMAGES
Pity the GDP — the Gross Domestic Product. It is one of the hardest working statistics in government policy today, a single number that sums up the entirety of a country's productive capabilities. It is ubiquitous, quite often used to provide a country's economy compared to other economies when it comes to rallying the troops.