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Meet Rose, the One-of-a-Kind Chatbot of the Future

October 4, 2018

As more companies create voice-enabled bots to handle customer queries, they’re realizing the value in having virtual points of contact serve as a marketing extension of their brand.

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Is Culturalization the Key to Achieving Global Success?

October 3, 2018

As companies develop content and distribute it around the globe, it behooves their leaders to proactively understand the nuances of their audience, including any regional sensitivities.

How Blockchain Is Transforming Health Records

October 2, 2018

Electronic health records are a pain point across the healthcare industry — from maintaining privacy to filling out paperwork every time you visit a doctor or transfer records when you move cities or doctors. Read how several organizations are now turning to blockchain-based electronic health records to streamline the sharing of medical records in a secure way, protect data from hackers and give patients more control over their information.

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What the AI Jobs of the Future will Look Like

September 27, 2018

Robots aren’t stealing jobs, but they are drastically changing what they look like.

3.2 – Watches: Innovation on Time

Duration 24:24

Walter Isaacson and guests engage in a timely discussion on how humans throughout history answer one of our most fundamental questions: “When?”So, what makes the industry tick? And how can we expect time to change in the future?

Episode 20: Augmented Reality… Enhancing Human Effort

Duration 26:56

Augmented Reality (AR) is about to change the way people work. By overlaying digital visualizations onto the real world, AR takes data out of the server stack and puts it exactly where you need it. In this episode, learn how AR works, how it’s currently being deployed, and what comes next. Roy Ashok, CEO of AR company DAQRI, shares his practical experience with the technology for applications ranging from the U.S. Navy to automotive assembly lines.