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The first phase of the coronavirus pandemic is drawing to a close. What does phase two have in store for business and technology?
Software robots are taking over the grunt work, opening up new possibilities for human workers.
Before we can implement AI against coronavirus, we must ask ourselves: what is the strategy?
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McDonald’s Japan raked in huge profits from the Pokemon GO craze by having the foresight to understand the potential of IoT marketing gamification.
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos didn’t invent supply chain management, but he’s certainly proven the tremendous potential of digital platforms. Starting…
As robots rise within the workforce, three particular skills will come into higher demand–three skills that are uniquely human.