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Apple's Digital Blood Work
Shelly Palmer talks with Kerry Drew and Bianca Peters on Fox 5’s Good Day New York about Apple’s commitment to healthcare, One Drop (for diabetes patients) and new robots that can draw blood with greater accuracy and less pain the human technicians.
Are You Responsible For Your AI-biased Business Decisions?
AI models learn. That’s the great news. But they need proper feedback loops to continuously improve. Machines are not human, and they have no context.
Ad Blocking As High As 30%
Stats in a new report from Blockthrough suggest that more than 750 million devices (mobile and computer) were running ad blockers in Q4 2019.
Google SEO? It’s All Paid Now
Google has made some unsubtle changes to its search results. And while it will certainly boost ad revenue, it’s simply begging watchdogs and regulators to pick a fight. But perhaps Google is looking for a fight...
An Interesting Day For TV
Today, NBCU will formally announce launch plans for Peacock, its new streaming video service. Depending upon whom you ask, this is either the end of the beginning or the beginning of the end for big media. From my POV, it is neither.
AI Was The Star Of CES
AI was the star of CES 2020. I want to concentrate on the AI models that were demonstrated by consumer television set manufacturers and how the AI models incorporated into them have the potential to change the video business
France Fines Google Another $167 Million
France just fined Google 150 million euros (approx. $167 million) for having unclear advertising on the Google Ads page, as well as for anti-competitive behavior.
The Top Emerging Job Of 2019: Artificial Intelligence Specialist
AI, data science and engineering are required by absolutely every company. So it makes sense that these are the most popular emerging jobs — they are all required for successful digital transformation.
Amazon & Verizon Team Up To Provide 5G Edge Computing
In engineering parlance, getting closer to the “edge” means bringing computational resources closer to the user.
TikTok Data Questions
The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States has questions for ByteDance, the Chinese parent company of TikTok, on how it's handling data obtained from US citizens.
The Slow, Painful Death Of Channel Surfing
I decided to cut the cord, cancel my Comcast cable package, and go internet-only in VT. There are some lessons learned – some serious, some not so much.
Gig Economy Under Attack As Uber Charged $649 Million
New Jersey charged Uber $530 million in unpaid unemployment and disability insurance from 2014-2018, plus $119 million in interest. This was not a "one-time thing." Rather this is a precedent setting tax ruling which endangers the gig economy.
Disney+ Strategy: Genius Or Madness?
Disney+ launched to great fanfare but that's not what everyone is talking about. They are talking about how Disney is releasing it's new hit Star Wars show, "The Mandolorian" one at a time. Is "no-binging" it's secret weapon?
Making Sense Of Streaming
Once you get over Streaming Sticker Shock, you’ll want to develop your streaming service strategy, and here’s how to think about it.
Streaming Sticker Shock – The Sequel
Apple, Disney, AT&T's WarnerMedia, and just about everyone who can configure a streaming server is getting into the direct-to-consumer (DTC) content business. There are many valid reasons for this, not the least of which is consumer demand.
Twitter CEO: Hero, Coward, Or Something Else Entirely?
Not taking paid political advertising will have little impact on revenue but will save the company a fortune from vetting thousands of political ads and avoiding any related liability.
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