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How banks and finance firms are using AI to better engage with and understand you

Against a global backdrop of emerging technologies and ever-changing relationships between businesses and consumers, one thing is clear: leaders in the finance and banking industries will increasingly look to artificial intelligence to understand
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Drop the idea of simultaneous polls

From: Buisness-standard By Y V Reddy Recommended by: business-standard It is no secret that in recent years, whenever simultaneous elections are held, candidates chosen for election to Parliament by political parties undertake to
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Vicarious Surgical, startup that uses VR and robotics lands $16.8M in funding

From: www.mobihealthnews.com Via: twitter.com RT @ExponentialMed: Vicarious Surgical, startup that uses #VR and #robotics lands $16.75M in funding
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The 6 Ways of Influence

From: ofdollarsanddata.com   By: Nick Maggiulli Via: twitter.com RT @kharman_iagto: https://t.
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The Paradox of Leadership

“San Francisco Giants manager Bruce Bochy is as gifted as any CEO we’ve ever met. Intelligence, strategy, creativity, courage, heart, and leadership presence—he’s got the whole package. This guy gets leadership.In a game that has enough data,
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Making ‘Agile’ Business as Usual

“There is more to Agility than putting lipstick on a pig. Organizations that attempt to migrate to Agile approaches need to take accountability for their 'inner pig.' Any sector can espouse Agile practices, such as SCRUMS, Sprints, and Stand-ups.
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3 Ways HR Can Help Employees With Their Financial Smarts

The stock market broke records and then recently plummeted; unemployment is low, wage growth is sluggish, and the cost of living is increasing. It’s no wonder Americans are stressed about their finances. According to the Federal Reserve, 44%
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Facebook board member Peter Thiel helped fund Cambridge Analytica's work

Mark Zuckerberg has 40 billion reasons to be mad at Cambridge Analytica, but he should save at least some of that anger for Facebook board member Peter Thiel.  That's because Thiel, who infamously supported the presidential campaign of Donald

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