5 steps to move AI beyond buzzwords to deliver true transformative impact

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The headlines read “Artificial Intelligence (AI) will completely transform your business.” But does the hype match the reality? We have been seeing these exclamations for two decades, but where are the examples? Where are the success stories? Is AI really a game changer, and does it actually apply to my business? Every ten years it seems there is a new technology that is going to change the World, but all too often only leads to disappointment when adopting it becomes too challenging. For several decades this has been the story behind Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. However, we h… Read More “5 steps to move AI beyond buzzwords to deliver true transformative impact”

Introducing One Unlimited for iPhone exclusively on the network America relies on

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Cerebral Overload

What you need to know:Exclusively on Verizon, One Unlimited for iPhone is the only phone plan in the U.S. with Apple One — Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade and iCloud+ — all bundled together2Get up to $480 in annual value included when your family gets One Unlimited for iPhone and has a connected device3. Plus, you can have up to five other people access Apple One at no additional costEnjoy unlimited high-speed data on Verizon’s 5G Ultra Wideband network4, which now reaches more than 152 million people around the countryAvailable today for everyone, including new and existing customers and… Read More “Introducing One Unlimited for iPhone exclusively on the network America relies on”

N.J. weather: This was one of the hottest summers on record. Here’s where it ranks.

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NJ.com

Those long heat waves and steamy humid days are finally behind us, but they turned the summer of 2022 into one of the hottest ones on record in New Jersey, according to data from the office of New Jersey State Climatologist David Robinson at Rutgers University. The data shows this was the state’s third hottest summer and the sixth driest summersince detailed records began in 1895. The stats cover all of June, July and August, the three months that are considered to be the “meteorological summer.” That differs from the astronomical summer, which started on June 21 and ends on Sept. 22. !functio… Read More “N.J. weather: This was one of the hottest summers on record. Here’s where it ranks.”

Key Crypto Exchange Struggles as Values Plunge

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The Street

By Ellen Chang The most popular U.S. cryptocurrency exchange faces additional declines in trading volume. A beleaguered cryptocurrency exchange is facing more turmoil in the wake of a plunge in currency valuations. Coinbase (COIN) – Get Coinbase Global Inc Report shares have fallen by 75% amid weak earnings and lower trading volume this year. The company’s shares are extremely volatile as its attempts to regain a foothold in the crypto industry remain murky. Shares closed negative 13 out of the last 15 days as of Sept. 6. The stock rebounded slightly by 8.7% amid a broad market upswing on Sept… Read More “Key Crypto Exchange Struggles as Values Plunge”

Look: NFL Reacts To Eagles Concession Food News

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The Spun

By Daniel Bates The Philadelphia Eagles are debuting a new food item for fans to enjoy at Lincoln Financial Stadium this year. Per Aramark Sports + Entertainment, the Eagles will roll out “Dunkin’ Macchiato Cereal crusted beef brisket and Monterey jack cheese croquettes served with Rita’s Wild Black Cherry Ice BBQ sauce.” The NFL World reacted to the Eagles new concessions on social media. “God bless Philadelphia,” one user replied. “I think I’ll stick with Chickie’s and Pete’s,” a Rivals writer commented. “Ok I’ll eat it,” another said. “What the [expletive],” another tweeted. “Served with a … Read More “Look: NFL Reacts To Eagles Concession Food News”

Beatles’ ‘Revolver’ Remix Wouldn’t Be Here Without Peter Jackson

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Ultimate Classic Rock

Not long ago, producer Giles Martin wasn’t sure four-track-era Beatles albums like Revolver could be properly remixed. The tech, he said then, wasn’t there yet. “That’s a good example of, ‘How do we do that?’” Martin told Rolling Stone in 2021. “How do I make sure that John [Lennon] or Paul [McCartney]’s vocal isn’t just in the right-hand speaker, but also make sure that his guitar doesn’t follow him if I put it in the center?” Martin tried earlier versions of separation software when completing 2016’s remix of The Beatles: Live at the Hollywood Bowl, another album originally produced by his f… Read More “Beatles’ ‘Revolver’ Remix Wouldn’t Be Here Without Peter Jackson”

Cloud Assessment: Clarifying the Vision, Transforming the Organization

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Cloud migration has become a tech buzzword across enterprises worldwide. However, to be an effective cloud user means not only getting introduced to the concept, but also thoroughly evaluating your existing IT infrastructure and processes, identifying their potential in moving to cloud, and effectively planning your migration strategy. Given the many advantages of migration, businesses are looking to tap into the long-term benefits of cloud computing, which include: AgilityCost savingsScalabilitySecurityMobilityConducting an objective and accurate assessment of their existing services, applica… Read More “Cloud Assessment: Clarifying the Vision, Transforming the Organization”

How Technology Can Speed the Medical Review Process

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Despite a push for automation across businesses of all kinds, the compliance review process for medical, educational, and promotional materials created for healthcare professionals and patients remains largely manual. As an increased number of drugs are being launched, a proportionately higher number of promotional assets are being created. This high volume of promotional assets, combined with limitations in reviewer skills, can result in an increased time to market. Also, performing repeatable review checks manually can lead to increased costs. Given the growth in the volume of digital conten… Read More “How Technology Can Speed the Medical Review Process”

How ‘Real Evidence’ is Revolutionizing Healthcare

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CIO

Real World Evidence (RWE) refers to the analysis of Real World Data (RWD), which is used by life sciences companies and healthcare organizations to securely obtain, store, analyze, and gain insights about the functioning of a drug or medical invention. RWE helps medical professionals and other stakeholders demonstrate the value of a particular drug’s effectiveness in treating medical conditions in a real-World setting. Today, life sciences companies have a huge opportunity to unlock the potential of RWD and improve patient outcomes. Why the buzz around RWE? For some time now, the use of mobile… Read More “How ‘Real Evidence’ is Revolutionizing Healthcare”

How the ‘keep or return’ challenge is driving hyper-consumption and fast fashion

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Relaxnews

By Deagreez / Getty Images Buy it, try it, send it back. Such is the new craze among influencers on social media. They don’t hesitate to order mountains of clothes from fast fashion brands before submitting them to their followers for approval during try-on sessions. If their fans like the clothes, they keep them, and if not, they send them back — irrespective of the environmental cost that these mass returns may incur. This “keep or return” challenge already has millions of followers online. Buy it, try it, send it back. Such is the new craze among influencers on social media. They don’t hes… Read More “How the ‘keep or return’ challenge is driving hyper-consumption and fast fashion”