Readers of the New York Times are spending roughly the same amount of time on advertiser-sponsored posts as on news stories, according to Meredith Levien, the executive vice president of advertising for The Times…Ms. Levien said that the notion of brands being able to tell
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For better or for worse the world that we already inhabit runs on high-grade information fuel, much of it personal. The resulting ‘big data’ is sliced, diced, amalgamated, analysed and stored, and the distilled knowledge is used to target advertisements, improve brand image and finesse
She says we have to develop a ‘bi-literate’ brain if we want to be able to switch from the scattered skimming typical of screen reading to the deeper, slow reading that we associate with books on paper. It is possible. It just takes work. One person
The possibility of super-intelligence follows directly from the genetic basis of intelligence. Characteristics like height and cognitive ability are controlled by thousands of genes, each of small effect. A rough lower bound on the number of common genetic variants affecting each trait can be deduced
Across Europe, retail banks have digitized only 20 to 40 percent of their processes; 90 percent of European banks invest less than 0.5 percent of their total spending on digital…Going digital doesn’t have to mean millions in new investment dollars or convulsive upheaval in IT.
Being Human in a Digital Society: This is the ENGLISH language version of my talk at Future Day in Istanbul, see https://gelecekgunu.org/eng/default.asp for details. You can download the slides etc at https://gerd.fm/1mZmwGd
futuristgerd: (via Arthur C. Clarke predicting the future in 1964 | KurzweilAI) Great video found via my friend and colleague Glen Hiemstra (Futurist.com) Related articles What makes us successful: Gerd Leonhard presentation / talk at… (greenfuturist.com) futuristgerd: Future of Innovation & Business: From Ego to…