Thu.Mar 16, 2023

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I Got a First Look at OpenAI's GPT-4. Here's How It's Going to Revolutionize Industries Worldwide — Even More Than ChatGPT.

Entrepreneur - Innovation

I experienced the magic of OpenAI's latest weapon in the AI arms race, GPT-4. It's going to redefine human-AI interaction and transform the way all of us work.

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Job One of the 2022 CHIPS and Science Act: Closing the Digital Divide

Business and Tech

The United States is taking bold steps to reinvigorate its economy through game-changing investments in high-tech research and manufacturing. For more than 50 years, U.S. businesses outsourced manufacturing overseas rather than investing at home. For example, engineers invented the semiconductor in the United States, but the nation produces about 10% of the world’s supply today.

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Solar energy adoption barriers: a vicious cycle?

Christensen Institute

A couple of months ago I wrote about some of the barriers to solar adoption in Nigeria. And as I’ve read and researched further into the topic I began to see an aggravating pattern. Perhaps a potential vicious cycle–a cause and effect relationship where two or more elements exacerbate each other and make a situation worse. When looking at barriers to solar adoption in Nigeria, that seems to be the case.

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Ten Reasons You Must Deliver Amazing Customer Experiences

Innovation Excellence

GUEST POST from Shep Hyken Ten years ago, I wrote an article about why delivering an amazing customer service experience is important. While many of those concepts are still valid today, it’s time to modify the list and give a few of the original reasons a facelift to bring them into current times.

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2024’s Retail Odyssey: Going Small, Artificial, and Augmented!

Speaker: Joe Cicman - Principal Analyst at Forrester, and Jason Cottrell - CEO & Founder at Orium

Significant modifications are on the horizon for digital commerce in retail and customer experience come 2024. The pace of tech shifts will intensify, businesses are set to defund legacy solutions, and attractive opportunities will surface as social and retail media players join forces. To stay ahead of the curve, digital leaders are experimenting with less risky initiatives and scaling back on outdated projects that no longer yield impactful results.

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What Do Your B2B Customers Really Want?

Harvard Business Review

Research shows they prefer interactions that fuel their psychological needs — even if they require more time or cost more money.

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The 10 Biggest Challenges in Innovation Management in 2023


We all know that innovation is the driving force for business survival and competitive advantage. As we move further into 2023, we think it’s important to recognize the most significant challenges that businesses are facing in this field. In this article, we will explore the ten biggest challenges in innovation management that executives and teams will need to address to stay competitive in the years ahead.

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Customer Data Platform: 4 Reasons the Smart Marketer is Betting on it in 2023


The Customer Data Platform (CDP) market is growing exponentially and is expected to reach a whopping $10.3 billion by 2025. CDPs are all the rage right now among contemporary, far-sighted marketers, and with good reason. To understand that reason, let’s unpack an intelligent marketer’s data needs to navigate decisions and, more importantly, marketing excellence.

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6 Questions to Ask Yourself When You’re Frustrated with Your Team

Harvard Business Review

Before lashing out, take a moment to pause and reflect.

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4 Times Newbies Are More Insightful than Experts


Someone reached out after looking at my book, Idea Magnets - 7 Strategies for Attracting and Cultivating Creative Business Leaders. They wondered about my contention that experts can miss opportunities and issues that people who are completely new to a situation can readily see. They requested examples where this is the case.

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How to Add More Human Connection to Your Teams, Your Culture, and Your Business - SPONSOR CONTENT FROM ENBOARDER

Harvard Business Review

Sponsor content from ENBOARDER

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LLMs in Production: Tooling, Process, and Team Structure

Speaker: Dr. Greg Loughnane and Chris Alexiuk

Technology professionals developing generative AI applications are finding that there are big leaps from POCs and MVPs to production-ready applications. They're often developing using prompting, Retrieval Augmented Generation (RAG), and fine-tuning (up to and including Reinforcement Learning with Human Feedback (RLHF)), typically in that order. However, during development – and even more so once deployed to production – best practices for operating and improving generative AI applications are le

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Preventing Accidents and Reducing Costs: A Guide to Video Telematics for Fleets

The Human Factor

Video telematics is a combination of video technology and telematics data. It involves the use of cameras mounted in vehicles to capture video footage in real-time. This is then transmitted to a cloud-based platform for analysis. The telematics data that is gathered alongside the video footage provides additional context and insights into driver behavior, vehicle performance, and overall fleet operations.

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