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The thesis of Charles Darwin's On the Origin of Species: By Means of Natural Selection is usually expressed as "survival of the fittest." In our world, all evidence points to a slightly different synopsis: "survival of the most adaptable." Continue Reading →
What’s the ideal gift for a two-year-old’s birthday? How can you repurpose that Amazon box you just got delivered? What’s your creativity quotient? Shelly and Ross talk to Nirvan Mullick, the filmmaker behind the viral short film “Caine’s Arcade” about a boy who’s definitely thinking outside the box. Continue Reading →

The Business Of Twitter

Twitter
On this episode of Think About This with Shelly Palmer & Ross Martin — What is the best way for brands to get the most out of Twitter? Shelly and Ross take flight with Stacy Minero, Global Head of Twitter ArtHouse and Sarah Personette, VP Global Client Solutions at Twitter for the answer. Plus, what we can do about COVID-19 and more. Continue Reading →
COVID-19
There have been calls to break up big tech. People are scared that without regulation, we are destined to live in a “surveillance state.” But people are also scared of coronavirus (COVID-19). Is this the moment that big tech proves that big data can be used for the greater good? What is big tech’s role in the fight against coronavirus? What should it be? Continue Reading →
Convergence
Two weeks ago, I suggested that there might be a need for an invitation-only, highly curated, viciously monitored social network with subject matter restricted to business, tech, culture, and innovation. The response has been overwhelming, and it has taken me all week to sort through your thoughtful submissions. Continue Reading →

Digital Blood Work

Shelly Palmer
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 (a digital solution for diabetes patients) and new robots that can draw blood with greater accuracy and less pain the human technicians. Original Airdate: February 18, 2020 Continue Reading →
Working Remotely
In response to the cancellation of Mobile World Congress, we took a poll about your willingness to join a tech-focused, monitored, social network with subject matter restricted to tech, culture, and innovation. The number of respondents was overwhelming and the results were decisive. Over 90 percent of you said you would join. So let’s get started. Continue Reading →
ai bias
Everyone wants to work for your company. You receive hundreds of resumes every day. There are simply too many for humans to read. So, like many companies, you use a service that ingests the resumes and uses AI to score potential candidates against job descriptions. From your perspective it is the perfect use case. It’s fast. It’s efficient. And the candidates who make it through the system are pretty high level. This sounds awesome – but what happens to the candidates who don’t make it through the system? Continue Reading →

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