Innovation

Top innovative leaders in the world

What sets superstars apart from innovation is not just creativity and cool ideas. Nikola Tesla may have been brighter than Thomas Edison, but Edison was responsible for initiatives that changed the world while Tesla died out of money. The distinction between the two is what professors Jeff Dyer of B

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Images and information about the Apple Card. What to expect?

The brand's new product is being tested by company employees and will soon be available to the public. Apple employees who have signed up for the beta test of the Apple card are starting to get the news. The Apple Card was a feature originally announced at the Apple event in March, along with servi

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Google will bring autonomous cars to Europe and Asia in accordance with Nissan-Renault

Waymo, a company that is part of the Alphabet conglomerate (which also controls Google), today announced a partnership with the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance to bring its stand-alone cars and trucks to France and Japan. The statement of the agreement does not indicate any concrete plan for the

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Artificial Intelligence and video-monitoring at the service of productivity

We are still getting used to relating Artificial Intelligence, Facial Recognition and video-monitoring to protection. Even so, we already have a certain familiarity with the experiences that have already been developed in relation to projects focused on both public and corporate protection. What we

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Co-innovation is the key to the evolution of companies

Annual corporate research and development spending worldwide increased by 11% in 2018, reaching $ 782 billion in investments in the period, according to analysis by PwC. Despite such impressive numbers, the innovation has entered the agenda of some companies recently. Organizations have taken a stru

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Technology as obligation: who does not innovate, stays out of the game

Digital transformation is already part of people's daily lives and could not be different in the business world. However, many entrepreneurs believe that technology is only for those who understand, and ends up falling behind. If people do not risk, they do not innovate, are swallowed by the competi

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YouTube has secret AI working to 'clean' videos on the home page

Have you ever encountered extremist videos, loaded with fake information or are clearly a "click-hunter" on the YouTube homepage? Probably so, but that means that a newly discovered artificial intelligence was not doing its job well. The Bloomberg website got information from various sources and fo

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Amazon adopts gamification in deposits to motivate employees

Amazon has been gambling on gamification to turn the work of employees from their deposits into a game. The retailer started installing screens on workstations to simulate games such as "PicksInSpace," "Mission Racer," and "Castle Crafter." In doing so, physical actions such as picking up moving ite

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Facial Recognition: Safety and Privacy Must Walk Together

Face recognition is no longer a trend, but a reality. The lack of knowledge still raises doubts about the lack of privacy, but, the fact is that the technology groups a series of benefits, especially with regard to public safety. And this is already a way back. It is a controversial subject. Even w

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Top 10 Internet Trends by 2023

Gartner, a technology research and advisory company, announces the study of the key strategic trends in Internet Technology of Things (IoT) that will drive innovation in digital business by 2023. The forecasts are in the global study "Top Strategic IoT Trends and Technologies Through 2023 ". "IoT w

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Apple and SAP strengthen partnership for enterprise apps development

In a surprise appearance at Sapphire 2019, event held by SAP in Orlando (SAP), Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, talked about the evolution of the partnership of the two companies. The alliance, which began in 2010 with the adoption of iPads by SAP and was strengthened in 2016 as the companies collaborated in

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Day 768k: Understand the failure that can leave several people without Internet

Day 768k is a time to happen in May 2019 when thousands of people may be left without Internet access. This is because, in 2014, a Verizon operation, a US phone company, resulted in a global Internet flaw. The problem, known as 512k, happened when the operator realized the inclusion of several new a

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5 themes that define the consumer market for technology, according to GfK

Understanding what the public thinks is the big challenge for manufacturers when it comes to putting a product in stores. The consulting company GfK also finds this, but has found interesting answers on the current market and presented some global trends for electronics. According to Friedemann Sto

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Samsung shows its new "millenial" TV that plays content vertically

Samsung has been innovating in its division for TVs in recent years, including the modular The Wall and the model that simulates painting screen when off. South Korea now has a concept with a vertical display, targeting millennial consumers - because the younger audience is the one who was born watc

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Apple shows interest in buying sensors for autonomous vehicles

The arrival of accessible autonomous cars does not seem far, but for now we only follow the movements of the big companies in that sense. While this system already exists in Tesla models, the popularization of technology may be as revolutionary as the emergence of smartphones. As the solution does

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