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  1. Researchers at IBM recently announced that the firm's distributed visual data recognition models can now be trained faster than competing models from Facebook, according to TechCrunch. Distributed visual data processing is a subset of deep learning, which is a branch of machine learning, that uses several graphics processing units (GPUs) to process and analyze massive data sets. It's ideal for very large deep learning projects where the data is too large to be processed on a single GPU. While not specifically designed for the IoT, distributed visual data recognition could aid larger IoT ecosystems in particular.
    http://www.businessinsider.com/visual-data-recording-iot-2017-8/
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  2. In the wake of the recession, countless Americans — particularly student loan-laden, underemployed millennials — stitched together a livable wage from a patchwork quilt of income streams. From the rot of the Great Recession, the gig economy bloomed, and alongside it, a curious kind of slang creeped into our collective vernacular and lodged itself there firmly. “Side-hustle,” which first entered our language via African-American newspapers in the ’50s, became a slick, hashtaggable shorthand for “working my ass off, often in addition to a full-time job, just so I can make rent and maybe cover my car payment too.”
    https://www.racked.com/2017/9/13/16255060/mlms-gig-economy-hustle/
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  3. You cannot step twice into the same river; for other waters are continually flowing in. Words from Plato – originally not in English indeed – referring to the views of Heraclitus. Views in which change is the only flux, probably better known as the only constant is change.
    https://www.i-scoop.eu/the-paradoxes-of-change-what-it-takes-to-be-responsive/
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  4. If management isn’t focused enough on the key role of customer service and doesn’t take into account the input of frontline staff, the bottom line is at risk.
    https://www.i-scoop.eu/employee-engagement-customer-correlations-considerations/
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  5. If one were to place a lot of stock in what is written about millennials, it would be easy to believe the generation is all in its mid twenties, drifting in and out of meaningless jobs. The reality is that couldn’t be further from the truth. Some millennials today are well into their thirties. Many, even the younger ones, are established into their careers. Millennials are now in leadership roles or emerging into those roles.
    https://www.forbes.com/sites/kimberlyfries/2017/09/25/5-reasons-why-millennial-leaders-need-performance-feedback/#664081bb6cbd/
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  6. I had the honor of writing the forward to the book "The Digital Helix" by Michael Gale and Chris Aarons coming out in October on the steps leadership must take to successfully manage large, complex organizations through the changes required by digital transformation. The following offers a perspective from book author Michael Gale on Digital Transformation and the rise of AI and automation in marketing:
    https://www.forbes.com/sites/brucerogers/2017/08/28/is-digital-the-end-of-humans-in-marketing/#52fe8c306be4/
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  7. Email, social media and eCommerce. Smartphone, tablet, laptop and addressable TV. Today, the average person will interact with up to seven screens on any given day.

    For marketers and businesses trying to reach customers, that means seven opportunities for a message to get lost in translation, seven windows for the customer to see a redundant message and lose interest, and seven screens for the marketer to lose track of their customer.
    https://www.equities.com/news/why-is-customer-journey-tracking-so-difficult/
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  8. In the book, Gingiss does a great job of first defining social media customer care and making a case for its importance. He then lays out an action plan for companies large and small to support customers. In this article, I’ll take just a few moments to share my three favorite insights from the book before encouraging you to read it for yourself.
    http://customerthink.com/3-insights-from-winning-at-social-customer-care-by-dan-gingiss/
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  9. How to deal with negative social comments and new ways to manage loyalty programmes are two of marketers’ most widely discussed topics at this year’s Customer Engagement conference, Angel Tang reports.
    http://www.marketing-interactive.com/a-checklist-for-customer-engagement-in-2017/
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  10. Admit it. Project Management (PM) is hard and those traditional methods we’re all too familiar with just aren’t cutting it anymore. Think about it: repeatedly updating spreadsheets, drowning in post-its and participating in weekly status update meetings doesn’t necessarily scream ‘efficiency’. This way of working only presents more complications as there is no real overview of the work being done. Thankfully, there is more than enough project management software out there that will help you face your ‘deadline demons’ and get your projects back on track.
    https://mopinion.com/top-20-best-project-management-software-an-overview/
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