The end result is a seamless consumer journey. Manish Sinha, Chief Marketing Officer, STL, said, “AI is helping people feel that they have their own personal network. It is not tailored to only your experience; it is focused on experiences that are similar to yours, across the human population. One of the reasons why AI is so important in improving consumer experience is because of how quickly the network adjusts to you.” … [Read more...] about In the age of AI, how are brand narratives getting altered?
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Sky VIP - thousands of prizes including Premier League tickets"The market has gone through a lot of inflation," says Lange. "The markets where we were traditionally recruiting from have gone up 110 per cent in recent years so that obviously makes it more difficult. There are a lot of reasons for this. Clubs in Asia and America are investing heavily and that has had an impact on the prices in the market. … [Read more...] about FC Copenhagen’s transfer triumphs: Johan Lange explains their success
New Delhi: The downstream regulator is planning to end marketing monopoly of Indraprastha Gas, Mahanagar Gas, Gail Gas, Gujarat Gas and more city gas distributors in at least 30 license areas by declaring their network as ‘common carrier', which would force them to reserve a part of their capacity for third party, people familiar with the matter said. In the next few months, the Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board (PNGRB) will likely be ready with a regulatory framework for elimination of monopolies, they said. “If you look around, every monopoly or oligopoly has certain checks – in the power sector, there is regulatory oversight on tariff while in the telecom sector, limited competition keeps tariff in check – but in city gas, the monopoly is unfettered,” a person familiar with the thinking at PNGRB said. Several CNG and piped cooking gas distributors have enjoyed exclusive marketing rights far longer than the usual 3-5 years that licenses … [Read more...] about End of monopoly? Urban gas supply could be just one move away from a major reset
The S20 Ultra’s telephoto uses tech that is, in theory, superior to its two stablemates and rivals like the Oppo Reno 10x Zoom. Like Oppo, its periscope lens provides lossless optical zoom up to a point (in this case, 4x zoom). Then a combination of digital techniques (cropping and pixel binning) takes it up to 10x zoom (which is still apparently 'lossless'). After that, you're on a rocky, increasingly degraded digital zoom road all the way to a ludicrous, and so far muddy-looking, 100x 'Space Zoom'. … [Read more...] about Why 108MP isn’t the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra camera’s real headline feature
The report breaks its assessments down into individual components as well as product categories to provide a broad overview of the industry. It could also give some indication of what’s in store for individual companies like Apple. It’s worth reading the whole thing, but here are a few takeaways: … [Read more...] about Coronavirus impact on tech industry predicted in new report
Team NocTurn noticed an issue with car related injuries, proposing the solution of creating a smart windshield that highlights dangers from miles away. Using a projector, the driver will be notified if any objects or lifeforms enter the radius of the car. GiftChain is a platform that connects buyers with sellers. They plan to solve the issue of unwanted gifts by allowing users to sell the gifts to the startup, even without a receipt and thus serving as the middle-man. In return, sellers receive cash back to be used on other, more desirable products. GiftChain will then sell the unwanted product to their website at a lower cost than retail. Lastly, Intellitutor is an AI tutor that helps students on subjects they might not understand. Since it is artificial intelligence, students can access the website and seek help any time of the day. … [Read more...] about 2019 YIBI Youth Business Leadership Training Winter Semifinal
This has persisted in large part because of our membership of the EU. Arguably, had we never joined in 1973, the arc of progress would have demanded greater accountability and transparency, and our system would have evolved to look more like that of the US, where they need two-thirds approval from the Senate before a treaty can be signed. Instead, we folded our decision-making into that of the European commission. Trade justice campaigners spent decades criticising the commission for its neoliberal agenda, often with very good cause: yet the EU’s system of oversight far excels anything devised by the UK parliament. Every MEP gets access to all negotiating texts. The European parliament can raise objections and must be heeded. They have a right of veto and have used it, often responding to public protest, as against the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement. … [Read more...] about Think Britain has sovereignty over trade deals? Not when MPs can’t stop them