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Artificial Intelligence Might Soon Invade Your HR Department, Thanks to These 3 Ex-Googlers

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When the co-founders of Appurify sold their app development company to Google and started working for the search giant in 2014, they were impressed with the company's culture. They were also surprised to find that Google faced a lot of the same problems as other companies when it came to onboarding ...




Enterprises Set Themselves Up for Success via Chatbots

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Gone are the days of building just another boring website to have a digital presence. We have entered a new era where everything is connected to build next-generation digital experiences. The introduction of the iPhone in 2007 marked the mobile revolution which has entirely changed users' expectatio...


Training Reinforcement: 7 Things You Need to Know Knowledge Guru

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Organizations expend constant effort to deliver information employees need to know for their jobs. And oftentimes, there's a lot at stake. You depend on training to help your employees make more sales, provide better customer service, avoid regulatory issues, and make fewer mistakes. But training h...


Machine Learning in Africa – Hacker Noon

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Earlier this month, I shared the Meeshkan Machine Learning service with a friend from Côte d'Ivoire and his immediate reaction was "you have to get the word out in Africa." I'm a big believer in enthusiasm, and he was genuinely enthusiastic, so we gave it a shot. We initially ran a small advertising...




Eight Technology Trends Ready For Exploitation In 2018

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In the age of disruption, businesses and their leaders will rise or fall based on their ability to spot and creatively respond to rapid technological change. Some companies notice an emerging technology and take a "wait and see" attitude. Others see a new technology and take action. They begin exper...


Why Silicon Valley singles are giving up on the algorithms of love

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Kate Chan, a 30-year-old digital marketer in Silicon Valley, first approached dating apps with a blend of curiosity and hope that they'd help her find a great guy. But after six months of dead-end mismatches with guys she thought were boring or work-obsessed, she has gone back to what she called "m...