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Improving CRM With the Internet of Things

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by Angela Guess Ric Merrifield recently wrote for the Harvard Business Review, “Just as it’s hard to remember what life was like before the iPhone, it can be hard to remember business before there was CRM software — back when you still had to explain that it stood for ‘customer relationship management.’ …But now that…

What is Content Intelligence?

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by Ann Kelly All organizations have it. It’s the human in­telligence found in every organization, every impression, perception, experience, decision and reasoning process of the people around you. It hides in e-mails, contracts, technical documents, meeting notes, blog posts, pro­posals, project plans, online chats and customer support records. It’s stored in con­tent management systems, on…

Diffbot Has Its Own Version of Google’s Knowledge Graph

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by Angela Guess Wired contributor Cade Metz recently wrote, “If you’re listening to a Skrillex song, you can say “What’s his real name?” and your phone will give you his real name. If you open an email asking if you want to see Tomorrowland, you can tap on it and get instant reviews, ratings, and…

The Legal Troubles of The Internet of Things

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by Angela Guess Paul Bond recently wrote for Forbes, “In a world where connected devices will soon outnumber connected users six to one, attention must be paid to the security of those connections. The security of the component devices of the Internet of Things has just started to become a matter of direct litigation, but…

The Future is Semantic Memory Identification

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by Angela Guess David Warmflash recently wrote for the Genetic Literacy Project, “You’re in a hurry trying to pay a bill but first you need to register an on-line account and the password requirements are complex and you just can’t get it right. Or you need to get fingerprinted for a high-security government job. Not…

Deep Learning Is Gaining Footholds in New Industries

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by Angela Guess Will Knight recently wrote for the MIT Technology Review, “A machine-learning technique that has already given computers an eerie ability to recognize speech and categorize images is now creeping into industries ranging from computer security to stock trading. If the technique works in those areas, it could create new opportunities but also…