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Big Brother’s Blind Spot | Joanne McNeil
Netflix believes, algorithmically at least, that I am the kind of person who likes to watch “Dark TV Shows Featuring a Strong Female Lead.” This picksome genre is never one that I that seek out intentionally, and I’m not sure it even represents my viewing habits.
big  brother  data  biometrics  information  law  limits  module  panopticon  politics  privacy  security  surveillance  stream 
12 days ago by therourke
Go Big or Go Home: LG’s V40 Is a 5-Camera Behemoth
It’s an arms race in the mobile phone industry. First was the big push to dual-camera modules, first debuted on the HTC One M8 in 2014, and revived on the LG G5 in 2016. Today, virtually every flagship smartphone sports a dual-lens shooter on its rear (I’m looking at you, Sony). Just months ago, Chinese...

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Go  Big  or  Home:  LG’s  V40  Is  a  5-Camera  Behemoth 
22 days ago by vrzone
My Take: The Role of Anaplan in Defining the Art of the Possible in Supply Chain Planning
"The pace of technology change is faster than business user adoption. The first step is education. The second is action. In my travels, I see companies stuck in a quagmire of arguments focused on the standardization on yesterday’s technologies versus the adoption of new approaches. In embracing the art of the possible, companies struggle. Many companies make the mistake that yesterday’s technologists–JDA, Logility, Oracle, SAP– are good business development partners to define the “art of the possible.” (On a side note, during my fifteen years as an analyst, I have never seen co-development with large established technologists be successful.) The internal dissonance within the manufacturing organization is deadly."
big  data  supply  chains  customer-centric  demand  digital  chain  new  technologies  anaplan  art  of  the  possible  network  networks  insights  global  summit 
24 days ago by jonerp
Step Aside, YouTube: Facebook’s IGTV Might Be the Next Big Thing In Video Streaming
Just earlier today, Instagram CEO Kevin Systrom announced the launch of IGTV, a standalone app accessible from within Instagram. This new platform will allow users to upload videos up to one hour in length, up from the one-minute limit on Instagram. As a direct challenge to video streaming behemoth YouTube, IGTV was launched with a...

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Step  Aside  YouTube:  Facebook’s  IGTV  Might  Be  the  Next  Big  Thing  In  Video  Streaming 
28 days ago by vrzone

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