There’s no doubt that artificial intelligence is going to change nearly every aspect of the world around us in the coming years. While some are still in denial of this fact, many others are charging ahead, and exploring what it may offer. Driving Digital Transformation Through Data and AI: A Practical Guide to Delivering Data Science and Machine Learning Products hopes to look at just what AI may offer us now, and in the future.
No matter how impervious you believe you are, bias impacts every one of us. Much of the way we think and act every day is the result of various forms of bias shaping our thoughts and actions. How does it do that? The mechanics are explored in great detail in Sway: Unravelling Unconscious Bias by Dr. Pragya Agarwal.
We all want to be wanted. The person people go to when they need something. A trusted source of advice, insight, and making things happen. How do you become that go-to employee in your organization? The Art of Being Indispensable at Work: Win Influence, Beat Overcommitment, and Get the Right Things Done looks to show you just that.
He went on a 17-year terror spree that struck fear in the entire nation. His bombs killed 3 and injured 23 more. It took the work of hundreds to find and capture him.
While you likely know some of the stories, this is the inside scoop from the people that lead the investigation and brought him to justice. Take a look inside Hunting the Unabomber: The FBI, Ted Kaczynski, and the Capture of America’s Most Notorious Domestic Terrorist.
The marketing field is ever-changing and always has been. The way we reach people continues to evolve, and marketers work to keep-pace. But will it ever end? One man seems to think so. The End Of Marketing: Humanizing Your Brand In The Age Of Social Media and AI suggests just that.
Want to stand out? To be iconic? All brands do, but it’s become very difficult in a world with so many vying for our attention. Author Jamie Mustard believes he holds the key to success, in The Iconist: The Art And Science Of Standing Out, but his solution clearly fails to do so.