Artificial intelligence is being deployed far and wide in marketing and advertising. In fact, many of the tasks being handled by machine learning and other AI tools are making possible the kinds of user experiences that could not be possible even a couple of years ago.
How to Market New Innovation with Integrity
Why fast integration is the new innovation
The financial services industry is shifting so quickly that it’s hard for credit unions to keep pace. Having built their reputations for superior member service in face-to-face encounters at the branch, credit unions now must meet evolving expectations for state-of-the-art mobile and online access as well. Members want all that delivered seamlessly—along with whatever the …
How the Cloud is Powering New Innovations
It's official - cloud computing is the future way of life, whether it’s for pleasure or for business. Cloud computing has been in devel...
Daiya's New Innovations Are What Cheezy Dreams Are Made Of
Daiya, leading maker of plant-based foods that are dairy, gluten and soy free, today announced the addition of several new innovations to its expanding line up of crave-worthy, plant-based...
What are the New Innovations in Control Valve Technology?
In an effort to advance control valve technology, several new butterfly valve innovations have recently come on the market.
Why Roxbury Is Boston’s New Innovation District
While Roxbury may lack traditional large pillar tech companies, there’s no shortage of innovation and startup activity happening within its confines. Aaron Lumnah writes about the recent developments of the neighborhood, including Mayor Walsh's plans to make Dudley Square a major innovation district.
Why That New Innovation Effort May Not Be Worth It
Nowadays, almost every company claims to be innovative, if only to attract top talent, please investors, and strengthen its brand. Some companies are innovative, but many are not. If you are going to lead or be a part of a new initiative, how can you tell if your organization is really committed to supporting that […]
10 new innovations that could change the world
Since 2001, the MIT Technology Review has released their list of the 10 most important technological innovations that emerged each year. The editors selected each item based on its potential to change the world. Previous years lists included agricultural drones, ultraprivate smartphones, brain mapping, neuromorphic chips, genome editing, mobile collaboration, and micro 3-D printing. The 2015 list is just as exciting.
How to Successfully Introduce New Innovations to Customers
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New innovations and implant solutions from Nobel Biocare
Nobel Biocare has long been one of the leaders of dental implantology—in fact, they are celebrating the 50th anniversary of P-I Brånemark’s first implant patient
10 New Innovations That Could Change the World
Since 2001, the MIT Technology Review has released their list of the 10 most important technological innovations that emerged each year. The Editors selected each item based on its potential to change the world. Previous years lists included epigenetics, wireless sensor networks, grid computing, additive manufacturing, smart watches, and mobile 3-D. The 2014 list is just as exciting.
New innovations, emerging trends highlight PMA Foodservice Conference & Expo
Fresh produce and foodservice professionals contributed to another year full of groundbreaking products, mouthwatering dishes and full on engagement at PMA’s 35th annual Foodservice Conference & Expo. The event in Monterey, CA, attracted 1,952 attendees, including more than 485 foodservice distr...
Passion drives innovation: AR and VR founders survey reveals new trends
My company, Forward - a human capital solutions company focused on talent acquisition and development for innovation leaders conducted a survey directed to founders of augmented reality and virtual reality technology companies. The purpose, to get a snapshot picture of talent attitudes and trends. The goal, the help give some visibility to the industry to move forward. Out of the hundreds of international VR and AR companies, 70 founders responded to the survey.
EML Payments to create 20 Galway jobs at new innovation hub
EML Payments is to expand its Galway operation with the establishment of a technology and innovation hub that will employ 20 people.
Q&A With James Greenberger: Top Trends & New Innovations In Energy Storage
Rapid solar industry growth has powered the innovation and utilization of energy storage. Noticing the increasing integration and emerging complementary opportunities, the Intersolar North America team made a conscious decision to incorporate energy storage more fully into the 2020 event content. They recently interviewed James Greenberger, the Executive Director of NAATBatt International
5 Ways DCI Growth is Driving New Innovations in Transport Networking
New technologies and capabilities, driven by data center interconnect (DCI) applications and capacity growth, are now available. Here are five new innovations to support growing DCI demands, and how industry analysts see the DCI market taking shape.
Texas A&M leading the way with new innovation at Vet Hospital
TAMU now using an app to connect hospital staff with owners while their pet is receiving serious medical treatment.
Here’s How You Pitch New Innovations to Corporate Boards