Although the widespread adoption of social media has provided powerful and targeted marketing outlets, companies are still expected to provide engaging content if they want to capture consumer attention. Many firms don’t have the expertise within staff members to create effective content while outsourcing content creation to external firms comes with hurdles such as high … Continue reading The Ceros Experience
Given the exciting special guest we'll be having on Wednesday, I found it fitting to do some research on Sophie Miller and the facet of Google that she has been involved in. Miller currently leads business development for shopping across Google's Daydream AR and VR products. She has been working at google since 2007, taking … Continue reading Hey Google, let’s Daydream
Blockchain in the food industry has the ability to increase trust between suppliers and customers, by acting as “an immutable digital ledger” that tracks movement within the food industry. Customers have criticized restaurants, including Chipotle and McDonald’s, for selling food that led to the outbreak of foodborne diseases. There are always difficulties for a company … Continue reading Blockchain and food?
Large companies such as MetLife, BlackRock, Wells Fargo, Goldman Sachs, and J.P. Morgan are utilizing accelerator programs to integrate an entrepreneurial spirit and innovate the long-standing company’s traditional methods. MetLife: The insurance industry has massive size and reach, with global insurance premiums of $4.5 trillion in 2015. As I talked about in my presentation, MetLife … Continue reading Big Business & Startups: Leveraging Accelerator Programs to Merge the Two
Imagine this: It’s Monday morning, the alarm goes off at 7:30 a.m.because it knows you have work, so it crafts out the necessary amount of time you need to get ready and be on time. You are reluctant to get out of your warm, cozy bed, and the first thing you do is reach for … Continue reading Smart Homes – AI powered IoT
According to Andrew Ferguson, “more than 60 American police departments use some form of “predictive policing” to guide their day-to-day operations.” Last year, Ferguson published the book The Rise of Big Data Policing which introduces the cutting edge technology that police departments around the country are beginning to implement, making their job more proactive. By compiling … Continue reading Big-Data Policing: Is it Helping or Hurting Society?
Some of the largest technology companies that have arisen in the past 15 years have been disrupters of society's most deeply rooted industries. For example, the taxi industry, which started in 1897, was changed drastically by companies such as Uber and Lyft. The hotel industry, which was started in Japan in 705 AD, has recently … Continue reading PropTech: Disrupting Real Estate