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Unlock business predictability through a high-def customer picture

In Ridley Scott’s 2013 movie, ‘The Councillor’, a philosophical Brad Pitt tells a stressed Michael Fassbender that, “you don’t know someone until you know what they want.” Although clearly never intended to be used as a business quote, it does offer a polarising reminder of the importance of understanding what’s important to your customers if you really want to know them, says James Frampton, SVP and GM, EMEA, SugarCRM.

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LG unveils autonomous robot with disinfecting UV light for B2B use

Combining its core competencies in robotics, artificial intelligence and autonomous vehicles with a deep understanding of customer needs, LG Electronics announced that it is developing an autonomous robot that will use ultraviolet (UV-C) light to disinfect high-touch, high-traffic areas. LG Business Solutions USA plans to offer the UV robot to U.S. hospitality, education, corporate, retail, restaurant, and transportation customers in early 2021.

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KanKan AI announces the release of its S and T series smart boxes

Remark Holdings, Inc., a diversified global technology company with artificial intelligence (“AI”) solutions and digital media properties, announced that Remark’s KanKan AI business successfully released its edge computing systems, the S and T Series Smart Boxes, AI-based edge computing boxes equipped with NVIDIA’s new generation of high-performance edge computing modules, with a smaller size and lower power requirements.

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Rising customer expectations and a personal view of the world: Just two of the eCommerce trends

Amid the disruption of 2020, new eCommerce trends have emerged that are set to transform the industry. Here, Mark Bennigsen, service development director at Columbus UK, examines five customer demands that businesses with eCommerce operations must satisfy in 2021 and the technology needed to address them.

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Intelligent industrial robotics: An answer for smart logistic productivity in post covid

As e-commerce volumes soar and labour shortages continue in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, more enterprises are seeking automated robotics solutions to meet client demand and increase efficiency. Mech-Mind Robotics‘ intelligent industrial robots address key challenges facing industry players today with next-gen solutions that are accurate, precise, and cost-effective.

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Lessons from AI deployments today point to a rosy future

Transforma Insights’ examination of real-world artificial intelligence (AI) deployments shows that most today are focused on mundane applications delivering cost savings, rather than being truly transformational. However, rapid pay-back and high levels of automation bode well for more widespread adoption in innovative fields. Matt Hatton, co-founder of Transforma Insights reports.

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IoT can get you back to work

The City of London usually welcomes around 550,000 workers daily. Today that number is closer to 15,000. Why? Because the majority of City workers have to commute by public transportation train, tube or bus to get to work. In the past, says Bart Schouw, chief evangelist at Software AG, this meant sitting or more likely standing in a crowded, hot space with no air conditioning (and not enough people wearing masks).

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How AI enhances connected device manufacturers’ fraud detection and prevention

As sure as the sun rises in the east, when money is actively exchanging hands, scammers will shortly get a whiff and show up to take what they can. And so, says Judd Bagley, VP of marketing at Everise, it is in the market for connected devices, where Statista reports that in 2019, new smart phone and smart home product revenues in the US alone combined to reach just under $160 billion (€135.23 billion) – which is more than the GDP of Ukraine.

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Navigating ‘Big Tech’ threat in banking; Banks can learn from fintech

In 2017, the World Economic Forum (WEF) released a report which cited ‘Big Tech’ as a greater threat to banks than fintech. Three years later, says Eelco-Jan Boonstra, managing director of EMEA at Mambu, this continues to hold true as we’ve seen technology giants such as Google, Apple and Facebook move deeper into the world of finance.

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