There may have been a tie a few years ago, but now that Rush’s Neil Peart has retired from performing regularly, there is no doubt about who the greatest living rock drummer in the world is: Kenny Aronoff.
Tom Edwards, chief digital officer of agency business at Epsilon, talks about making robots more acceptable, how traditional retail will be disrupted by computer vision, and how Kodak intends to take a leadership role in digital rights management via blockchain.
By Kellie Ell for CNBC Vinny Lingham is Exclusively Represented by CAL Entertainment Internet entrepreneur Vinny Lingham predicted on Thursday that bitcoin cash — the offshoot of the popular cryptocurrency — will be in greater demand than actual bitcoin in the future. “Bitcoin and bitcoin cash are focusing on two totally different markets right now,” said […]
This is episode 119 and today I sit down with Tom Edwards, the Chief Digital Officer Agency @ Epsilon, and the creator of Blackfin360 who was recently recognized by AdAge as a Marketing Technology Trailblazer, and we talk all things Artificial Intelligence or as many call it… AI.
The opening title credits for “Rodney Mullen Vs. Daewon Song” fly onto the screen like text in a remedial PowerPoint presentation. The picture is grainy, as almost all VHS tapes were, and cuts bounce into each other instead of sliding with contemporary digital smoothness. The black background and white lettering is clean and simple; everything is raw, seemingly as much by necessity as by choice. No one involved was trying to win an Oscar.
What can you say about Rodney Mullen that hasn’t already been spoken or written by people much more talented than myself. The Mullen essentially created the modern discipline of street skating, inventing tricks that have become the bedrock of a $5 billion dollar industry.
Vinny, thanks for chatting to me today. Many of our readers would know some of your background with Gyft and, of course, the Shark Tank in South Africa…
Still in the early stages of development and use, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and deep learning are already impacting how we live, work, and play. Is your organization ready to embrace and leverage these disruptive innovations?
I spoke to Josh Tickell, who is the author of Kiss the Ground: How the Food You Eat Can Reverse Climate Change, Heal Your Body & Ultimately Save Our World, about why he wrote the book, how the food we eat can make a difference, what he learned from the interviews he captured in the book, and his best career advice.
Healthcare in the U.S. is facing a lot of uncertainty due to changing policies and an aging demographic. People over the age of 65 will soon make up 55% of the nation’s population, causing a shortage of 40,800 to 100,000 physicians. Luckily, advances in technologies such as virtual reality, wearable devices, and 5G may provide both an affordable alternative and improved quality of life including better personal care monitoring, more effective treatment, and a helping hand in the operating room.