How to Survive the Age of Automation
Automation is disrupting the wealth advisory industry. The next generation will see, and seems open to, a hybrid approach of digital investment tools and human advisors.
A New Blueprint for Funding Innovation
Startups that boast an innovative social mission stand to benefit from a new $25 million fund launched that hopes to buck the trend of early stage Silicon Valley investors.
The Billionaire Players in the Mars Space Race
Barack Obama supports the US sending humans to Mars by the 2030s. Achieving that goal, however, will require competition from the private markets.
The AI Tech That’s Giving Spotify the Edge over Apple
Spotify’s tie-up with machine learning startup Niland has gotten users excited about the possibilities for further tailoring streaming music on demand and given Spotify a possible edge over competitor Apple.
The Not-So Surprising Rise of UX
User experience is on companies’ radars these days. From looks to function to feel, websites are getting easier to use as businesses feel more pressure to make sure their sites are targeting their intended customers in the best ways possible.
Sensitive Seating and What Your Desk Could Say about You
There’s more to new office chairs than meets the eye. A new universe of smart desks tracks users’ activities and makes sure they stay on the move. It also sends employers information about how office spaces are being used.
Alexa, Make It So
From Google and IBM to Amazon, companies are racing to see whose voice-enabled virtual assistant will wiggle their way into consumers’ lives -- and where it makes sense or is helpful to have them.