According to the 2010 U.S. Census, one in five people have some form of physical or cognitive disability. And yet as of 2016, only 17.9 percent of people with disabilities were employed, compared with 65.3 percent of people without a disability. Continue reading…
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Facebook has this week unveiled a new automated image identification system which uses AI to describe the contents of photos. The announcement has significant implications for future data possibilties.
From today, people using both the iOS and Android versions of the Twitter app will be able to add descriptions of up to 420 characters to images within Tweets.
For many luxury digital marketers, the competitors are the other luxury brands. But that's wrong. The true opponents are now Nike, Starbucks, top banks. These stakeholders fight for the exact same resource: the attention of decision-makers, affluent people, influencers. read more
Tony Hsieh, CEO of Zappos, invented his business on accessibility to their customers. Today’s customers are social customers, so rather than measuring how little time each customer service rep spends on a resolution or general communication, Zappos built a model where employees are rewarded for spending more time conversing with their customers.