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Corporate communications also not safe from onset of AI
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Corporate communications also not safe from onset of AI
By Anthony Petrucci - Forbes | April 30, 2018
Trust is an important topic for those of us that work in corporate communications.... Read More
wrapup april 20 2018
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Delta, Blacklane, BookingKit and more news briefs today...
By PhocusWire | April 20, 2018
Delta launches Farelogix’s calculation engine… BookingKit partners with Vakario… Thai Airways International promotes Blacklane… Cathay Pacific integrates with Skyscanner… RedAwning grows distribution… ... Read More
Meet the ultra-smart new head of AI at Google
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Meet the ultra-smart new head of AI at Google
By Tom Simonite - Wired | April 19, 2018
Google's heavy investment in artificial intelligence has helped the company’s software write music and beat humans at complex board games.... Read More
Apple in danger of being Blackberry, circa 2007
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Apple in danger of being Blackberry, circa 2007
By Bret Kinsella - VoiceBot | April 16, 2018
Parallels from history are rarely exact replicas. Learning from history requires we look for similarities in patterns despite differences in details.... Read More
wrapup april 2 2018
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Amadeus, Hotelbeds, Interjet and more news briefs today...
By PhocusWire | April 2, 2018
Amadeus adds tours from Bookingkit… Hotelbeds group succeeds through its API… Interjet signs deal with Sabre… Philippine Airlines works toward five-star rating… Peakwork introduces new solutions…... Read More
wrapup march 20 2018
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Revinate, SmarterTravel, Sabre and more news briefs today...
By PhocusWire | March 20, 2018
In today’s wrap-up of news in brief: Revinate partners with Protel… Sabre ups CRM game… SmarterTravel assists advertisers… Travefy expands city guides… Aeromexico extends deal with Sabre...... Read More
Voices that are more human than human
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Voices that are more human than human
March 14, 2018
The phone rings and you answer. It’s your mother.... Read More
wrapup march 5 2018
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HomeToGo, Utrip, Vacasa and more news briefs today...
By PhocusWire | March 5, 2018
In today’s wrap-up of news in brief… HomeToGo expands South American presence… Cape Air and Utrip launch AI travel planning tool… MeetingPackage.com unveils dynamic pricing strategy… Bd4travel and Vacasa see executive moves…... Read More
Baidu app can mimic your voice after just one minute
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Baidu app can mimic your voice after just one minute
By Luke Dormehl - Digital Trends | March 1, 2018
Researchers at Chinese search giant Baidu have created an artificial intelligence they claim can learn to accurately mimic your voice — based on less than a minute’s worth of listening to it.... Read More
Blockchain and a potential snafu with EU privacy law
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Blockchain and a potential snafu with EU privacy law
By David Meyer - IAPP | February 28, 2018
There's one huge problem on the horizon for blockchain: Europe's privacy push in the shape of its General Data Protection Law.... Read More
DHISCO, Travelport, RoomIT and more news briefs today...
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DHISCO, Travelport, RoomIT and more news briefs today...
By PhocusWire | February 27, 2018
In today's wrap-up of news in brief... DHISCO and Peakwork... Travelport and ACI Worldwide... RoomIT loyalty... GrandStay mobile office... Japan Trip Navigator...... Read More
wrapup february 21 2018
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Travelport, Egencia, Yapta and more news briefs today...
By PhocusWire | February 22, 2018
In today's wrap-up of news in brief: Travelport adds NDC-enabled content… Egencia expands rebooking services… RedAwning debuts voice assistant… Yapta partners with Amadeus…... Read More
Why "smart cities" disguise other issues
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Why "smart cities" disguise other issues
By Bruce Sterling - The Atlantic | February 20, 2018
The term “smart city” is interesting yet not important, because nobody defines it. “Smart” is a snazzy political label used by a modern alliance of leftist urbanites and tech industrialists.... Read More
The case for a decentralized internet
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The case for a decentralized internet
By Chris Dixon | February 19, 2018
The internet is still early in its evolution: the core internet services will likely be almost entirely rearchitected in the coming decades.... Read More
China's road to becoming a technology superpower
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China's road to becoming a technology superpower
By Christina Larson - Wired | February 14, 2018
In the early 2000s, a corner of Beijing now often referred to as China’s Silicon Valley – was mostly famous for its sprawling electronics markets.... Read More