Deep Learning Technology: Helpful or Harmful (Part 2)

Part 2: Adios Cruise Control. Hello Self-Driving Cars! By Sophia Fiat It’s unlikely that any of you have ever been in a car with me but two things about driving really grind my gears – distracted drivers and traffic. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 94 percent of accidents in the U.S. are caused… Read More Deep Learning Technology: Helpful or Harmful (Part 2)

Deep Learning Technology: Helpful or Harmful? (Part 1)

By: Sophia Fiat From phones that can identify cancer to self-driving cars, and autonomous grocery stores, today’s technology and deep learning applications are pretty badass – and they are becoming deep-rooted in every part of our lives – for better or for worse. The applications of deep learning technology are just starting to emerge but… Read More Deep Learning Technology: Helpful or Harmful? (Part 1)

Why Subscription Boxes Are So Effective

By: Nicole Birnbaum Delivery! Who doesn’t love hearing that word? I certainly do! Subscriptions box services have become a dominating trend, carving a place for themselves in nearly every consumer retail category.  E-commerce continues to serve as a growing way for Americans to buy products, with an increasing popularity surrounding personalization and automation. Here are… Read More Why Subscription Boxes Are So Effective

3 Lessons in Crisis Communication from the Samsung Recall

By Kristina Florio The Galaxy Note 7 is literally blowing up Samsung’s market value. Samsung Electronics Co. is facing company crisis as one of the world’s leading smartphone makers deals with a recall of its newest devices following reports of exploding batteries. Since the company announced its recent recall of the Note 7, more than… Read More 3 Lessons in Crisis Communication from the Samsung Recall