Cancer technology update

Set aside 30 minutes to listen to Dr. Taniguchi break down cancer treatment technology. Tap or click to listen now. (PssT! You can also subscribe to us on iTunes, listen on Spotify and hear us on Stitcher, Google Play and iHeartRadio, too. Tell a friend!) New approaches to treating cancer Regular Komando on Demand guest Dr. Cullen Taniguchi of MD Anderson Cancer Center joins […]

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Top Technology Trends That Will Reshape The Customer Experience In 2019

GettyGetty In my last article, I wrote about how expectations of the customer experience will fundamentally change in the coming years. Millennials and Generation Z expect brands to have sophisticated self-service offerings. As the CTO of a company that streamlines customer care operations, I’ve seen firsthand how fast access to products and services, combined with seamless […]

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Analysis | The Technology 202: Is the FTC powerful enough to be an effective privacy cop? New report raises questions

Ctrl + N Rep. Frank Pallone Jr. (D-N.J.) in Union Beach, N.J., on Aug. 17, 2017. (Julio Cortez/AP) The Federal Trade Commission is supposed to be the U.S. government’s top Internet privacy cop. But a new report raises questions about whether the agency has the resources and authority it needs to protect consumers.  Data privacy controversies seem to […]

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Innovative wave technology could be used to provide homes with low-cost energy

<!– –> MENUSEARCH QUOTES Sustainable Energy Engineers have developed wave energy technology that could help to produce low-cost electricity for thousands of households. In an announcement Wednesday, the University of Edinburgh said that the device could convert wave power into electricity and had been designed “to be incorporated into existing ocean energy systems.” Experiments in […]

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Face recognition technology in classrooms is here – and that’s ok

Recently, the Victorian Government brought in new rules stating Victorian state schools will be banned from using facial recognition technology in classrooms unless they have the approval of parents, students and the Department of Education. Students may be justifiably horrified at the thought of being monitored as they move throughout the school during the day. […]

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