Every time I visit Subway, I get overwhelmed by the barrage of questions. Subway thinks customers love choices. But in reality, all we want is a sandwich.
The team at FilterOff, has adopted a brilliant approach to fight scammers on their platform. Every detected scammer gets added to a side-pool of dating hopefuls that only contained chatbots posing as adorable singles, and other scammers. The team used AI to create a number of chatbots, combined with a
The main goal of the Netflix personalized recommendation system has been to get the right titles in front of each user at the right time. With a catalog spanning thousands of titles and a diverse member base spanning over 220 million accounts, recommending the titles that are just right for
I recently stumbled upon this up and coming AI field called Generative Design. Apparently, AI can now generate original realistic images based on a simple text description.
Did you ever notice how all the information/news we consume on the internet always aligns with our ideologies and worldviews? Does that mean that our worldview on things aligns with the global worldview? Or do you think, we live in a time where our worldviews are bang-on? It’s none of the above...
The amount of time spent discussing an issue in an organization is inversely correlated to its actual importance in the scheme of things
This infographic pulls data from MBLM’s Brand Intimacy Report and visualizes the top 10 brands that different generations connect with the most.
The average attention span of human beings is down from 12 seconds in the year 2000, to 8 seconds in the year 2015, to 6 seconds in 2019.
“Walk at least 10,000 steps a day,” is a modern-day axiom that’s gotten entrenched into fitness regimes across the globe. And with the proliferation of smartwatches, activity trackers and mobile pedometers, this has become a global obsession.