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Originally posted on October 2, 2023 | By: Rob Porter Macrolearning focuses on teaching broad concepts and ideas instead of specific details or skills—leading to better problem solving in addition to critical and creative thinking. Today, people take for granted that information and answers are available to them within seconds: Instructions for doing nearly everything… View Article
Originally posted on August 28, 2023 | By Joe McKendrick While almost nine in 10 business leaders agree it’s important to have clear guidelines on artifical intelligence (AI) ethics and corporate responsibility, barely a handful admit they have such guidelines, a recent survey shows. Such findings suggest there’s confusion about what approaches need to be taken to govern… View Article
Originally posted on August 24, 2023 | By Alex Woodie Large language models (LLMs) have dominated the data and AI conversation through the first eight months of 2023, courtesy of the whirlwind that is ChatGPT. Despite the consumer success, few companies have concrete plans to put commercial LLMs into production, with concerns about privacy and ethics… View Article
Originally posted on August 29, 2023 | By Matthew Gideon Hostess has been a staple of the global food market for more than a hundred years, producing some of the world’s most beloved desserts and baked goods including Sno Balls, HoHos, Ding Dongs and, of course, Twinkies. But even an experienced maker of snacks needs some… View Article
Originally posted on August 28, 2023 | By Cindy Tan , Victor Dey AI companies are racing to provide the best generative AI solutions for enterprises, indicating an increasing organizational appetite for artificial intelligence to streamline workflows and enhance productivity. But, concerns about ethical implications of AI and corporate responsibility have surfaced. A recent survey by AI-solutions provider Conversica, delves into… View Article
Originally posted on August 22, 2023 | By Jessica Booth The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is a psychological test meant to define one’s personality type. According to the MBTI, there are 16 different personality types that people fall under. One of the personality types is INFP, which may describe curious, creative and thoughtful individuals. An MBTI assessment… View Article
Originally posted on August 18, 2023 | By Julian Durand and Amandeep Grover Playing devil’s advocate, let’s pose the following question: Why do people use the Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) encryption system used for sending encrypted emails and encrypting sensitive files, or secure messaging applications like WhatsApp or Signal? After all, Transport Layer Security (TLS) offers… View Article
Originally posted on August 10, 2023 | By George B. Thomas Conversica CMO David Greenberg believes that AI is going to not only change the way businesses operate but also create new metrics with which to measure success. “I think about how I treat my leads differently than I have in the past,” he says in Marketing… View Article
Originally posted on August 9, 2023 | By Jessica Booth Many people use the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), a personality test based on Carl Jung’s theory of personality typology, to get a better understanding of their behavior. The test has users answer a series of questions about how they might respond to different situations and categorizes… View Article
Originally posted on | By Timothy Maurice Timothy speaks to the Myers-Briggs Company’s Head of Thought Leadership, John Hackston, about how understanding the mystery of personality can help you compete and be a better leader and master relationships. Listen to the full podcast at The Brain and Brand Show.