2020-01-18 22:24:41| Small Business Brief
Global jewelry sales are predicted to hit $250 billion in 2020. It’s no surprise. The jewelry business has been going for thousands of years, with some shell beads having been discovered that could be as much as 100,000 years old. With a long and proud history and so much money to be made, starting a jewelry business […]
2020-01-17 18:00:00| Fool.com Headlines
The hard-drive maker is taking baby steps into the higher-growth market with enterprise and gaming SSDs.
2020-01-17 17:14:30| Harvard Business School Working Knowledge
2020-01-17 14:25:03| The Economic Times
Consumer is the new king in Ambani's businessAnalysts in an ET NOW poll had estimated Reliance's profit number at Rs 11,400 crore.
2020-01-17 13:02:40| Guardian Unlimited Business - more business news
You dont have to be a giant of Silicon Valley to take advantage of AI. From automated systems that monitor cashflow, to software that sends out emails, theres a plethora of online tools available to help small firms growSelf-driving cars, surgery carried out by robots, facial recognition software the transformative potential of artificial intelligence (AI) and its implications for the world of work have rarely been out of the headlines in recent years. Everything we assume about work, jobs, training and education and being human is being challenged by exponential scientific and technological progress, futurist author Gerd Leonhard says. Humanity will change more in the next 20 years than in the previous 300.Considering the magnitude and scale of this fourth industrial revolution, its understandable that many small business owners feel left behind. Few will have the teams of data scientists, money and know-how to create their own bespoke solutions, unless theyre operating in the AI sector themselves. Yet many will be using platforms and tools that already incorporate AI anyone doing a Google search, for example, is experiencing it in action. You can be sure there isnt a human sitting in a cubicle, sifting by hand through the entire internet to decide which search result to serve you, says Cassie Kozyrkov, chief decision scientist at Google. Continue reading...