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TECHNOLOGY

Spotlight on Stathletes: data & analytics for professional sports
Meghan Chayka is co-founder and CEO of Canadian sports data and analytics company Stathletes. Her customers are professional ice hockey teams that want to use data to optimize their performance, leave behind the competition, and wow fans.
Spotlight on farmer connect®: data for transparent and fair supply chains
Michael Chrisment is the CEO of the Swiss startup farmer connect®. Using IBM’s blockchain technology, the agritech company ensures greater sustainability and transparency in the food industry’s production and supply chains.
Emotion AI – the artificial emotional intelligence
Robots with emotions can master complex tasks better. Researchers are convinced of this. But how do machines learn to read emotions, and what opportunities does emotion AI open up in the business world?
How the IoT is challenging data protection
Companies have to utilize the pioneering technologies of the Internet of Things to stay competitive. However, that can quickly become extremely tricky in terms of data protection!
3 tips for software developers to work effectively as a team from home
To be as productive as possible, product teams must work together closely in person – a common theory that questions if software developers can collaborate well when working from home. These 3 tips make remote product development a success!
Networked production: CDOs needed as digital strategists and networkers
Embarking on the journey toward networked production enables companies to make their production processes much more efficient and flexible. When merging machines, systems, and humans together, CDOs have an important part to play.
Augmented reality in retail: growing customer interest due to corona
AR applications in shopping offer companies enormous potential that so far has hardly been tapped. However, the coronavirus crisis could accelerate the trend, with customer interest in augmented reality rapidly climbing in retail.
That’s why the Internet of Things needs artificial intelligence
Artificial intelligence can revolutionize the Internet of Things. Both technologies have already been well-known phenomena of the digital age for years, but they can only reach their full potential when combined.
Efficient processes and reduced costs using digital twins
Is everything running smoothly or would it be worth optimizing something? Product managers and process owners ask themselves these and similar questions on a daily basis. A digital twin can provide the right answers. This story reveals how it works.
Using adtech efficiently: more time for better media management
Ad-tech solutions are vital to modern media planning. However, it makes little sense to merely optimize the structure of campaigns. It is much more important to make time for creativity and innovation.