With everything going on in the world lately–from #MeToo to the deafening lack of female keynotes at CES, major cultural issues facing women have finally been brought to the forefront.
Disruption + Innovation
This year’s CES was no different than the last few: we saw again that any product — anything at all, really — can and will become “smart”. But “smart” is not always the same as “wise.”
The majority of floor space in this year’s massive North Hall at CES is dedicated to automobile makers or companies that supply parts and solutions for our cars.
When the 3D TV revolution ended at the start of 2017, some pundits, who’ve long predicted the death of TV itself, were convinced this was the final death knell.
They used to say speed kills. But, in the current digital marketing landscape, a lack of speed is what kills.
Blockchain could replace all the nastiness that comes with untrusting third-party intermediaries and replace it with an insurmountable trust machine.
Digital advertising often gets it wrong. So wrong, in fact, that by next year it is predicted that 30 per cent of advertising content will be blocked.
Young hungry startups are openly eating the lunch of bigger established companies. But, somehow the imperative to change feels less urgent than in days past. Why is this?
We are moving into an era where we bid farewell to search and scroll. We instead are already interacting with smart speakers and assistants.