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Continuing a series we began in 2013, we share some of the most interesting articles, researches, and resources recently bookmarked by the Zooma team. We hope you find it inspiring and useful!
This October, we have an HBR research on work productivity from home, some insights from Google’s Head of Research about consumer needs and behaviour, the latest ConsumerLab report of Ericsson, and more.
Discover the replicated 2013 HBR study on work productivity from home, interviewing respondents with similar profiles and using the same questions as before and.
Here are the key findings:
Explore the best practices for running a remote design team with some great insights about remote work, created by InVision's team - a fully distributed remote workforce since 2011. It's somewhat aimed towards designers, but there are chapters that everyone can benefit from.
SMX speaker, Frédéric Dubut of Bing, explains why 2020 is the year SEOs need to evaluate their intent research practices to keep up with the latest developments in deep learning and natural language processing.
Consumer needs trigger consumer journeys. But how can marketers identify these consumer needs and respond to them? Justin De Graaf, Head of Research and Insights at Google, speaks about the emotions behind need states and what marketers can do to put this information to use.
This report uncovers consumer behaviour both before and during the COVID-19 crisis and post-pandemic expectations. Read Ericsson ConsumerLab's latest report.
In this article, Erik Ekudden, Senior Vice President, Chief Technology Officer and Head of Group Function Technology at Ericsson explains the ongoing evolution of the network platform in terms of the key needs that are driving its evolution and the emerging capabilities that will meet both those and other needs.
This AI turns rough sketches to photorealistic landscapes. Researchers at NVIDIA have developed a deep learning model that uses generative adversarial networks to convert rough sketches into life-like images.
Engati is a chatbot platform with multilingual capabilities for global customers. With smart AI bots, they help you create the smoothest of customer experiences across 14+ platforms. And now, they are helping to answer customers' most complicated questions in real-time with Engati Live Chat. You can find more information here.
The Guardian asked GPT-3, OpenAI’s powerful new language generator, to write an essay for us from scratch. The assignment? To convince us robots come in peace.
In 2015, the United Nations predicted that the global population could surpass 11 billion by the end of the century. Last year, the UN revised these estimates, but the numbers it came up with were still well above 10 billion. These regular projections from the UN have been the status quo—until now. Explore the projection of the world’s population, by country in 2100.
Understand what motivates B2B buyers and how you can earn their trust. The guide to the B2B buying landscape uncovers:
Subscribe to get the weekly newsletter every Sunday, with the best ESG-related stories from the past week. Essentially, ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) is a way to assess what companies (and other organisations) are doing to get an idea of how sustainable they really are.
Ant Group, China's largest FinTech company and a spin-off from tech giant Alibaba, will be listed on the stock exchange and will be one of history's largest IPOs.
In this episode of Market Makers, the podcast is visited by China and tech expert Tom Xiong, who also runs the eminent podcast 'Den Digitala Draken' to talk about the upcoming listing.
The docudrama film on Netflix 'The Social Dilemma' explores the dangerous human impact of social networking, with tech experts sounding the alarm on their creations. Its focus on the exploitation of its users for profit through surveillance capitalism and data mining, how its design is intended to promote addiction, its use in politics, its impact on mental health and its role in spreading conspiracy theories such as Pizzagate.
In the absence of real travelling, here is some inspiration that you can follow on Instagram: