Helge Scherlund’s eLearning News: Robots Are Very Good At Social Distancing | Robotics

Originally posted here… Consumer concerns about autonomous robots may give way to more favorable impressions as demand for human-free delivery grows during the coronavirus outbreak by FreightWaves. Robots Are Very Good At Social Distancing Not so long ago, a “techlash“ threatened to derail progress on autonomous transportation, and critics talked about corrective actions such as …

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605 Names Charter Executive Stephanie Mitchko-Beale to Board

605 is a TV measurement and analytics firm that offers advertising and content measurement, full-funnel attribution, media planning, optimization and analytical solutions on top of our deterministic TV viewership dataset. 605, a television measurement and analytics company, recently announced the appointment of Stephanie Mitchko-Beale to its Board of Directors. Currently the Chief Technology Officer and …

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Anzu.io Appoints Jamie Gutfreund as its Strategic Advisor

Anzu.io is the leading in-game advertising platform that brings real-world brand ads to video gaming and esports. An in-game advertising platform Anzu.io has announced the appointment of Jamie Gutfreund as a Strategic Advisor. Gutfreund is an accomplished global marketing executive with experience in technology, gaming, consumer products and entertainment, including roles with Microsoft, Expedia, talent agency Creative …

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Openprise Announces Availability of Its Agile CDP, Extends Its Data Orchestration Platform

Extends Data Orchestration Platform with B2B Customer Data Platform Capabilities that Deliver Results in as Little as 90 Days.  San Mateo, CA: Openprise, an data orchestration platforms for marketing and sales, today announced the availability of Openprise Agile CDP, the first and only B2B Customer Data Platform (CDP) built on a data orchestration platform—a single, no-code platform that combines the …

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When You Should (and Shouldn’t) Hire an In-House Statistician

In the marketing world, statisticians are the investigators we need to solve complex analytical questions. They provide businesses the insights they need to make data-driven decisions—but when is the right time to hire a statistician in-house? Answers, Chris Hubble, CEO at Bastion db5. Statisticians are skilled at crunching and analyzing data in a variety of helpful ways, but does that mean …

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How Clevertap Improves Customer Engagement With AI in Marketing

Artificial intelligence (AI) helps marketers scale their efforts aimed to improve engagement and customer experience (CX). Let’s look at how you can use AI-powered marketing tools such as CleverTap to enhance customer engagement. We’ve also got exclusive insights from Anand Jain,  co-founder and chief strategy officer at CleverTap. In the past few years, artificial intelligence …

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What Is Lead Nurturing? How eLearning Companies Can Benefit From This Marketing Strategy

Lead nurturing is called that for a reason. It’s a caring, supportive act, using information and insight to develop a relationship with a buyer across every stage of the sales funnel. To nurture a lead is to listen and respond at each turn, using all the learning you’ve gathered to present your product as an …

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What’s the Function of Criticism? Pretty Much Pop: A Culture Podcast #36 with Critic Noah Berlatsky

http://podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/traffic.libsyn.com/partiallyexaminedlife/PMP_036_3-11-20.mp3 Do we need professional critics regulating our entertainment intake?  Noah has written for numerous publications including The Washington Post, The Atlantic, NBC News, The Guardian, Slate, and Vox, and his work has come up for discussion in multiple past Pretty Much Pop episodes. He was invited to join hosts Mark Linsenmayer, Erica Spyres, and …

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