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Will Reading Become Old Hat?

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The spoken word is what separates us from being mere animals. We began developing it nearly a hundred thousand years [more]

Do Chatbots Really Live Up To All The Talk?

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Typical of our irrational human minds, we believe robots are going to take over the world before they can even [more]

How Your Business Can Join the Voice Revolution

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It’s hard to imagine a time when we will talk to our objects and devices and be offended if they [more]

The end of the (land)line for fixed phones

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Twenty years ago we were operating a complex and expensive multi-line phone system. We only had 12 extensions and a [more]

Why Stories Are The Future of The News Feed

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Since it’s release by Facebook in 2006, the News Feed has been in the news a lot and often not [more]

AI won’t replace all jobs – but it will de-skill many of them

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There is a school of thought that says AI will replace routine jobs, and a lot is made of what [more]

The Cognitive Biases That Feed The Social Media Machine

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When were you happiest in the past month and why? If it involves doing something altruistic, then that says a [more]

No more cheques

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Say farewell to the humble paper cheque, in reality it’s pretty much died all by itself but, officially, from January [more]

As entertaining as it is to read about and watch on the big screen, AI is too clever to come [more]

It’s easy to forget that one of the main reasons tech giants collect masses of our data — other than to [more]

We know self-driving technology is transforming transportation in terms of safety and efficiency. But when everyone in a car becomes [more]

As if the end of the alphabet signified a turning point in evolution, Generation Z is transcending the Darwinian model [more]

The majority of Gen Z’s interactions with friends occur through, or at least from behind, the screen. But they still, [more]

A few decades ago, freelancing was somewhat of a rare and ballsy profession reserved for well-established designers or writers that had [more]

Ecommerce has always had one major drawback. Whatever it is you’re buying, whether it be clothes, furniture, or a piece [more]

We’re growing, slightly Looking forward to 2018? We’ve got some modest growth planned – and that means we’re on the [more]

Today, there’s a podcast for everything. There’s one where a guy talks about how much he likes Jeeps. There’s several [more]

The way we interact with technology is becoming increasingly verbal. Many of us send voice messages to family and friends instead [more]

It has all the makings of a revolution: It began with a clandestine group of scientists releasing an anonymous document [more]

Once upon a time, we drove in our masses into congested town centres or for miles to shopping malls to [more]