Digital assistants – why is being smart so hard?

Interacting with computers has always been clunky and indirect, and today’s digital assistants are no different. They misunderstand, misinterpret and malfunction. But why is it so hard to make this most promising way of interacting with a machine work? The answer lies in the interaction between the different modules required for a smart assistant. When […]

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Smart Solutions with Simple IoT

Many businesses have not implemented an IoT solution; however, statistics predict that there will be more than 75 billion connected IoT devices by 2025. There are a vast number of barriers preventing widespread IoT adoption. For a large percentage of decision-makers, the reason is a lack of understanding of how IoT can be beneficial to […]

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Information Technology and Corporate Culture: Linking Them for Success

Executives focus on individuals as the major source of knowledge, and show how follower’s ties together so that they can affect the sharing, storage, transfer, and apply knowledge within organizations. Executives, therefore, see these connections, and the related shared knowledge and memory, as central to the effectiveness of corporate culture. Executives know that information technology […]

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Calming the Case Management System Chaos!

If you have been an attorney running your own firm, if you attend regular bar association conferences or are a lawyer that is still breathing (that’s a joke😉), you have no doubt been bombarded by the highly competitive case management system craze! You know you need a new system. Something isn’t working and hasn’t been […]

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The Art and Science of Healthcare Analytics

Living in the world of data science and analytics, I often find myself being asked by customers and colleagues “what are your predictions for the pharma/biotech industry and what steps should we take to truly make AI/ML operational from a multichannel marketing and real-world evidence standpoint?” It’s a BIG question, and there are definite trends […]

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Collaboration, Effective Working and Legal Technology

In simple terms, collaboration involves people working together to achieve a shared goal. It is rare for a lawyer to complete a case from start to finish without input from other lawyers and legal staff such as secretaries and paralegals. Equally, law firms can often become siloed – with poor communication between different departments leading […]

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