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Offering Subscriptions Ensures Better Customer Experience

Amazing product quality isn’t the main selling point for everyone. And when it boils down to customer experience—what’s the secret juice that keeps them locked in with your subscriptions? Offering subscriptions ensure a better customer experience. Selling subscriptions is a win from the get-go. Your customers pay you on a …

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Could we have already imaged a ringed exoplanet?

Enlarge / Artist’s conception of a large ring system surrounding an exoplanet. Many of the exoplanets we’ve discovered look at least vaguely like something we’re familiar with. Exoplanets have been described as super-Earths, mini-Neptunes, hot Jupiters, and so on. But not everything is entirely familiar, and we’ve stumbled across a …

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Does Your Business Really Need an AI Solution?

There is an incredible amount of hype about AI today. Businesses across various industries continue to adopt this technology to receive a competitive advantage over others, reduce operating costs, and improve customer experience. But does your business really need an AI solution? Some businesses have said that Artificial Intelligence is …

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Google’s Objectron uses AI to track 3D objects in 2D video

Coinciding with the kickoff of the 2020 TensorFlow Developer Summit, Google today published a pipeline — Objectron — that spots objects in 2D images and estimates their poses and sizes through an AI model. The company says it has implications for robotics, self-driving vehicles, image retrieval, and augmented reality — …

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What Can Your Company Learn from Fast-Growing Startups?

Startup businesses continue to find creative ways to evolve rapidly and adapt to market changes with limited resources. They spend a great deal of time and effort researching innovative techniques, finding and testing the best management methods, and implementing the right tools for their teams. 32 percent of executives claim …

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E3 2020 has been canceled

Enlarge / Plans for a public E3 2020 event in Los Angeles have been canceled. E3 2020 as we know it is over. Multiple sources familiar with the Entertainment Software Association (ESA)’s plans have confirmed to Ars Technica that the organization, which is responsible for the annual Electronic Entertainment Expo …

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