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AI Leaders Say Business Is Ready

At a Techonomy panel discussion about AI in Davos, Nielsen CEO David Kenny, Salesforce Chief Scientist Richard Socher, and Genpact CEO Tiger Tyagarajan all said AI would dramatically transform business, and were cautiously optimistic about what it means for people.   More

Business

Who Wins in Innovation, the Big or the Small?

During a dinner hosted by Techonomy last month in New York, we asked a few of our guests to talk about the challenges of innovation at large companies. Even the big company people there recognize that smallness has its advantages. Startups are often able to move at a quicker pace, unburdened by the operational complexity that large companies often experience. They are able to “fail fast and be much more agile,” said Jud Linville, who runs Citi's credit card business.   More

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Spoiler Alert: Mobile Moviegoers Are the Biggest Movie Enthusiasts

Today, with the help of their smartphones and tablets, moviegoers can stay on top of the latest movie trends in real time, purchase tickets on the go and even post their own reviews on social networks before the closing credits roll. Overall, mobile-connected moviegoers are bigger movie enthusiasts than the average U.S. moviegoer, according to Nielsen NRG’s 2012 American Moviegoing report. They spend more, consume more content and are more actively engaged in the moviegoing process. Smartphone and tablet owners are heavier moviegoers than average, attending 9 percent and 20 percent more movies overall in the past year, respectively. In terms of size, 69% of moviegoers own a smartphone and 29% own a tablet, with 23% owning both devices.   More

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The Internet’s Fantastic Four: How Google, Amazon, Facebook, and Apple Rule the Web

Google, Facebook, Amazon, and Apple: four Internet companies that are, arguably, the best of the best. They’re global goliaths that leave little room for competitors in a fast-growing online world. At the Techonomy conference outside of Tucson, Ariz., an afternoon panel explored why these companies succeed, how they can keep growing, and whether they are stifling innovation.   More