Technology: Learning How Blind People Explore The World

Technology: Learning How Blind People Explore the World

Technology has removed many barriers to education and employment for visually impaired individuals. Students with visual impairments can complete homework, do research, take tests, and read books thanks to advances in technology. Inventor and IBM Fellow Chieko Asakawa, who's been blind since the age of fourteen, is working on answering these questions in this innovative TED Talk.
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Building A Business: Finding Humanity In The Age Of Machines

Building a Business: Finding Humanity in the Age of Machines

Robotic process automation or intelligent automation (the combination of artificial intelligence and automation) is starting to change the way business is done in nearly every sector of the economy. Intelligent automation systems detect and produce vast amounts of information and can automate entire processes or workflows, learning and adapting as they go.
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Lean Six Sigma: It Will Never Fly!

Lean Six Sigma: It Will Never Fly!

The idea of implementing Lean Six Sigma practices in an organization can quickly meet with head-on stubborn resistance. No matter how much data and case studies you present or reference, the doubters will come off the bench to play. For all of those dreamers out there who can envision strong Lean Six Sigma practices in their organization, here are a few shots that the doubters are going to send.
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