Links January 2018
Learning new things every day.
Regarding the links, quite interesting subjects to spend some time reading and thinking, and the newness of a new concept I believe I have created myself: branded container (as the opposite of branded content).
Quite good start of the year after all:
within the melange of sketchy uses, it’s troubling to consider that in-browser mining could ultimately become its own form of paid prioritization, where the people who can afford more processing power are preferred by services online
Robots, health and “branded container” (as the opposite of “branded content”)
Closer and closer to living in a science-fiction movie.
Payments date: Ready, set, go!
remember that almost all customer interactions with banks are payments. If banks never see the customer making payments, they lose their most important resource: data.
It looks like the robots that will steal our jobs will not be the ones from the science-fiction movies, after all:
“If AI-guided investing can work for a person, can it also work for a company? Corporations buy and employ human advice from many wise advisors—consultants, lawyers, investment bankers—in the same fashion that investors did in the past. Corporate strategy is complex, and the advice is expensive. However, the approaches advisors take are usually data-driven and guided by previous experiences. This is just the sort of problem that can benefit from machine intelligence.”
There’s a gap today between the brand promise and the experience people have and share. In a connected society, the experiences that people share online become the foundation for the brand.
Will Apple be able to mahe Google Health dream come true?
You’ll be able to list your allergies, medications, immunizations and lab results in the Health app