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Articles for the keywords: Forbes
08 Dec 2016 How HR Can Learn From Past Hiring Mistakes [58836]
Oracle, December 8th, 2016

"We all make educated guesses," writes Joachim Skura in Forbes. "If we make a wrong assumption in our private lives, the consequences are usually harmless. For instance, if I need someone to repaint my house I would assume whichever contractor has been around the longest would do the best job. I'm no expert in the area, but sometimes you just need to make a decision based on a gut feeling or a quick comparison of your options. Worst case, my walls would be missing a coat of paint..."
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06 Dec 2016 Future Of The IT Labor Market: An Optimist's View [58837]
Oracle, December 6th, 2016

"If you're an armchair economist like me," writes Chuck Hollis in Forbes, "you've spent time studying labor markets: how they're structured and how they evolve. When it comes to the IT industry, we have no shortage of analysts prognosticating the future of various technologies and vendors, but there's almost no insight into the future of the people who make the technology work.

It's relevant because change is in the air. In a word: cloud..."
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05 Dec 2016 Telefonica Gains Real-Time Advantage With Big Data Analytics [58838]
Oracle, December 5th, 2016

Kate Pavao writes in Forbes, "The largest telecommunications company in Spain can now make split-second recommendations to television viewers and can create audience segments for new campaigns in real time - a task that previously took 20 days.

New technologies that enable Telefonica Spain to analyze its audience preferences and then act on that intelligence have been key to a radical revamp of the company's marketing activities and resulting customer satisfaction ratings..."
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01 Dec 2016 Behold! The IoT-Enabled Electric Scooter [58642]
By Monica Mehta,, December 1st, 2016

Monica Mehta writes in Forbes, "The small, quiet island of Teshima in Japan's Inland Sea has been admired as a place of beauty, serenity, and a virtually untouched rural landscape. Now, it's also becoming well known for cutting-edge art and technology.

The island has become the proving ground for a new business model for energy distribution as well as remote analytics and telemetry, used to ensure that tourists visiting a popular international art festival don't get stranded on the remote island..."
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30 Nov 2016 Healthcare Industry Must Address Precision Medicine Gaps [58643]
By Jonathan Sheldon, November 30th, 2016

"Precision medicine is starting to move from grand experiment - in which researchers use genomics to identify the molecular basis of diseases - to the clinical front lines, helping physicians tailor their care decisions to individual patients," writes Jonathan Sheldon, in Forbes

"But if precision medicine is ever to realize its promise of saving and improving many more lives, the health industry must identify and correct the fixable gaps between good science and clinical application. And it must recognize those gaps that, for good scientific reason, cannot be fixed..."
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