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Science Fiction Moments in Life and Technology

By Dr. Jim Walsh

AI and MLDigital TransformationAutomotive
We as humans have a tendency to adjust rapidly to our environment and to begin to consider it “normal” in a very short time. This has probably been key to the survival of our species: we can’t afford, biologically, to be constantly triggered by recurring events. Instead, we set a new baseline and then are “aroused” only by changes to that baseline.
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Innovators and Laggards: The Technology Landscape of 2019

By Dr. Jim Walsh

Digital TransformationPerspectiveAutomotiveCommunicationsConsumer and RetailFinancial ServicesHealthcareManufacturing and IndustrialMediaTechnology
In the 1960s, sociologist Everett Rogers produced a roadmap showing how innovations are adopted and, eventually, become obsolete. Later, author Geoffrey Moore wrote a book called “Crossing the Chasm” that detailed how companies and technologies succeed or fail to progress from “early adopter” to “early majority” status. Moore’s work further popularized Roger’s categories, and words like “innovator” and “early adopter” have become a firm fixture of the Silicon Valley and world-wide technology vocabulary.
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7 RETAIL TRENDS POWERED BY MOBILE

By Krishna Singh

MobilityConsumer and RetailMedia
The role of mobile in retail has gotten bigger and wider in the last few years. Mobile is not just a platform for consumers to browse and purchase products, but has grown to provide an immersive experience using Augmented Reality (AR). Mobile empowers
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INTERNABLES: HAPPILY EVER AFTER

By Karolina Busz

IoTHealthcare
It’s 2077. A 95-year-old man, Martin, begins his day with a wholesome breakfast followed by a healthy walk prescribed by his caregiver. He is feeling fine. He has long been looked after by specialists who monitor his health and know everything about his illnesses and ailments. He still has dozens of years ahead of him before he turns 122, the current average life expectancy of humans living on Earth.
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What Makes A Software Architect?

By Dr. Jim Walsh

ArchitecturePerspectiveAutomotiveCommunicationsConsumer and RetailFinancial ServicesHealthcareManufacturing and IndustrialMediaTechnology
Mobile apps often have many screens and features, so how do you know where to look when there’s a performance issue? Learn the fastest, most efficient way to profile your mobile app.
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Identifying Parameters for Mobile Application Profiling

By Abhishek Gedam

MobilityTesting and QA
Mobile apps often have many screens and features, so how do you know where to look when there’s a performance issue? Learn the fastest, most efficient way to profile your mobile app.
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Aphorisms for Software Management

By Dr. Jim Walsh

ArchitecturePerspective
What does Yogi Berra have to do with software? GlobalLogic's CTO, Dr. Jim Walsh, explains the connection between aphorisms and software management.
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