Mike Moore

7,848 Added | 9 Magazines | 13 Following | 5,296 Followers | @mmoore213 | I'm a Keynote Speaker, Leadership, Peak Performance & Sales Performance Coach,    transforming how leaders engage, communicate and coach people to peak performance. I've been speaking, consulting, training and coaching professionally since 1992. I have also been clipping and saving articles to learn and be informed since before the Internet existed. Today my magazines are created and up dated to help myself and my clients keep learning, growing and improving! By sharing these articles and information I am in no way endorsing the authors or the information and ideas in the articles. I often include articles I don't agree with but believe will challenge people to think for themselves!       http://mooreleadership.blogspot.com

Fusion Breakthrough Puts Us One Step Closer to Limitless Clean Energy

Taking It Slow<p>Scientists consider nuclear fusion the “holy grail” of energy production for good reason. Not only could it provide a virtually …

Energy

Apple granted AR patent for interior design and animated movie posters, includes headset use

Apple has today been granted a patent for augmented reality apps for interior design and animated movie posters. The patent award comes the day after we learned more about plans for an AR app in partnership with Swedish furniture company Ikea.<p>Apple recently announced ARKit as part of iOS 11, …

Augmented Reality

Nissan Is Planning a Driverless Ride-Hailing Service

Nissan Motor on Thursday said it plans to launch driverless ride-hailing and ride-sharing services in coming years, as the automaker looks beyond …

Transportation

The New Retailer Imperative: Adapt to Survive

Recently, I met with some very smart people who insist that Amazon and maybe Walmart will be the only major retail players still standing in the next 10 years. They believe that the only companies that worth investing in are Amazon, Apple, Google and Microsoft. Their dominance would overshadow …

Trends

Employees reveal why they're so excited to work for the most beloved CEO in America, who runs an $18 billion company

Benno Dorer, the CEO of The Clorox Company, took the top spot on Glassdoor's recent 2017 Highest-Rated CEOs report.<p>Dorer has been running the $18.02 billion consumer and professional products company since 2014.<p>The report relied solely on the input of employees who elected to participate …

The Workplace

Why Apple’s next big investment should be reshaping capitalism

Late-stage capitalism: such a downer. Consumerism is melting the ice caps, causing social carnage, and burying us under a mountain of sugar. Right?<p>True enough. But what if we could flip this picture on its head? What if we could turn the world’s biggest brands—the brands that consumerism built—into …

Apple

Google's Eric Schmidt: We need critical thinking now more than ever

The Alphabet boss says the world is entering an age of abundance, driven by artificial intelligence and machine learning<p>Eric Schmidt, executive chairman of Alphabet Inc (Google’s parent company), is optimistic about the future. “We’re entering what I call the age of abundance,” he says. “And during …

Eric Schmidt

Can resume-reading software help companies make better hires?

While some fear artificial intelligence may take jobs from humans, technology company SAP sees it as a way to potentially make better hires and increase diversity.<p>The German technology company, which employs more than 1,500 people in the Chicago area, is introducing a tool that will allow …

Machine Learning

Who Needs A Hospital, When This Self-Driving Doctor Comes To You?

A new concept called Aim brings the doctor to you, in a self-driving car.<p>Even those of us fortunate enough to have good health insurance will often put off seeing a doctor when we probably should. Often it’s simply a matter of logistics. We feel like we can’t take the time off work, or arrange …

Health Care

A Nike-Amazon deal has sporting goods chains running scared

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A Dutch Robot Hot Spot

With the help of Germany and a Canadian venture capitalist, scientists at the Dutch Technical University in Delft are developing a new generation of …

Robots

Google gets closer to building its own city in San Jose

Google has been making major development moves in downtown San Jose and yesterday the City Council agreed to negotiate a sale of 16 parcels of land owned by the city. The deal has been strongly supported by San Jose's mayor and vice mayor but the city's residents have been a bit more hesitant.<p>The …

Silicon Valley

What Will The Rise of Conscious Machines Mean for Human Beings?

Zombies and aliens may not be a realistic threat to our species. But there’s one stock movie villain we can’t be so sanguine about: sentient robots. …

The Future

KNBR Conversation: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar on UCLA’s John Wooden

<i>An edited transcript of an interview with Basketball Hall of Famer and NBA all-time leading scorer Kareem Abdul-Jabbar:</i><p><b>Q: (Your book “Coach Wooden and Me: Our 50-Year Friendship On and Off the Court”) opens with an anecdote of you in the White House getting the Presidential Medal of Freedom from</b> …

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

PODCAST: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar On Life's Lessons Learned Playing For John Wooden

Listen to the full episode:<p>The late John Wooden would have been arguably the greatest college basketball coach of all-time even if Kareem Abdul-Jabbar never went to UCLA. And Jabbar may have still gone on to beome the NBA’s all-time leading scorer.<p>But the fact that Wooden and Jabbar did team up …

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

Stop the Meeting Madness

Poking fun at meetings is the stuff of Dilbert cartoons—we can all joke about how soul-sucking and painful they are. But that pain has real consequences for teams and organizations. In our interviews with hundreds of executives, in fields ranging from high tech and retail to pharmaceuticals and …

Management

Your New Hires Won’t Succeed Unless You Onboard Them Properly

It used to be that onboarding was a process of just a few days, but new research shows that spending as much as a year helping new employees get up to speed in the workplace is necessary to capitalize on the skills, knowledge, and excitement they bring to the organization. What’s more, companies …

Employment

How to Predict Turnover on Your Sales Team

Companies worry about employee attrition in every department, but it’s especially costly in one function: sales. Estimates of annual turnover among U.S. salespeople run as high as 27%—twice the rate in the overall labor force. In many industries, the average tenure is less than two years. While …

Harvard Business Review

Amazon strikes again: Nordstrom, JC Penney shares tank on 'Prime Wardrobe' rollout

Apparel stocks dive as the Amazon juggernaut rolls on.<p>First, it was Amazon buying Whole Foods and threatening to disrupt the grocery business.<p>Never …

Amazon

How Apple leapt ahead of Google, Facebook and Microsoft on AR

Apple is fashionably late to the party, but it's arguably jumped to first place in the augmented reality race.<p>We knew Apple CEO Tim Cook was keenly interested in virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR). But earlier this month, Apple finally -- and openly -- revealed its plans to the …

Augmented Reality

Five Life Lessons People Often Learn Too Late

"<p><i>What are the lessons people most often learn too late in life? originally appeared on Quora - the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world.</i><p><b>Answer by Alyssa Satara, Co-founder at Refugee Code Academy:</b><p><b>1) Perception is reality</b><p>It's true. …

Happiness

Color Cheat Sheet: The 15 Most Perfect Gray Paint Colors

Picking paint is no easy feat. First, you have to decide what color family you want to grace your walls. "A dark blue? Maybe a bright green? Oh wait, …

Home Decorating

Michelin unveils airless 3D-printed tires that last virtually forever

Fear not the flat tire, road trippers! The future of tire technology is rolling into reality, thanks to Michelin’s Vision tire. The 3D-printed tire …

Michelin

Inventor: Next big thing engineered organs, not AI

Dean Kamen, the inventor of the Segway, an advanced prosthetic arm for Darpa, and numerous medical devices freeing up the lives of diabetics, says …

Artificial Intelligence

What Do Millennials Want From Their Employers, Exactly? This Study Sums It Up in 1 Sentence

For companies looking to attract and retain millennial talent, take this cue from 8,000 millennials questioned across 30 countries about what truly matters in the workplace.<p>One of my go-to resources for discovering the latest insights on millennials is Deloitte's reputable Millennial Survey. This …

Millennials

Millennials: Studies Say Your Work Future Is Not Looking Too Bright

Gallup says nearly 4 in 10 millennials are at high risk of having their job replaced by automation.<p>Millennials now make up the largest generation in the U.S. workforce, outnumbering employees from the Generation X and baby boomer generations. And with the Artificial Intelligence (AI) revolution …

Intelligence

AI Advances Mean Your Next Doctor Could Very Well Be a Bot

Your next doctor could very well be a bot. And bots, or automated programs, are likely to play a key role in finding cures for some of the most …

This electric multicopter will take to the skies in Dubai later this year

Volocopter is coming to the Persian Gulf<p>Volocopter, a German aviation startup formerly known as E-volo, just announced that it inked a deal with Dubai’s Road and Transport Authority to begin testing its 18-rotor multicopters as part of a flying taxi service later this year. The news further cements …

Drones

In China, a robot has started delivering packages to people

Jingdong, or JD.com, China’s second-biggest e-commerce company after Alibaba, sent robots to deliver items for the first time yesterday (June 18), on the last day of a two-week-long shopping bonanza that recorded sales of around $17.6 billion, according to a spokesman with the company.<p>Designed by …

Robots

Amazon is reportedly planning to cut jobs at Whole Foods

Amazon is planning to cut jobs at Whole Foods when it takes over the company, according to a Bloomberg report published Sunday that cited a source with knowledge of the matter.<p>The Seattle-headquartered e-commerce giant is considering replacing Whole Foods cashiers with technology, according to the …

Whole Foods