Have you ever been sitting on the train and suddenly, the world's greatest and most amazing idea ever pops into your head? Maybe you were thinking about what to eat for dinner and then you heard someone
These 10 Quotes by Steve Jobs, Dale Carnegie, Dr. Seuss, and Others Are Sure to Inspire Joy in the Workplace
In our already busy lives, most of us find our days consumed by our work and the office. There is no denying it -- we do have to work in order to provide for our families and ourselves, and to feel the
In a recent podcast at Google's Re:work, Sarah Calderon, a manager at Google who oversees Google's Manager Development curriculum, revealed some nifty secrets about how they train and develop great managers.
ProsperWorks, a service that offers a set of Google-centric CRM tools, today announced that it has raised a $53 million Series C round led by Norwest Venture Partners, with participation from GV (the you
This is a preview of a research report from Business Insider Intelligence, Business Insider's premium research service. To learn more about Business Insider Intelligence, click here. Advancements in artificial
Speculation continues to percolate on the implications of Amazon’s recently completed $13.7-billion purchase of Whole Foods. Did Amazon buy the pioneering organic food and grocery chain to gain instant
Take a deep breath. Robots are NOT going to replace all human accountants or bookkeepers (at least not anytime soon). White-collar workers who are part of the knowledge economy are beginning to experience
DoNotPay can assist with writing letters and filling out forms in all 50 states. Over two years ago, Joshua Browder, now a junior at Stanford University, created a chatbot that could contest parking tickets
Developer Jack Qiao has been working with AI a fair bit lately to aid his design projects. He previously built a tool to help pair fonts, and he’s now launched Brandmark, which uses artificial intelligence
According to Gartner, the chance of a BI initiative not meeting enterprise objectives is a staggering 70 percent. That is because the answers to current business needs can not be answered by BI alone.