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Sure, a robot could do your job -- but what would be lost?

“Would you like fries with that?” will be asked by McRobots everywhere. This automation has been coming for years – robotics began replacing factory workers in automobile plants decades ago – but lately has been accelerating.

What tech startups need to know today to succeed tomorrow

Start-up entrepreneurs must have the foresight to make the right legal and tax decisions associated with their venture. Here are five crucial legal and tax issues all start-ups should consider.

The three words that can cost your business six figures a year

When employees or customers are forced to wait for an application to load, productivity decreases, stress increases and reputation (and bottom line) of the company can be put in jeopardy.

Are robots going to steal your job?

Almost two-thirds of Americans think that in 50 years, robots and computers will have taken over most work, yet few believe their own jobs are at risk.

New dimensions in vacations: Rethinking the cruise

My wife Deb and I recently got back from a 10-day Princess Cruise through the Panama Canal, a fabulous experience, but one that could have been greatly enhanced with better technology on the part of the cruise line.

Here are the top three ways to foil cybercrime

Before the term cybercrime entered the vernacular, computer viruses, malware, information breaches and the like were nothing more than mischief, the domain of amateurs. Those days are long gone.

Here are 128 things that will disappear in the driverless car era

Over the coming decades, a number of auto industry-wide “epiphany moments” will cause business leaders to rethink the true scope of the impact of driverless cars.

How the era of the driverless car will impact your life

Imagine stepping out of your house 15 years from now and using your smartphone to summon a driverless vehicle. In less than three minutes, a driverless vehicle arrives and whisks you off to work, school, shopping or wherever you want to go.

When worlds collide: Beware the robotic worker

The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health is concerned about the increasing complexity of robots and has proposed a number of recommendations for protecting workers interacting with robotic workers.

Virtual reality: The future of the NFL and all the sports you love

VR has the potential to make or break sports in the future. Both engagement and entertainment levels will change, as will the audience experience. It will also dispel some of the mystery behind the magic.

Here are the top 7 ways to compete in today's digital landscape

There are really two schools of thought on how we can compete. One option is to be guarded and minimize risk. Another is to be open and take chances. Here's my advice.

How big data can reap big rewards

Big data can reap big rewards if you use the proper analytics process. While your internal data is invaluable, using detailed rather than summarized third-party data can often expedite your path to profitable outcomes.
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