Last year, we predicted that the number of AI acquisitions would increase significantly in 2019. And it did! So we decided to take it a step further this year and give you our 2020 tech predictions. These are the trends that we believe will be most prominent in 2020, based on what we’reRead More
Bricks and mortar retail stores are king when it comes to the cross-sell. A store could show off the summer display of tents and camp chairs at the end of the aisle, hang the large yellow “2 for 1” sign above the stack of stainless steel coffee mugs and instruct the salesperson to tout the comfy camping mattresses around the corner.
When it comes to online stores, that kind of cross sell bundling is pretty dismal. This fact didn’t go unnoticed by technologists and serial entrepreneurs Sri Sharma and Satish Jayakumar.
By Jon Nordmark, CEO/cofounder of Iterate.ai It’s no secret that small startups hold an important key to innovation for large retailers. But in 2019, collaborating with startups must become a priority for those companies that want to stay ahead of the curve and innovate in the age of artificial intelligence.Read More
Artificial intelligence isn’t simply another technology trend. It represents the next generation of computing, and we’re experiencing a major AI renaissance. Going forward, every aspect of our lives will be influenced by it. As Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos says, “we’re living in the golden age of AI.”Read More
By Jon Nordmark, CEO, co-founder @ Iterate.ai & eBags.com; Linkedin Top Voice 2017 Last week, a recent college grad asked me: “How can a non-technical founder be CEO of a tech company?” I decided to explore the topic, and the results are surprising. Obviously, phenomenal Silicon Valley-based startups have been foundedRead More
It’s almost been six months since Google’s CEO Sundar Pitchai made the statement on positioning Google as an AI first company. Since then a few of the senior executives I know have asked me how to go about doing this with their own organizations. In this article, I am sharing some thoughtsRead More