Element AI has the pedigree to push the boundaries of what is possible with the technology. In the moderf field of AI, all roads seem to lead to three researchers with ties to Canadian universities. The first, Geoffrey Hinton, a 70-year-old Brit who teaches at the University of Toronto, pioneered the subfield called deep learning
Agile is an awesome approach when done right, but is your team making these common mistakes?
Agile organizations–of any size and across industries–have five key elements in common.
The two most important skills in growth are finding great opportunities and executing with high velocity. In this blog post, we’ll talk about the first one, finding great opportunities. When new growth team members join growth, their initial mindset usually is to take on projects given to them and execute them well. However, to have
You’ll never have “enough” time before launching new features and updates. So, how can you build (polished) products fast?
Biotech Voices is a contributed article from select Endpoints News readers. Commentator Kelvin Stott regularly blogs about the ROI in pharma. You can read more from him here. Like many industries, pharma’s business model fundamentally depends on productive innovation to create value by delivering greater customer benefits. Further, sustainable growth and value creation depend on
Disruption in healthcare is happening now, what can the industry do to keep up? Since 2000 digital disruption has demolished 52% of the Fortune 500, with tech disrupting many industries such as music, publishing and retail. There are many cases already of established players who failed to ignore customer demands and reacted too slowly. Remember
Discover how to evangelize experimentation to scale your organization’s test and learn culture with our four-part strategic communications framework. We also show you real-world tactics applied by Optimization Champions at digitally savvy brands like MailChimp, Wistia, Student Brands, and Hubspot.
Sean Ellis, founder and CEO at GrowthHackers and the first marketer at Dropbox, explains why sustainable, long-term growth comes down to tracking toward the right metrics and experimenting across the full customer journey.
LinkedIn is the most expensive social network around because they know their value. By building at the intersection of consumer and business, they can give the core features away for free but know that customers will pay a premium for the things they value.