Year after year, businesses are tasked with solving an age-old problem: how do we enhance the customer experience? Companies lose billions of dollars each year due to poor customer service – in fact, 53% of U.S. adults are likely to abandon their online purchase if they cannot find quick answers to their questions. And yet, businesses continue to offer disconnected and inconsistent ways for their customers to get help.
While in the last year we’ve seen people start to question how much technology is good for us, these questions are being asked less in businesses trying to maximize their productivity yields. Because while screen-limiting measures and audio health warnings have been introduced to consumers, it is a little harder to tell your boss you won’t read Slack messages until the next day or would prefer not to have a work phone.
In April 2019, the Google Hardware Design Studio built a 6000 square foot installation in Milan for Salone del Mobile based on the concepts of neuroaesthetics. The exhibit was created in partnership with Reddymade Architecture, the International Arts + Mind Lab at Johns Hopkins University, and Muuto Furniture Design.
Aside from creating the world’s best long-distance communication tool, we have another main focus here at temi HQ: building a responsible narrative for what it means to be a personal robot in the world today and tomorrow. What does that mean? How are we going about this momentous task?
Learn how 5G technology can change the future of education, opening doors to augmented and virtual reality. Dr. Allen Pratt, executive director of the National Rural Education Association, explains how 5G can create new ways of learning.
In the land of the midnight sun, the AI lights beamed brightly Tuesday night in Gothenburg.
Some 300 startup founders, researchers and tech execs crammed into a 19th century red-brick hall in a hipster corner of Sweden’s second-largest city to mark the approach of Midsummer’s Eve, the longest day of the year.