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Your next job interview with AI

Going for a job interview is a stressful experience. But for an employer looking to fill a position, sifting through endless piles (or files) of resumes is trying, too. Some large companies are using AI to help simplify and streamline their recruitment and hiring...

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Future trends in the connected home

This article was originally published to the Nokia blog by Laszlo Gyalog on April 26, 2019. Remember those futuristic predictions of domestic life we saw in movies and cartoons from the 1950s and 60s? All flying cars, robot servants and remote-controlled everything....

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Say goodbye to language barriers in business

If you’re a fan of the HBO series Game of Thrones then you’re familiar with the character Missandei, the trusted advisor to Daenerys Targaryen. She could speak 19 languages, making her a valuable employee who could communicate with just about anyone in the fictional...

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IoT for sustainability

For two weeks, Greta Thunberg, a 15-year-old Swedish student, sat outside parliament in central Stockholm to fight climate change. “I painted the sign on a piece of wood and, for the flyers, wrote down some facts I thought everyone should know. And then I took my bike...

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How VR is changing the game beyond consumer value

IDC reports that global shipments of VR headsets reached 1.9 million units during Q3 2018, and its Worldwide Quarterly Augmented and Virtual Reality Headset Tracker reports that two-thirds of all headsets will be shipped into the commercial segment in 2023. Jitesh...

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Robots get an empathy upgrade

The single most frustrating thing we do on a regular basis is call customer service. But what if these automated phone systems were built to detect the tone of the caller, sense their frustration or even get the gist of the color of their language (ie. if they’re...

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