Many executives believe that all failure is bad (although it usually provides lessons) and that learning from it is pretty straightforward. The author, a professor at Harvard Business School, thinks both beliefs are misguided. In organizational life, she says, some failures are inevitable and some are even good. And successful
A customer base of one-time purchasers is a formula for disaster. Your business can only survive on short-term consumers for so long; in order to prosper, it requires lifetime customers who produce continuous sales. Winning clients’ loyalty, on the other hand, requires perseverance. It’s more than just processing orders, providing
Persuasion is the centerpiece of business activity. Customers must be convinced to buy your company’s products or services, employees and colleagues to go along with a new strategic plan or reorganization, investors to buy (or not to sell) your stock, and partners to sign the next deal. But despite the
While most leaders now know that tech is a vital part of business, many are wondering what they really need to know about technology to succeed in the digital age. Coding bootcamps may appeal to some, but for many leaders, learning to code is simply not the best investment. It
‘Human in the Loop’ Learning (HITL), describes a setup whereby a learning machine or computer system can incorporate selected human inputs or labels into its inferences or learning process, and thereby create a virtuous cycle or ‘loop’ in which the machine constantly learns to improve its capabilities. HITL is becoming
Meta-Learning is simply learning to learn. We humans have the unique ability to learn from any situation or surrounding. We adapt our learning. We can figure out how we can learn. To acquire this kind of flexibility in learning, AI needs Artificial General Intelligence.
There are two herds of people in blockchain. Those who want to get rich off crypto, and those who want to change the world with blockchain. I would like to associate myself with the second group.