Posts Tagged:#wakeupimagine

Apple says … pay later.

Apple is working on a new service (backed by Goldman) that will let consumers pay for any Apple Pay purchase in installments over time, rivaling the “buy now, pay later” offerings popularized by services from Affirm (whose stock dropped 10% on the news)and PayPal. Look out … here comes Apple. #wakeupimagine https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-07-13/apple-goldman-plan-buy-now-pay-later-service-to-rival-paypal

For the music industry, cryptocurrency will be as disruptive as MTV.

For the music industry, cryptocurrency will be as disruptive as MTV. Great read from Fast Company – a former MTV exec reflects on how crypto is shaking up the music industry in ways reminiscent of a certain game-changing video network born in 1981. #wakeupimagine #crypto #musicindustry #music https://www.fastcompany.com/90651595/for-the-music-industry-cryptocurrency-will-be-as-disruptive-as-mtv

Jet Suit. Yes, jet suit. You got that – right?!

And… no this is not CGI, this is the real deal from Gravity Industries. If you haven’t watched this video or watched any of their other videos then be ready for your jaw to drop. Super cool. #wakeupimagine#takeongravity#innovation To see more check out their website: https://gravity.co/

Customer Lifetime Value. Is your customer the right customer?

A recent study from the CMO Council and Deloitte found that only 17% of CMOs track Customer Lifetime Value (CLV) well. Yes, as we all know acquisitions seem to always be the holy grail of organizations, but as #data shows retention and development are the things that pay off in abundance. Plus, decisions about customer acquisition, retention, and development shouldn’t be driven by…

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Drone Hoverboard. Yes, you read that correctly.

You’re looking at the world’s first flying drone-like hoverboard. After years of research and design, tech inventor Hunter Kowald unveils a fully functional hoverboard — and this one actually flies (many prototypes failed over the past years – ouch). It is made of floor-mounted propellers and a carbon-fiber structure controlled by remote control. It has a payload capacity of…

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Futuristic robotic mining and construction.

This futuristic concept by Doosan hints at the evolution of the #construction industry. This #autonomous new system combines technologies to build constructions and do mining in regions that are inaccessible or dangerous, preventing worker’s injuries. #futureofwork With the vast mining for Lithium et al we’re going to be doing for the next generation of #ElectricVehicles … this may actually be the future. #wakeupimagine#innovation#ai#robotics This inspiring…

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Farmbot. Green thumb included.

Ok this is so what I need, as my green thumb is NOT so green! – this open-source farming machine can feed daily one person throughout the year. Wow. It provides exactly the amount of water and light necessary to each and every plant. It also removes weeds thanks to its #computervision system. Yes, please. #wakeupimagine#intelligentautomation#sustainability#innovation H/T Pascal BORNET Read…

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Back to Normal.

Ah yes, we humans are creatures of habit and we want what we want. How many times have you heard in your life… “I want it to be like it was!” But the world moves, the world changes, and life does not stand still. As Scott Galloway described #covidー19 as “an accelerant” not a “change agent.” He futher iterated,…

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Amazing Autonomous (Mini) Automobiles.

Amazing #innovation – The University of Cambridge has created a fleet of autonomous mini-cars able to interact with each other for a common goal: optimized traffic flow and passenger safety. The video shows that, in “cooperative” mode, vehicles approaching the obstacle (car 16) will reduce their speed, avoiding other vehicles to be blocked by the obstacle and create queues.…

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3D Printed Medical Sensors.

Check out this incredible breakthrough – the ability to directly #3Dprint medical sensors on living human organs! This will bring patient monitoring and wound treatment to a whole new level. For the first time, researchers at the University of Minnesota have developed a 3D printing system that adapts to the various deformations of the biological surface in real time.…

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