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Jessica Chen Jessica Chen
Updated on July 09, 2024

How to Speak So Your Coworkers Actually Listen

By focusing on these four modifiable elements of your voice, you can captivate any audience.

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Margo Steines Margo Steines
Updated on June 18, 2024

9 Largest Media Companies

These media companies are some of the biggest names in news and entertainment.

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Steve Krull Steve Krull
Updated on May 29, 2024

The Cookie Is Crumbling. Is Your Business Ready?

Google is phasing out third-party cookies this year. Here’s what you need to know.

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Mike Hyzy Mike Hyzy
Updated on May 14, 2024

Why We Need AI Governance Now

Only by establishing robust governance mechanisms can we harness AI’s advantages while mitigating its potential liabilities.

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Edward Hearn Edward Hearn
Updated on April 23, 2024

What Is a Creative Commons License?

Creative Commons licenses are a new legal tool aimed at bringing copyright law into the digital age. Here, our expert explains how they work and weighs their pros and cons.

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Nicos Vekiarides Nicos Vekiarides
Updated on April 16, 2024

How Deepfakes Threaten the Integrity of the 2024 Election

Generative AI is making it increasingly difficult to discern real content from fake. As election season approaches, here’s how you can increase your vigilance.

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Cliff Jurkiewicz Cliff Jurkiewicz
Updated on February 28, 2024

3 Tech Predictions You Can Actually Measure

Most predictions don’t pan out because they’re not quantifiable. These three things are.

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Vlad Oleksiienko Vlad Oleksiienko
Updated on January 25, 2024

How to Adapt to Gmail’s New Regulations

In February 2024, Google is rolling out critical updates, potentially reforming existing email strategies.

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