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Boris Johnson will make history if he can save the UK from division and achieve these 5 goals

  • Prime Minister Johnson – who famously craves both public attention and a place in history – won the former and a shot at the latter through a British election victory this week that was the most convincing conservative victory since Margaret Thatcher in 1987.
  • I opposed Brexit on economic and political grounds yet, at the same time, Johnson might have the political flexibility, the intellectual chops and the Churchillian ambition to confound his critics along the five lines of action he must simultaneously pursue to find his historic place.
  • The Brexit referendum and— three years later— his election vote are part psychological and part political drama for Boris Johnson, the stuff of a West End musical.
  • If Johnson defines his country as too close to the European Union, irrespective of economic logic, his base may well ask what the past three years' drama has achieved other than serving Johnson's own political ambitions.

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Fox News' Jesse Watters said female journalists trade sex for scoops - Business Insider

  • Fox News' Jesse Watters elicited backlash after claiming that it's common for female journalists to trade sex for a scoop.
  • He made the comments on Wednesday's episode of the daily talk show "The Five" in response to the controversy surrounding the upcoming movie "Richard Jewell," which depicts a female journalist sleeping with a source to get information for a story, Jeremy Barr reported for The Hollywood Reporter.
  • Female journalists sleep with sources "all the time," Watters said, citing the romantic relationship New York Times' reporter Ali Watkins had with a top government staffer while reporting on national security.
  • "This is a really disgusting, baseless charge, and one Fox should denounce for the sake of its own female reporters," tweeted conservative CNN anchor S.E. Cupp.

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Fox News' Jesse Watters said female journalists trade sex for scoops - Business Insider

  • Fox News' Jesse Watters elicited backlash after claiming that it's common for female journalists to trade sex for a scoop.
  • He made the comments on Wednesday's episode of the daily talk show "The Five" in response to the controversy surrounding the upcoming movie "Richard Jewell," which depicts a female journalist sleeping with a source to get information for a story, Jeremy Barr reported for The Hollywood Reporter.
  • Female journalists sleep with sources "all the time," Watters said, citing the romantic relationship New York Times' reporter Ali Watkins had with a top government staffer while reporting on national security.
  • "This is a really disgusting, baseless charge, and one Fox should denounce for the sake of its own female reporters," tweeted conservative CNN anchor S.E. Cupp.

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Four compulsive advantages of Industry 4.0

  • Such waves created by technology are never-ending and right now, we are at the next transitional phase, which has been brewing for quite some time and is all set to lead to a new high in the industries.
  • While some claim that Industry 4.0 is a mere marketing gimmick, one cannot help but notice the huge impact it is already creating in various forms like AI, Internet of Things, Cloud technology, big data and analytics, cybersecurity, augmented reality, etc.
  • Elevating the business model with aspects like digital transformation, automation, large data collection, and many more specific ones naturally have several advantages.
  • With all businesses, big and small, working on similar developments and having similar investments, large corporations also collaborate more with smaller firms to help them move faster in the direction of industry 4.0, thus making the competition almost equal or keeping them on a level playing field with corporate giants.

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Al Jazeera is feuding with Facebook over a plan to label some outlets 'state controlled' - Business Insider

  • According to the language used in the announcement, Facebook's initiative defines these organizations as those which are "wholly or partially under the editorial control of their government." Al Jazeera Media Network — along with other news organizations like Russia Today — is facing the possibility of this label.
  • The social network says media companies that fall into this category need to be held to a higher standard of transparency as "they combine the opinion-making influence of a media organization with the strategic backing of a state." But the companies feel they've received no transparency from Facebook as it builds out this list of state-controlled media organizations.
  • A late-November letter from AJMN to Facebook outlines how detrimental the network feels this label would be to its reputation as a news source.

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Al Jazeera is feuding with Facebook over a plan to label some outlets 'state controlled' - Business Insider

  • According to the language used in the announcement, Facebook's initiative defines these organizations as those which are "wholly or partially under the editorial control of their government." Al Jazeera Media Network — along with other news organizations like Russia Today — is facing the possibility of this label.
  • The social network says media companies that fall into this category need to be held to a higher standard of transparency as "they combine the opinion-making influence of a media organization with the strategic backing of a state." But the companies feel they've received no transparency from Facebook as it builds out this list of state-controlled media organizations.
  • A late-November letter from AJMN to Facebook outlines how detrimental the network feels this label would be to its reputation as a news source.

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How to effectively employ an AI strategy in your business

  • This means that even though companies need experts to create models and algorithms, but they also need people with different technical abilities who can discover useful insights from data before passing it on to the experts.
  • To be able to come up with relevant questions, companies need to have people who are creative with an analytical mindset and have solutions backed by data and not gut feeling.
  • Another important reason for connecting to the community is that most of the data scientists and researchers today want to collaborate with others.
  • The technologies in AI space are advancing at a rapid pace, and by connecting, people want to ask all the right questions, share with others, participate with them, and learn from everyone.
  • A lot of existing pioneers in machine learning and AI are regularly open-sourcing their technologies, which could act as a good starting point for others.

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AI, Machine Learning, and the Future of Marketing

  • Artificial intelligence can help with that in its ability to collate data and decide which content is the most applicable for an individual based around things like historical data, location, and past behavior.
  • Voice search technology is also a great AI tool that can help digital marketers get faster results.
  • AI can help to personalize a customer experience based on their past behavior.
  • This means that businesses will be able to provide the best experience possible for their customers and identify the right tools to increase success in their industry.
  • As you read this, AI software is being created that will allow P.R. and marketing agencies to ‘meet’ with potential clients, ‘sense’ their needs, explore their narratives and culture and identify key target audiences.
  • Success lies in using AI to both researchers, and deliver personal experiences that regularly communicate, engage, and delight customers across multiple channels, formats, and device types.

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40 Big Tech Predictions for 2019

  • Digital transformation has arrived.
  • Not a single industry is safe from the unstoppable wave of digitization that is sweeping through finance, retail, transportation, and more.
  • And in 2019, there will be even more transformative developments that will change our businesses, careers, and lives.
  • Business Insider Intelligence, Business Insider's premium research service, has put together a list of 40 Big Tech Predictions for 2019 across Apps and Platforms, Digital Media, Payments, The Internet of Things, E-Commerce, Fintech, Transportation & Logistics, and Digital Health.
  • This exclusive report can be yours for FREE today.

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Buttigieg releases list of 113 campaign fundraisers after criticism from Warren

  • Democratic presidential contender Pete Buttigieg released the names of his campaign's biggest financial supporters following a barrage of criticism from Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Democratic activists over the secrecy of his fundraisers.
  • Buttigieg, the mayor of South Bend, Ind., listed 113 bundlers who have raised at least $25,000 for his campaign.
  • The list includes Hamilton James, executive vice chairman of private equity firm Blackstone; Orin Kramer, a hedge fund manager and big Democratic fundraiser; and New York Socialite and philanthropist Agnes Gund.
  • The publication of Buttigieg's bundler list comes after Warren accused him of not being transparent about his employment history and fundraising.
  • Buttigieg's move to open up his fundraisers to the press and disclose the name of his bundlers also comes amid a series of disclosures that included the release of his client list from when he worked as a consultant at McKinsey & Co. nearly a decade ago.

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