COSMIC ‘AIRBURST’ LEVELED A BIBLICAL CITY IN THE JORDAN VALLEY

COSMIC ‘AIRBURST’ LEVELED A BIBLICAL CITY IN THE JORDAN VALLEY

During the Middle Bronze Age (about 3,600 years ago or 1650 BC), the Dahl el-Hammam rose. Located in the highlands of the South Jordan Valley to the northeast of the Dead Sea, the settlement became the largest continuously occupied Bronze Age city in the southern Levant, sustaining an early civilization for several thousand years. At … Read more

METHOD USES SOUND TO MAKE OBJECTS ‘DISAPPEAR

METHOD USES SOUND TO MAKE OBJECTS ‘DISAPPEAR

When we listen to music, we not only like to hear the notes made by the instruments but also its echoes around us. Sound waves penetrate the walls and objects around us, creating a specific sound effect – a specific sound field. This explains why the music is so different in an old church or … Read more

Beyond The ‘Robot Butler,’ AI And Customer Experience Have More In Common Than You May Think

AI And Customer Experience

I recently hosted a “Driving value through customer” panel with Meenakshi Nagarajan, SVP for Recurring Revenue and Loyalty at Panera Bread, and Kapil Gupta, Head of Data Science, Trust at Airbnb. Our discussion provided valuable ideas for designing a rich customer experience. I also learned a few lessons on how Airbnb and Panera affect the … Read more

Can AI Be An Inventor?

AI Be An Inventor

Over the past few months a number of patent applications have been filed in various countries counting AI as a developer. This has led, in the end, to the availability of legal resources for four countries to process this question – two (the United States and the UK) measuring this concept and two (Australia and … Read more