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How Artificial Intelligence will Transform Higher Education

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“We believe AI is a new scientific infrastructure for research and learning that universities will need to embrace and lead, otherwise they will become increasingly irrelevant and eventually redundant.”

Source: World Economic Forum

12 Tips to Transform Your B2B Content Marketing Team

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The notion of engaging a Digital Polymath is compelling. Harnessing the wisdom of a worldly open-minded individual that acknowledges the near-term challenges and opportunities, yet also has the vision to be able to anticipate the broader future – now, that’s interesting.

Source: Digital Polymath

Digital Transformation Skills Shortage Slows Progress

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Having trouble staffing your digital transformation project team? Well, you’re not alone. More organizations report a digital business skills gap within their workforce, but many can’t find a viable solution to the IT talent shortage, according to CompTIA.

Source: Digital Lifescapes

Study: B2B Digital Marketing Talent Shortage in Tech Sector

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“Less than half of marketers are advanced in the core skillsets that are important today, such as content marketing, digital media, and data analysis, so it’s logical many are looking to find new opportunities that can equip them with the skills they need to excel in the future.”

Source: Digital Marketing Magazine

Best Cities in the World for Tech Innovation and Talent

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Austin, Texas ranks as the world’s number one Tech City. IBM, Dell, and AMD all have a long-established presence here, and today low taxes, favorable real estate costs and a strong entrepreneurial culture mean the Texan capital maintains access to some of the world’s top talent.

Source: World Economic Forum

Why the Digital Revolution is Not About Technology

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BCG has studied how successful companies have changed their business and operating models when going digital. All share two distinctive characteristics: products and services that are embedded with digital tech; digital channels to interact with target audiences and clients.

Source: World Economic Forum

More Chinese Companies Now Invest in Digital Growth

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While China has been viewed as a nation that’s focused on economic growth via manufacturing, the forward-looking view is evolving — digital growth is key to their ongoing success. Moreover, China has a limited amount of legacy IT infrastructure, so much of their current capabilities are very modern.

Source: Digital Lifescapes